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Reading process practice and re written introduction


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Reading process practice and re written introduction

  1. 1. Re­written introductions .notebook 1 August 30, 2013 August 30, 2012 7th Grade Language Arts Agenda: 1. Reading Process Practice 2. Independent Reading (15 Minutes) 3. Re-written Introductions Assignments: -Re-written introductions (Today or Tuesday) -Reading Response (T)
  2. 2. Re­written introductions .notebook 2 August 30, 2013 Directions: Skim pages 32-37 in your Reader’s Handbook. Complete all steps of the reading process. Set a Purpose: Answer the question- What do I want to get out of this article/story? Preview: No need to write anything here, just make sure you preview according to your Reader’s Handbook. Plan: Choose a reading plan from pages 667-684 and write the title of it below.
  3. 3. Re­written introductions .notebook 3 August 30, 2013 Read with a Purpose: Use the reading plan from above and take notes on the space below.
  4. 4. Re­written introductions .notebook 4 August 30, 2013 Independent Reading/Reading Process Practice
  5. 5. Re­written introductions .notebook 5 August 30, 2013 Connect: Include any connections to the article/story. Pause and Reflect: Did you learn what you wanted to learn in your “Set a Purpose”? Reread: Do you need to reread? Why or why not? Remember: Write at least one thing down that you want to remember from your reading.
  6. 6. Re­written introductions .notebook 6 August 30, 2013
  7. 7. Attachments Ideas and Content.pps