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How will I?  Am I?
 Text-to-Text
Text-to-Self
Text-to-World
 Why wasn’t Nebraska a part of the Dust Bowl? Could this happen again? Would we be more protected from the storms today...
 Question for each section of the    book.   How did people react when they    saw the starving cows?   Why does her mo...
 What will happen next in each section? Billie Jo’s mom will lose the baby. Billie Jo will run away. Billie Jo’s dad w...
 Picking out hints from the text to figure out what will happen next. An example from a movie would be…
 “My father has a raised spot on the side of his nose that never was there before and won’t go away. And there’s another ...
 After running away and meeting a man  that had left his wife and children,  Billie Jo is thinking of her father. “ My f...
 In order to figure that out… I made you question what it was Make connections from what you saw in this  PowerPoint to...
Thinking strategies with Out of the Dust
Thinking strategies with Out of the Dust
Thinking strategies with Out of the Dust
Thinking strategies with Out of the Dust
Thinking strategies with Out of the Dust
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Thinking strategies with Out of the Dust

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I created this to show at our professional development meeting. It demonstrated how we went through all of the thinking strategies as we read the book, Out of the Dust. I then shared this with my students.

What the videos would have been of.

1st- Japan's earthquake

2nd- Jaws theme song

3rd- Spider spinning its web to show that everything connects

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  1. 1. How will I? Am I?
  2. 2.  Text-to-Text
  3. 3. Text-to-Self
  4. 4. Text-to-World
  5. 5.  Why wasn’t Nebraska a part of the Dust Bowl? Could this happen again? Would we be more protected from the storms today than they were back then? How many people died? How did they end up surviving? Why didn’t everyone just move? If you put all the dust storms together, how big would that storm be?
  6. 6.  Question for each section of the book. How did people react when they saw the starving cows? Why does her mom want her to focus on school instead of the piano? How does their medical treatment of burns back then compare to today? Do Billie Jo ever cry for the loss of her mom? What will happen to Billie Jo if her dad dies?
  7. 7.  What will happen next in each section? Billie Jo’s mom will lose the baby. Billie Jo will run away. Billie Jo’s dad will remarry. Billie Jo’s dad will start planting trees like the President said, and crops will grow.
  8. 8.  Picking out hints from the text to figure out what will happen next. An example from a movie would be…
  9. 9.  “My father has a raised spot on the side of his nose that never was there before and won’t go away. And there’s another on his cheek and two more on his neck, and I wonder why the heck is he fooling around. He knows what it is. His father had those spots too.”
  10. 10.  After running away and meeting a man that had left his wife and children, Billie Jo is thinking of her father. “ My father stayed rooted, even with my tests and my temper, even with the double sorrow of his grief and my own, he had kept a home until I broke it.”
  11. 11.  In order to figure that out… I made you question what it was Make connections from what you saw in this PowerPoint to your background knowledge of the strategies Made a prediction on what it was Therefore combining all the elements of these strategies leads to…
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