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    What Good Readers Do What Good Readers Do Presentation Transcript

    • What do GOOD readers do? Not what I did!
    • Good Readers…
      • Read many different types of materials
        • Biographies
        • Books for fun
        • Magazines
        • Non-fiction
        • Even directions!
    • Before They Read, Good Readers…
      • Preview the book
      • Activate their schema
      • Make predictions
    • Good Readers Ask These Questions Before They Read
      • What do I need to know before I read?
      • What do I already know about this topic?
      • What is the reason I am reading this text?
      • What is the author’s purpose?
      Good Reader Bookmark What do I need to know before I read? What do I already know about this topic? How is the text organization going to help me? What is the reason I am reading this text? What is the author’s purpose? Am I reading for my own pleasure? Am I reading for school? Does the title tell me what I am going to read about? Are there pictures, graphs, maps, titles, or headings that can help me? Can I create a graphic organizer that will help me organize the text?
    • Good Readers Ask These Questions Before They Read
      • Am I reading for pleasure?
      • Am I reading for school?
      • Does the title tell me what I am going to read about?
      • Are there pictures, graphs, maps, titles, or headings that can help me?
      • Can I create a graphic organizer that will help me organize the text?
    • While reading…
      • Ask questions
      • Good readers are engaged by clarifying what they understand and making meaning out of what they are reading.
      • Why is this happening?
      • What does this mean?
    • While reading…
      • Visualize
      • Good readers create pictures in their mind as they read.
    • While reading…
      • Draw inferences and predict
      • Good readers take what they already know, gather clues from text, make a judgment, and predict what will happen next.
    • While reading…
      • Determine important ideas
      • Good readers focus on essential ideas and important information or key ideas.
    • While reading…
      • Synthesize information
      • Good readers combine new information with what they already know to form an original idea.
    • While reading…
      • Monitor comprehension and clarify
      • Good readers know when they understand what they read and when they do not, trying to correct the misunderstandings as they come up.
    • While reading…
      • Monitor comprehension and clarify
      • Do I need to reread?
      • Are there words I don’t understand?
      • Can I figure them out or can I skip them?
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    • After They Read, Good Readers…
      • Summarize (Retell)
      • Think about what they learned
      • Decide what they liked