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    Questioning Questioning Presentation Transcript

    • Questioning: A Comprehension Strategy Created by Mrs. Christine Cowan
    • Questioning: What is it?
      • Questioning is asking questions of the author, self, and text.
      • Questioning is when questions are asked as you read a text.
      • Questioning can be done by anyone while reading.
      • Questioning helps us to become better readers by making you THINK!
      • In other words, questioning is when you ask yourself (or someone asks you) about the story you are reading.
    • Questioning: What are we doing when we question?
      • We are asking all sorts of questions about what we are reading.
      • We are using questions to make connections: text to text, text to self, and text to world.
      • We are using questions to make predictions.
      • We are using questions to make sure we understand what we have read.
    • Questioning: When should it happen?
      • Questioning should happen BEFORE you read.
      • Questioning should happen DURING your read.
      • Questioning should happen AFTER you read.
      • Questioning should happen BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER reading.
    • Questioning: Why BEFORE reading?
      • Questioning occurs BEFORE reading to help you activate prior knowledge. (activate your schema)
      • Questioning occurs BEFORE reading to help you connect to the text. (attach to your schema)
      • Questioning BEFORE reading helps you to read for a purpose.
      • Questioning BEFORE reading helps you to make predictions.
    • Questioning: Why DURING reading?
      • Questioning DURING reading helps you to review what has happened so far in the text.
      • Questioning DURING reading helps you to confirm AND create new predictions.
      • Questioning DURING reading helps you to understand what you have read.
      • Questioning DURING reading helps you to make CONNECTIONS.
      • Questioning DURING reading helps you COMPARE and CONTRAST what you have read other stories or even your own experiences.
      • Questioning DURING reading allow you to EVALUATE the text.
    • Questioning: Why AFTER reading?
      • Questioning AFTER reading helps you to check for understanding.
      • Questioning AFTER reading helps you to make CONNECTIONS.
      • Questioning AFTER reading helps you to respond to the story on a more personal level.
      • Questioning AFTER reading allows you to think about the text more critically.
      • Questioning AFTER reading helps you to make your reading experience a better one.
    • Questioning: Your turn to try.
      • Read the poem on the next slide to yourself. Once directed, turn to a partner and question one another about the passage. Be prepared to share your questions with the group. Good luck and have fun!
    • Questioning: Your turn to try.
      • Halloween Pals
      • A happy little fellow sat on my fence one night His smile was full and wide- A most amazing site!
      • He said to me, "I'm yours for keeps. I hope you'll like me fine. I've watched you now for weeks and weeks while growing on my vine.
      • Just put me in your window when the right time rolls around I promise that I'll glow for you And I'll never make a sound.
      • I'll be your friend forever We'll be happy as can be.
    • Questioning: Your turn to try.
      • What questions did you come up with for the poem?
      • Here are a few of my questions:
      • What are the author’s Halloween Pals?
      • Who was the happy little fellow that sat on the fence?
      • Why was he smiling?
      • Why did the author think the site of him smiling on the fence was amazing?
      • Did he really talk to the author?
      • What grows on a vine that talks?
      • Does the little fellow from the fence have eyes to see?
      • Why does he want to go home with the speaker?
      • Does this remind you of anything?
      • What connections have been made?
    • Questioning: Conclusion
      • Questioning is vital to reading comprehension because it helps you make sure you understood what you have read.
      • Questioning occurs before, during and after reading.
      • Questioning helps you to make more connections to the text.
      • Questioning helps you to learn to evaluate a piece of writing.
      • Questioning makes you a better reader.