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Reading_Lesson 3 selecting and organizing information

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Reading_Lesson 3 selecting and organizing information

  1. 1. Lesson 3
  2. 2. I. Brainstorming - is the most popular tool in generating creative and rich ideas
  3. 3. How Brainstorming Works 1) Decide for the general or primary topic. 2) Get ideas from everyone.
  4. 4. - involves writing the main topic and listing down the related ideas Topic: Unemployment 1. Jobs 2. Poverty 3. Salary 4. Lack of education 5. Low salary 6. Lack of money 7. Fresh graduates
  5. 5. - a visual representation of ideas and their connections with one another - more structured - shows how one idea subordinates another idea
  6. 6. 3) Revisit the list. 4) Have the list as a guide or an outline for the final product.
  7. 7. II. Graphic Organizers - are visual representations of concepts that help us structure information into organizational patterns - present essential information and connect these pieces of information into a coherent framework
  8. 8. Types of Graphic Organizers
  9. 9. - used to compare and contrast ideas and events - uses two or more overlapping circles to show similar and different attributes
  10. 10. TRY IT! Fill in the missing data in the Venn Diagram which scientifically compares a butterfly and a moth. Use critical thinking and select only relevant information based on the topic from the following list. Has 3 pairs of legs Hatches from chrysalis Hatches from cocoon Looks pretty Featured in Rizal's story Has wings
  11. 11. TRY IT! Fill in the missing data in the Venn Diagram which scientifically compares a whale and a fish. Use critical thinking and select only relevant information based on the topic from the following list. Lay eggs Live in water Breathe water Have scales Live birth Can swim Have fins Have hair Breathe air
  12. 12. - used to represent hierarchy, classification, and branching - useful in showing relationships of scientific categories, family trees, and even lineages
  13. 13. TRY IT! Fill in the missing data in the university hierarchy with the positions below. Note that all positions will be used in the Network Tree. HR Manager Director of Academic Services Payroll Manager Accounting Manager Department Chair HR Supervisor Director of External Linkages Faculty
  14. 14. - also known as semantic map - used to investigate and enumerate various aspects of a central idea, which could be a concept, topic, or theme
  15. 15. TRY IT! Fill in the missing data in the following spider map with the following. picture-based connects people relies on the internet serves as a marketing tool interactive prone to security breaches
  16. 16. - displays the nature of the problem and how it can be solved - usually contains the problem's description, its causes and effects, and logical solutions
  17. 17. TRY IT! Fill in the missing data in the following climate change problem-solution map with the phrases below. Make sure to select only the relevant information. Climate change Making documentaries Shrinking mountain glaciers Reducing use of items that produce greenhouse gases Variations in the sun's energy reahing the Earth Cutting down trees Accelerating ice melt in Iceland
  18. 18. Nature - Encompasses global warming - Refers to the broader range of changes that are happening to our planet Causes - Changes in the greenhouseeffect, which affect the amount of heat retained by Earth's atmosphere - Changes in the reflectivity of Earth's atmosphere and surface Effects - Rising sea levels - Shifting in flower/plant blooming times Problem Solution
  19. 19. - used to show how events occurred chronologically through a long bar labeled with dates and specific events - can be linear or comparative
  20. 20. - shows how events happened within one period a. Linear Timeline
  21. 21. b. Comparative Timeline - shows two sets of events that happened within the same period
  22. 22. - used to map events in the story - used to analyze the major parts of a plot
  23. 23. TRY IT! Fill in the missing details in the diagram. * The two families discover the bodies of the two lovers and realize their wrongs. * Romeo and Juliet are lovers who come from rival families, Montague and Capulet. * The Capulets and Montagues end their feud.
  24. 24. - used to show the logical sequence of events
  25. 25. TRY IT! Fill in the missing details in the chains of events regarding the Scientific Method with the information below. * Test the hypothesis. * Define a problem. * Make observations and collect information.
  26. 26. Make a prediction or state a hypothesis. Form a conclusion. SCIENTIFIC METHOD
  27. 27. - used to better understand the causual relationship of a complex phenomenon - shows the factors that cause a specific event or problem, as well as details of each cause
  28. 28. - describes how a series of events interact to produce a set of results repeatedly * Some examples of events that require a cycle are water cycle, metamorphosis, and poverty cycle.
  29. 29. TRY IT! Fill in the missing data in the following poverty cycle with the details below. As with the other samples, make sure to select the correct information through critical thinking. family in poverty inspires the next generation low family income lack of education
  30. 30. - used to map out arguments and evidence that prove a viewpoint - is especially useful when processing persuasive or argumentative texts
  31. 31. III. Outline - considered as a plan for writing; a summary that gives the essential feature of a text - shows how the parts of a text are related to one another as parts that are of equal importance, or sections that are subordinate to a main idea
  32. 32. - uses only numbers as labels Two Outline Formats - uses both letters and numbers as labels
  33. 33. Principles of Outlining - requires ideas of the same relevance to be labeled in the same way I. Positive effects of uniform policy A. Promotes school identity B. Improves school security II. Negative effects of uniform policy A. Inhibits learning B. Curtails individuality
  34. 34. - shows that minor details have to be placed under their respective major details I. Positive effects of uniform policy A. Promotes school identity B. Improves school security II. Negative effects of uniform policy A. Inhibits learning B. Curtails individuality
  35. 35. - shows that minor details have to be placed under their respective major details I. Positive effects of uniform policy A. Promotes school identity B. Improves school security II. Negative effects of uniform policy A. Inhibits learning B. Curtails individuality
  36. 36. I. Positive effects of uniform policy A. Promotes school identity B. Improves school security II. Negative effects of uniform policy A. Inhibits learning B. Curtails individuality - requires that no cluster should contain only one item
  37. 37. I. Positive effects of uniform policy A. Promotes school identity B. Improves school security II. Negative effects of uniform policy A. Inhibits learning B. Curtails individuality - requires all entries in each cluster to use the same structure and format
  38. 38. Kinds of Outline According to Structure - a systematic arrangement of ideas using broad topics in the form of words or simple phrases as headers
  39. 39. - also known as expanded outline - uses complete sentences as its entries
  40. 40. - the central idea of a multiple-paragraph composition - one-sentence summary that guides, controls, and unifies ideas when writing *In simple terms, all the other ideas present in an essay revolve around the thesis statement. Thesis Statement
  41. 41. “In preparing for a battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” - Dwight D. Eisenhower
  42. 42. Thank You !!

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