Annotating a text

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  • Thank you for this wonderful slide show. I want to incorporate it with a larger one I'm preparing for an in-service. I certainly want to give you credit for your work.
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  • Hi Linda! Feel free to use this in your lesson! Glad I can help! My email address is skk5122@gmail.com if you would be interested in the PPT file. Good luck! :)
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Annotating a text

  1. 1. Annota&ng   a  Text  
  2. 2. Tools  
  3. 3. Why  Annotate?   •  Read  with  purpose  &  focus   •  Connect  &  engage  with  text   •  Help  develop  meaning  &  understanding   •  Prepare  for  discussion  
  4. 4. How  to   Annotate?   Lots  of  ways!  
  5. 5. Make  Connec&ons   Text  to  Self  à  How  does  this  relate  to  me?   Text  to  Text  à  How  does  this  relate  to   something  else  I’ve  seen/read/heard?         Text  to  World  à  How  does  this  relate  to  real   world  events  (past  and  present)?  
  6. 6. Ask  Ques&ons   •  Confused?  Not  sure  what  something  means?   Or  why  it’s  included?   •  Put  a  ?  next  to  confusing  parts   •  Jot  down  your  ques&ons  
  7. 7. Make  an  Inference   An  inference  is  an  educated   guess  based  on  2  things:   –  What  you’re  reading  (text  clues)   –  What  you  already  know  outside   the  reading  (schema)     What  can  you  infer  from  the   reading?  Make  an  educated   guess  or  predic&on!  
  8. 8. Jot  Down  Comments/Thoughts   What  is  going  on  in  your  head  as   you  read?     How  is  the  reading  making  you  feel?     Write  it  down  so  you’ll  remember!  
  9. 9. Note  Significant  Parts/What  Stands  Out   •  Highlight,  underline,  or  *  important  info  that   stands  out  to  you          Careful  not  to  go  too            overboard  with  this  one!  
  10. 10. Whenever   reading  for   class,  always   annotate!!  

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