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Ways We Choose Books

using with 5th grade class in September
by

Lisa Weir

on 13 September 2012

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Transcript of Ways We Choose Books

Front Cover / inside jacket Back Cover information Characters we've read about in other books Another book in a series Interesting title Authors we know and like Great Illustrations Book recommendations from teachers Books that are movies Try the beginning Read some of the middle New/popular book Heard it read aloud Sequel to a book we've read Read it before and enjoyed it Harry Potter This rule says that when choosing a book that is just right for you, you should… 1. Open the book to any page
(with approximately 100 words). 2. Read! 3. If you get to a word you don't know, put up one finger. Then... Keep Reading! 4. If you get to another word you
don't know, put up a second finger. And so on... Now...if you end up with 4-5
fingers in the air before you
finish one full page... Because this book will not be fun for you to read. Ways We Choose Books Use the 5 Finger Rule!! 2-3 Fingers = Just Right Try it and remember ... “ ‘Where's Papa going with that ax?’ said Fern to her mother as they were setting the table for breakfast.”
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