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Transcript of Comprehension Connections
Schema + Evidence = Inference
Salad Bowl Exercise
visited our class, what questions (3) would you ask him about his song, Man in the Mirror? (Please use your sentence stems!)
(What's going on in my head)
(What the author has to say)
TEXT + THINKING = REAL READING
(Example of FAKE reading given)
Think about how you are thinking!
The Mystery of the Secret Neighbors!
- Using the trash, what can you infer about my neighbors???
- 5 minutes
- use sentence stems!
Background Knowldege + Text Clues = Inference
Name at least 3 important statement s from the song. Why are they important?
Listen to the song and draw Grandma's feather bed.
- What feelings rise up in you as you drew this picture? - What sounds would surround this moment in time?
- Can you smell anything in your photo?
- How would the bed you drew feel?
Listen to the song. Using the Thinking stems for Schema, write 3 statements that arise when you hear the lyrics to "MEAN". ***I challenge you to find a relationship between the song and you, to a text it reminds you of or to the world! ***
Listen to the song. Then, take what you know (your schema) and put it together with new knowledge in order to re-evaluate your thinking.
What emotions evolved as you listened to the song? Why?
What conclusions changed after you read the lyrics? Why?
Though there weren't any speaking parts, how were you able to understand this video clip?
Did you use more text or more thinking???
What matters most?!
Music version of Don't Laugh at Me