STRATEGIC READING
REVIEW: BEFORE,
DURING, AND AFTER
Let’s Practice!
Preview and Set a Purpose
 Preview
 Look at the cover
 Look at any pictures
 Look at captions (if non-fiction)
 Look ...
Preview and Set a Purpose
 Purpose
 Why are you going to read this book? (To learn,
do, or for enjoyment).
 Why set a p...
Use Prior Knowledge
 What is prior knowledge?
 When do I activate and use my prior
knowledge?
 Why?
 When should I act...
Predict
 What does it mean to predict?
 How do I predict? (What do I need to predict?)
 Why should I predict?
 When sh...
Make Connections
 Text to Self
 Text to Text
 Text to World
 Connections help you understand what is
going on in the b...
Visualize
 A movie in your head
 Seeing the character’s actions
 Seeing the character’s appearance
 Seeing the setting...
Monitor and Clarify
 Stop! Did I understand what I just read? (Can I
retell or summarize? Can I tell someone about
events...
Infer
 Use clues to figure out what the author has not
told you, such as
 Setting
 A characters feelings
 A characters...
Summarize
 Share the basic, important information:
 Who, What, When, Where, Why, How
 Summarize in a paragraph or in a ...
Ask Questions
 Ask questions and try to locate your answer.
 Example: What’s happening in the story?
 Example: How does...
Respond
 Write or discuss what you just read:
 What did you like? What didn’t you like?
 Would you recommend this book ...
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  1. 1. STRATEGIC READING REVIEW: BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER Let’s Practice!
  2. 2. Preview and Set a Purpose  Preview  Look at the cover  Look at any pictures  Look at captions (if non-fiction)  Look at the back and read any summaries  Read a few pages from the middle (novels/chapter books)  Why Preview?  When should I preview?
  3. 3. Preview and Set a Purpose  Purpose  Why are you going to read this book? (To learn, do, or for enjoyment).  Why set a purpose?  When should I set a purpose?
  4. 4. Use Prior Knowledge  What is prior knowledge?  When do I activate and use my prior knowledge?  Why?  When should I activate my prior knowledge?
  5. 5. Predict  What does it mean to predict?  How do I predict? (What do I need to predict?)  Why should I predict?  When should I predict?
  6. 6. Make Connections  Text to Self  Text to Text  Text to World  Connections help you understand what is going on in the book better, how a character feels, or what a situation is like.  When should I make connections? This reminds me of…
  7. 7. Visualize  A movie in your head  Seeing the character’s actions  Seeing the character’s appearance  Seeing the setting  Seeing events  Why should I visualize?  When should I visualize?
  8. 8. Monitor and Clarify  Stop! Did I understand what I just read? (Can I retell or summarize? Can I tell someone about events that happened or the characters or the setting?)  Yes – Tell someone or tell yourself and then keep going.  No – Go back and reread.  If I didn’t understand, why didn’t I?  Do I need to read more carefully? More slowly?  Did I understand all of the words?  Why should I monitor and clarify?  When should I monitory and clarify?
  9. 9. Infer  Use clues to figure out what the author has not told you, such as  Setting  A characters feelings  A characters actions
  10. 10. Summarize  Share the basic, important information:  Who, What, When, Where, Why, How  Summarize in a paragraph or in a sentence
  11. 11. Ask Questions  Ask questions and try to locate your answer.  Example: What’s happening in the story?  Example: How does this fit with the rest of the story?  Example: Does what I am reading make sense?
  12. 12. Respond  Write or discuss what you just read:  What did you like? What didn’t you like?  Would you recommend this book to a friend, why or why not?

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