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  • 1. Connecting Link to things you already know about this topic; connect to similar things in your experience.
  • 2. Connecting helps you understand and remember what you read. How many phone numbers from TV commercials do you memorize? How many friends’ phone numbers do you memorize?
  • 3. Three types of connection: Text-to-self You read things that remind you of your own experiences . Coded on Post-It: T-S T-S This reminds me of…
  • 4. Three types of connection: Text-to-text You read things that remind you of other things you’ve read or seen . Coded on Post-It: T-T T-T This reminds me of…
  • 5. Three types of connection: Text-to-world When you read things that remind you of other things you’ve heard about . Coded on Post-It: T-W T-W This reminds me of…
  • 6. Strong connections are better than wimpy connections! detailed superficial personal could be anybody “ I remember when we had to put our dog down after he got rabies, just like Travis had to do in Old Yeller . I'm emotionally scarred to this day.” “ I used to have a puppy like that kid Whatshisname in the book.” You obviously read the book. Did you read the book?
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