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  • What Do Good Readers Do? By Ms. Shaw Brandenburg Intermediate
  • Objectives
    • Students will become familiar with the characteristics exhibited by good readers.
  • Reading Survey
  • # 1. GOOD READERS
    • Set a purpose for reading.
  • Good readers set a purpose for reading.
    • Why are you reading this text?
    • Are you reading for
        • enjoyment
        • to retell
        • to answer questions
        • to gain information
  • Once you have a purpose you can decide on a method of reading to use.
    • carefully reading and rereading: reading to confirm meanings and understandings and to clarify details
    • skimming: reading to gain an overall understanding of the content of the text
    • scanning: reading to locate specific information
  • GOOD READERS
    • Set a _______ for reading.
    purpose
  • #2. GOOD READERS...
    • Use prior knowledge to make connections.
  • There are 3 Types of Connecitons
    • Text to Self
    • Text to Text
    • Text to the World
  • Prior Knowledge
    • Text to Self Connections (TS) – “This story reminds me of me, my family, my friends, the time.”
  • Prior Knowledge
    • Text to Text Connections (TT) – “This story reminds me of the book, the story, the TV show.”
  • Prior Knowledge
    • Text to the World Connections (TW) – “This story reminds me an event that is going on in the world now or has happened in the past.
  • GOOD READERS...
    • Use _______
    • _________ to make connections.
    prior knowledge
  • #3. GOOD READERS...
    • Ask questions as they read.
  • GOOD READERS...
    • Ask _________ before, during, & after they read.
    questions
  • Good readers ask questions.
    • These questions could be wondering questions or clarifying questions , used to clear up something that doesn’t make sense.
        • I wonder why…?
        • What if….?
        • Why did…?
    • Questioning helps a reader focus
    • in on what's important in the text.
  • #4. GOOD READERS...
    • Focus on the most important ideas.
  • GOOD READERS...
    • Focus on the most _________ ideas.
    important
  • #5. GOOD READERS...
    • Visualize and make auditory and other sensory connections.
  • As you read, you should be painting mental pictures in your head.
  • GOOD READERS...
    • ________ and make auditory and other ________ connections.
    Visualize sensory
  • #6. GOOD READERS...
    • Make inferences, including predictions and conclusions.
  • Who is speaking?
    • "Give me all your treasure, or I'll make you walk the plank! You can't fool me. Even without your crown, I know that you are the king's son. Shiver me timbers, we'll hold you for ransom!"
  • Who has been captured?
    • "Give me all your treasure, or I'll make you walk the plank! You can't fool me. Even without your crown, I know that you are the king's son. Shiver me timbers, we'll hold you for ransom!"
  • GOOD READERS...
    • Make _________, including predictions and conclusions.
    inferences
  • #7. GOOD READERS...
    • Use strategies to “fix” it when they don't comprehend at first.
  • FIX-UP Strategies
      • Skip ahead.
      • Reread.
      • Use the context clues.
      • Use the syntax (i.e. sentence structure).
      • Sound it out.
  • GOOD READERS...
    • Use strategies to ______ _____ when they don't comprehend at first.
    “ fix” it
  • #8. GOOD READERS...
    • Know when they have “Zoned Out” during a text reading.
  • GOOD READERS...
    • Know when they have “________ ______” during a text reading.
    zoned out
  • #9. GOOD READERS…
    • Study vocabulary and define unfamiliar words they encounter.
  • GOOD READERS…
    • Study _________ and define _________ words they encounter.
    vocabulary unfamiliar
  • # 10. GOOD READERS...
    • Retell and/or summarize what they've read.
  • GOOD READERS...
    • _______ and/or _________ what they've read.
    Retell summarize
    • Throughout the year, your teacher will focus on each skill more thoroughly.
    • Each of you will get to practice these skills so that they become a natural part of what you do when reading.
  • Now you know....
    • What GOOD READERS do!
    • Good Readers Do That
    • [Chorus: 2 x]
    • Un-huh un-huh un-huh Good readers do that Un-huh un-huh un-huh Good readers do that [Verse ] I came to tell you What good readers do Give you the 411 Then it’s all up to you
    • Just ask my last class
    • They can prove to you
    • Good readers have skills You can develop too Before you ever open, up another text. Set a purpose; Use your knowledge,
    • so that you connect, Ask lots of questions; pick out the main idea, I’m almost finished, and then I’ll get out of here
    • Use your senses to bring the text alive
    • Paint a picture in your mind
    • I’m talking visualize
    • Good readers fix those problems
    • That they see
    • And when they zone out
    • They know they must reread
    • Good readers look up
    • unfamiliar words
    • Build strong vocabularies
    • of things you’ve never heard
    • Good readers retell
    • know how to summarize
    • It’s automatic, never static
    • It’s part of their lives
    • Now I know you want to be a
    • good reader like me
    • Now I know you want to be a
    • good reader like me
    • [Chorus: 2 x] Un-huh un-huh un-huh Good readers do that Un-huh un-huh un-huh Good readers do that