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  2. 2. STEP 1: READ THE TEXT  Read the text underlining the words you do not know.
  3. 3. STEP 2: REREAD THE TEXT (CODING)  As you reread the text the second time, use your coding bookmark. As you code your text, be thinking about why you chose that particular code, and how you will explain it when you reread the third time to annotate.
  4. 4. STEP 3: REREAD THE TEXT (ANNOTATING)  As you reread the text the third time, to annotate your text. As you annotate your text, explain why you chose particular code.You may draw pictures and use short phrases as your explanations.
  5. 5. STEP 4: DISCUSS YOUR THINKING  After you have read the text, completed your coding and finally your annotating, you will discuss your thinking.  As you discuss your thinking, relate it back to your annotating and your coding.
  6. 6. STEP 5: ANSWER THE OPEN ENDED QUESTION  Using your coding, annotations and thinking to what you just discussed with your teacher or teammates, decide on an answer for the open ended question (a question with not answers) about the story you just read.
  7. 7. STEP 6: MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION  Answer the multiple choice question using the process of elimination (which one makes the MOST sense?) Use your coding, annotating and the discussion you had as well to help you come up with the best answer.