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The literacy café menu

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  • 1. The Literacy Café MenuThe Literacy Café Menu C.A.F.E.C.A.F.E.
  • 2. What Good Readers DoWhat Good Readers Do Good Readers use:Good Readers use: SchemaSchema VisualizeVisualize QuestionQuestion SynthesizeSynthesize InferInfer Determine ImportanceDetermine Importance
  • 3. DecodingDecoding Good Readers DecodeGood Readers Decode Words by:Words by: Getting our lips readyGetting our lips ready ChunkingChunking Stretchy out wordsStretchy out words Looking at picturesLooking at pictures Skipping and coming backSkipping and coming back to a wordto a word Try it AGAIN!!!Try it AGAIN!!!
  • 4. ComprehensionComprehension I Understand What II Understand What I ReadReadCheck for Understanding.Check for Understanding. Back up and Read.Back up and Read. Monitor and Fix It Up.Monitor and Fix It Up. Retell the Story.Retell the Story. Use Prior Knowledge.Use Prior Knowledge. Make a picture or mental image.Make a picture or mental image. Ask questions throughout the Reading Process.Ask questions throughout the Reading Process. Predict what will happen, use text to confirm.Predict what will happen, use text to confirm. Infer and support with evidenceInfer and support with evidence Use text features (Titles, headings, captions, graphic features)Use text features (Titles, headings, captions, graphic features) Summarize text, including sequence of main events.Summarize text, including sequence of main events. Use main idea and supporting details to determine importanceUse main idea and supporting details to determine importance Determine and analyze author’s purpose and support with details.Determine and analyze author’s purpose and support with details. Recognize literary elements (genre, plot, character, setting, problem/resolution)Recognize literary elements (genre, plot, character, setting, problem/resolution) Recognize and explain cause and effect relationships.Recognize and explain cause and effect relationships. Compare and contrast within and between text.Compare and contrast within and between text.
  • 5. AccuracyAccuracy I Can Read The WordsI Can Read The Words Cross Checking… Do the pictures and/or words lookCross Checking… Do the pictures and/or words look right? Does it sound right? Does it make sense?right? Does it sound right? Does it make sense? Use the picture… Do the words and pictures match?Use the picture… Do the words and pictures match? Use the beginning sounds and ending soundsUse the beginning sounds and ending sounds Blend sounds, stretch, and readBlend sounds, stretch, and read Flip the soundsFlip the sounds Chunk letters and sounds togetherChunk letters and sounds together Skip the word and come back to itSkip the word and come back to it Trade a word/guess a word that makes senseTrade a word/guess a word that makes sense
  • 6. FluencyFluency I Can Read Accurately, With Expression andI Can Read Accurately, With Expression and understand What I Readunderstand What I Read Voracious ReadingVoracious Reading Read appropriate level text that are aRead appropriate level text that are a “Good Fit”“Good Fit” Reread TextReread Text Practice Common Sight WordsPractice Common Sight Words Adjust and apply different reading rates toAdjust and apply different reading rates to match textmatch text Use punctuation to enhance phrasing andUse punctuation to enhance phrasing and prosody (end marks, commas, etc.)prosody (end marks, commas, etc.)
  • 7. EXPANDEXPAND VOCABULARYVOCABULARY I Know, Find, And Use Interesting WordsI Know, Find, And Use Interesting Words Voracious ReadingVoracious Reading Tune in to interesting words, and use new vocabulary inTune in to interesting words, and use new vocabulary in my speaking and writingmy speaking and writing Use pictures, illustrations, and diagramsUse pictures, illustrations, and diagrams Use word parts to determine meaning of words ( prefixes,Use word parts to determine meaning of words ( prefixes, suffixes, origins, abbreviations).suffixes, origins, abbreviations). Use prior knowledge and context to predict and confirmUse prior knowledge and context to predict and confirm meaningmeaning Ask someone to define the word for you.Ask someone to define the word for you. Use dictionaries, thesauruses and glossaries as tools.Use dictionaries, thesauruses and glossaries as tools.
  • 8. Behaviors That Support ReadingBehaviors That Support Reading Get Started Right AwayGet Started Right Away Stay In One PlaceStay In One Place Work QuietlyWork Quietly Read The Whole TimeRead The Whole Time Increase StaminaIncrease Stamina Select and Read, “Good Fit Book”Select and Read, “Good Fit Book”