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Guess The Covered Word And Anticipation Guide

Guess The Covered Word And Anticipation Guide






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    Guess The Covered Word And Anticipation Guide Guess The Covered Word And Anticipation Guide Presentation Transcript

    • • R1C: Develop and apply decoding strategies to ‘problem-solve’ unknown words when reading. • R1E: Develop vocabulary through context clues and synonyms. • R1F: Apply pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension … access prior knowledge, predict …
    • Notice that each word is covered with TWO colors. The onset is first (all the letters before the first vowel). Suddenly the loud screech of a hawk echoed through the darkness and all the members of the Adventure Club found themselves huddling together in the shadows of the pine trees. Katie shot her water gun in the direction of the hawk and everyone listened as strange and unfamiliar noises of the night filled the woods. Text: George Washington’s Socks by Elvira Woodruff
    • Suddenly the loud screech of a hawk echoed through the darkness • First, read the entire paragraph and say blank for the covered words. Then, go back and read the first sentence (in this case, the first part of the first sentence). What word would make sense?
    • Suddenly the loud screech Collect guesses from students and record them on the board. • shriek Next, uncover the onset (all the letters before the first vowel). • scream Then, reread your list and cross out the word shriek because it • screech won’t work. (shr vs. scr) Suddenly the loud screech After uncovering the onset, collect more words. This is a good time to teach synonyms. Continue playing Guess the Covered Word. NEVER cover a word beginning with a vowel.
    • • R1F: Apply pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension. – Access prior knowledge – Preview – Predict – Set a purpose for reading • R1G: During reading, utilize strategies to self-question and correct. • R1H: Apply post-reading skills to comprehend text. – Question to clarify – Reflect – Analyze • R2C/R3C: Use details to make predictions, draw conclusions …
    • Do you have this book? If You Hopped Like a Frog By: David Schwartz
    • As you read, you’ll discover that if you ate like a shrew, you could devour over 700 hamburgers in a day. To figure out the answer, you will have to do some math.
    • A shrew? What’s a shrew?? Shrews are among the smallest of mammals but they can eat up to THREE times their weight daily. If you ate three times YOUR weight, how many hamburgers could you eat? What’s the answer now???
    • • Consider having students PREDICT the sequence of events before reading in the before column. • Then, as they read, they can record the actual sequence of events. – R3C: Use details from the text to organize a sequence of events.