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Connect Chapter 1

  1. 1. Exploring theReading Process
  2. 2. Your Job . . .Take notes on the reading process –what to do Before you read While you read After you read
  3. 3. In Pairs Share three reasons you want to become a better reader.
  4. 4. Reading is an Interaction • Use your imagination – form a mental picture • Use your body – take a pen and mark up the reading
  5. 5. The Reading Process Before You Read
  6. 6. Skills to Use Before Reading • Guess the purpose of the reading. • Survey it to get an overview of what will be coming. • Predict what’s going to happen. • Think about your prior knowledge of the subject matter.
  7. 7. Guess the Purpose Is a reading meant to •Persuade, •Inform, or •Entertain?
  8. 8. The purpose is easy . . . . Persuade Inform Entertain PIE
  9. 9. Sound It Out In a moment different reading materials will flash on the screen. CLAP if you think the material would INFORM
  10. 10. Dictionary Cookbook Magazine Religious Advertisement Work (like theNewspaperMagazineBook Bible) People Phone Editorial Get Rich Quick Website Textbook Comic BookNewspaper Army Rangers Manual Paperback Novel National Enquirer
  11. 11. OK, let’s try this again. This time STOMP YOUR FEET if you think the material would PERSUADE
  12. 12. Dictionary Cookbook Magazine Religious Advertisement Work (like theNewspaperMagazineBook Bible) People Phone Editorial Get Rich Quick Website Textbook Comic BookNewspaper Army Rangers Manual Paperback Novel National Enquirer
  13. 13. Bet you can guess our next step . . . GIVE A FAKE LAUGH if you think the material would be ENTERTAIN
  14. 14. Dictionary Cookbook Magazine Religious Advertisement Work (like theNewspaperMagazineBook Bible) People Phone Editorial Get Rich Quick Website Textbook Comic BookNewspaper Army Rangers Manual Paperback Novel National Enquirer
  15. 15. Yes, some of those had more than one correct answer!!!
  16. 16. Survey Survey the reading to get an overview of what will be coming. Be sure to look at the following: •Title •Subtitle •Headings •1st sentences of paragraphs •Photos and captions
  17. 17. Predict Once you’ve finished your survey you’ll be able to quickly write a sentence telling what you think will happen in the reading.
  18. 18. Use Prior Knowledge Spend time remembering facts you already know that are related to the reading.
  19. 19. Pair Up • List FIVE statements of prior knowledge (facts) about each of the topics on the next slide.
  20. 20. Five Facts On . . . • Pirates • Drunk Driving • Recycling
  21. 21. The Reading Process While You Read
  22. 22. Practice Interactive Reading • Put a by paragraphs you mostly  understand. • Put an by paragraphs you don’t  understand well. • Circle words you don’t know if they seem important to the article.
  23. 23. Five Reading Tasks While you are reading, interact with the reading by doing five learning tasks. 1. Try to understand what the author means. 2. Monitor your comprehension. 3. Search for relevance. 4. Be open to learning something new. 5. Search for significance.
  24. 24. Check Your Understanding Three clues that you may not be comprehending what you read are 1. You have to slow your reading considerably. 2. You go back to reread a section several times. 3. You can’t tell what is important and what is not.
  25. 25. With a New Partner • List TWO signs that let you know you aren’t understanding the reading • List TWO things you can do to help solve this problem.
  26. 26. The Reading Process After You Read
  27. 27. After a Persuasive Reading • Ask “Did the writer convince me of his or her point?”
  28. 28. After an Informative Reading • Ask “Did I understand this material? Why does this information matter?”
  29. 29. Remember Reading is just the beginning. After you read the material, you, your instructor, and your classmates will often talk about the ideas that the assignment has raised.
  30. 30. If you cant describe what youare doing as a process, youdont know what youre doing.- W. Edwards Deming

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