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Reading strategy songs 2

  1. 1. READING STRATEGY SONGS<br />www.thelearningpad.net<br />
  2. 2. Head and eyes and mouth and brain.<br />Work together when we train.<br />Readers need a busy brain.<br />Working hard to make good grades.<br />Head and eyes and mouth and brain.<br />Work together when we train.<br />BUSY BRAIN SONG“Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”<br />
  3. 3. Hands and mouth, eyes and brain.<br />Eyes and brain.<br />Hands and mouth, eyes and brain.<br />Eyes and brain.<br />Hands and mouth, eyes and brain.<br />High five reading power.<br />HARRY POSTER SONG“Head and Shoulders”<br />
  4. 4. We’ve got metacognition <br />Running through our minds.<br />We’ve got metacognition <br />And isn’t hard to find.<br />Can’t your hear our thoughts a calling?<br />Listen to my song.<br />We’ve got metacognition <br />Learning all day long. <br />METACOGNITION SONG“I’ve Been Working on the Railroad”<br />
  5. 5. Schema, schema, schema, schema.<br />What I know, watch it grow.<br />I can read a new book. <br />I can take a good look.<br />Schema grows. Schema grows.<br />SCHEMA SONG“Are You Sleeping?”<br />
  6. 6. I’m reading a story and my brain says HEY!<br />This story reminds me of the other day.<br />It’s called a connection from text to self.<br />The story reminds me I’ve done this myself.<br />I’m reading a story and my brain says LOOK!<br />This story reminds me of that other book.<br />It’s called a connection from text to text.<br />My brain remembers and does a quick check.<br />CONNECTIONS SONG“On Top of Spaghetti”<br />
  7. 7. I’m reading a story and my brain says WOW!<br />This story reminds me <br />Of news happening now.<br /> It’s called a connection from text to world.<br />It makes my brain flutter, sputter and whirl.<br />CONNECTIONS SONG Cont.<br />
  8. 8. Oh, I wonder. Oh, I wonder. <br />Oh, I wonder when I read.<br />All good readers ask deep questions <br />And they wonder when they read.<br />Sometimes when I ask a question <br />And I turn the page to look.<br />I find the answer to my question <br />And it’s right there in the book.<br />QUESTIONING SONG“Clementine”<br />
  9. 9. But sometimes I can’t find the answer<br />Even though the story’s read.<br />So I have to find the answer<br />To the question in my head.<br />QUESTIONING SONG Cont.<br />
  10. 10. When my teacher reads a book<br />Then my brain begins to look.<br />Seeing pictures in my head<br />As the story’s being read.<br />Making pictures me and you.<br />You can think some pictures, too.<br />VISUALIZING SONG“Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”<br />
  11. 11. Sometimes when you’re reading a story.<br />The words are not all there for you.<br />So being a good book detective<br />Will help you find any clue.<br />CHORUS<br />Infer, infer. Filling in what’s not in the book.<br />Infer, infer. It’s taking a much closer look.<br />INFERRING SONG“My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean”<br />
  12. 12. Some authors leave clues in the pictures.<br />Some authors leave clues in the text.<br />They give you just part of the story<br />And want you to fill in the rest. (CHORUS)<br />So when you are reading a story<br />Be careful to read what is there.<br />But then figure out what is missing<br />Now you are inferring with flair! (CHORUS)<br />INFERRING SONGCont.<br />
  13. 13. REFRAIN<br />Synthesize, synthesize.<br />Your brain gears start to move.<br />Read a bit, think a lot.<br />Your thinking starts to change.<br />Synthesize, synthesize.<br />Your thinking will transform.<br />Read some more, think some more.<br />Now you can synthesize.<br />SYNTHESIZE“Jingle Bells”<br />

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