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  • Students write their questions on one side of the 3 x 5 card. Then they read the section. They write the answer on the other side of the 3 x 5 card. This helps them study and keeps the studying kinesthetic. The 3 x 5 cards are also easier and lighter to carry around.
  • Haitian voters struggle from a massive crowd as they enter a voting center manned by UN peacekeepers near the impoverished neighborhood of Cite Soleil.
  • The world's oceans are in peril. Runoff from modern life is feeding an explosion of primitive organisms. The 'rise of slime,' as one scientist calls it, is killing larger species and sickening people. In many places some of the most advanced forms of ocean life are struggling to survive while the most primitive are thriving and spreading. Fish, corals and marine mammals are dying while algae, bacteria and jellyfish are growing unchecked. In addition, we are choking the waters with plastics which do not effectively break down and are harmful to shore birds and marine mammals. The oceans, once thought to be so vast we could not do them harm, are suffering immensely from human impact. A harmful algae bloom swept into King Harbor in Redondo Beach, Ca. and caused a massive fish kill. A few people who came in contact with the water blamed the bloom for ear infections, flu-like symptoms and other maladies.
  • “ Build it and they will come This is the actual turnoff from Banff to the # 1 highway to Calgary. Great picture isn't it? They had to build the animals (especially the elk) their own crossing because that was where the natural crossing was and after the highway was built there were far too many accidents. I understand it didn't take the animals long to learn that this was their road.”

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  • 3 x 5 cards
    • While you FLIRT, write your questions onto one side of a 3 x 5 card. Make sure to have one question per 3 x 5 card.
        • Rewrite any author questions.
        • Use pictures to write I wonder questions.
        • Turn headings into questions.
        • Use bold words to write I’m curious about questions.
    • Read the section with the purpose of answering your question.
        • Highlight key words and ideas that help answer the question.
        • Talk to the text by writing other thoughts in the margin.
    • Once you finish reading the section, write a summary that answers your question on the other side of the 3 x 5 card.
        • Draw pictures or make motions to help your mind make connection to the information.
        • When writing the summary, close the book so you are only using your working memory.
        • Check with a tutor, peer or professor for any questions you couldn’t answer.
  • I wonder… I am curious about…                                                                                                                                                              
  • Haitian voters struggle from a massive crowd as they enter a voting center manned by UN peacekeepers near the impoverished neighborhood of Cite Soleil.
  • Reveal the Purpose Before I read, I wonder or am curious about… While I read I learned… After I read I can organize the information by …
  • I wonder… I am curious about…                                                                                                                                                              
    • The world's oceans are in peril. Runoff from modern life is feeding an explosion of primitive organisms. The 'rise of slime,' as one scientist calls it, is killing larger species and sickening people. In many places some of the most advanced forms of ocean life are struggling to survive while the most primitive are thriving and spreading. Fish, corals and marine mammals are dying while algae, bacteria and jellyfish are growing unchecked. In addition, we are choking the waters with plastics which do not effectively break down and are harmful to shore birds and marine mammals. The oceans, once thought to be so vast we could not do them harm, are suffering immensely from human impact. A harmful algae bloom swept into King Harbor in Redondo Beach, Ca. and caused a massive fish kill. A few people who came in contact with the water blamed the bloom for ear infections, flu-like symptoms and other maladies.
  • I’m curious about… I wonder…
  • BUILD IT AND THEY WILL COME “This is the actual turnoff from Banff to the # 1 highway to Calgary. Great picture isn't it? They had to build the animals (especially the elk) their own crossing because that was where the natural crossing was and after the highway was built there were far too many accidents. I understand it didn't take the animals long to learn that this was their road.”
  • How does revealing a purpose keep you reading?
  • FLIRT Phrase
    • ( F ) This is a…
    • ( L ) About…
    • ( I ) I already know…
    • ( R ) So I am curious about…
    • ( T ) The author wants me to…
  • Study Guide FLIRT Your Way to an A http://www.amazon.com/FLIRT-Your-Way-Secrets-Becoming/dp/1463795203/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1316135018&sr=8-1
    • What is your reading secret formula (1 – 6)
    • What is your reading plan (VAK learner)
    • Explain the cognitive FLIRT process. (5 steps)
    • Include the physical and mental process.
    • Analyze the new strategies. Which one do you use most and why? Which is most difficult?
  • 5 minute quiz
    • List the things you’ve accomplished , learned or are proud of this week.
    • List the challenges or concerns that are preventing you from earning A+s.
    • Where do you need support?
    • What are your goals for next week?