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Making connections to your novel
Making connections to your novel
Making connections to your novel
Making connections to your novel
Making connections to your novel
Making connections to your novel
Making connections to your novel
Making connections to your novel
Making connections to your novel
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  • 1. Making Connections to your novel Hmmm…what on earth is schema?
  • 2. Is it a prehistoric dinosaur?
  • 3. Is it an Italian movie star?
  • 4. NO!
    • Schema is another word for:
    • MAKING CONNECTIONS!!!
  • 5. We can see 3 types of schema connections to our novels
  • 6.
    • Text to Self
    • This type of connection is made by connecting yourself to the character or book in some way.
    • (I am like Harry Potter because we both wear glasses, and I get in trouble a lot!)
  • 7. Text to Text
    • This type of connection is made by connecting my novel with another book, movie, or TV show.
    • ( Twilight reminds me of this great soap opera when I was young called “Dark Shadows.” It was all about vampires too, but I think Twilight is creepier!)
  • 8. Text to World
    • This type of connection is made by connecting your novel in some way to the wider world .
    • ( The Boy in the Striped Pajamas was about war. Wars are huge events in the world and they affect many people.)
  • 9.
    • If you get stuck, say to yourself:
    • That reminds me of…
    • I’d like to do (see) that!
    • I know somebody like that- Hmmm…
    • I’ve felt like that before…
    • I’ve seen (heard, smelled) that before…
    • I’ve felt what it’s like…
    • This story is like (another text)…
    • I’ve read something like this before…
    • That’s so funny!
    • This is like…
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