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Good Readers Connect!

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Megan Curts

on 1 September 2013

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Transcript of Good Readers Connect!

Good Readers Make
This reminds of the time when I...
This character is like me because...
This character is like someone I know because...
This setting reminds me of ___ from my life.
This reminds of this other book that I read...
This character is like this other character because...
This setting reminds me of ___ from another text.
This reminds of this movie I saw...
This reminds me of this story on the news...
This character is like this celebrity/world leader because...
This setting reminds me of ___ from the world.
This reminds me of the time that I went to a petting zoo. The goats there didn't seem scared. One started chewing on my shirt.
This reminds me of David from the Bible. He had to protect his sheep from a lion. I wonder if the sheep fainted...
This reminds me of the TV show I watched on Animal Planet about ostriches. When they get scared, they stick their heads into the ground. That reminds me of how the goats in the story did something silly when they got scared too.
This reminds me of the time we went to visit my uncle on his farm in Cory, Indiana when I was four. I kept trying to make goat noises, but my parents kept insisting I sounded more like a sheep.
This reminds me of A Long Way from Chicago. I can see Grandma Dowdel intentionally trying to get the goats to fall down.
This passage reminded me of watching Scooby-Doo cartoons. Whenever Scooby would become scared or startled, he would jump into Shaggy's arms, faint, or look for a place to hide. Kevin McCallister also had interesting reactions when frightened.
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