Marginalia
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Marginalia is the term used to describe the drawings, written notes, underlinings,
illustrations, and/or d...
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Marginalia description 20110830_132838_15

  1. 1. Marginalia What Marginalia is the term used to describe the drawings, written notes, underlinings, illustrations, and/or diagrams that are inserted by readers in and around a published text. Why Effective readers… • determine the important details or facts to understand the text • make personal connections to them understand the text • ask questions as they read • make inferences as they read • visualize by creating pictures in their minds • synthesize their reading by combining the new ideas from the reading to what they already know • use “fix-up” strategies when their comprehension breaks down (re-read, ask clarifying questions, think of something they know that is similar, find a part they know and make inferences) How While students read a piece of text, they annotate in the margins based on the above seven comprehension strategies.

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