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Transcript of Visualizing
Questions to ask for visualizing:
How does making mental images help us as readers?
What do you think of ________ before reading? Now what do you see when you think of ________?
What do you notice about the picture?
What are you imagining? How are you imagining this word?
What do we know about the title?
How does this relate to real life to help us visualize what's happening?
Tips to develop visualization:
Pay attention to the details - the more details you make in your mind picture, the easier you'll remember it.
When introducing or seeing new vocabulary, draw a picture of what you think the word is.
Adapt images as you read.
Draw images or make mental pictures of important points in a passage or book.
Images are linked to our memories or experiences.
Try it out...
Read about the granod.
Draw & label a picture showing what it looks like. Use your own
A granod is an animal. It has a long, oval-shaped body. The granod
has a long neck and tail. The top of the neck, back, and tail are covered by a row of triangular-shaped plates. The granod’s head is shaped like a long triangle. It has big eyes, and eyebrows that stick out. It also has big nostrils. Its body is covered with scales. The granod has four short legs. At the end of each leg is a foot with five long toes. Each toe has a sharp claw at its end. The granod has two wings attached to its body. These are located behind the front legs towards the top of its back. Granods may be many different colors, but usually, they are green and yellow, or red and yellow.
What is visualizing?
Mental pictures are the cinema unfolding in your mind that make reading three-dimensional.
Visualization helps readers engage with text in ways that make it personal and memorable.
Readers adapt their images as they continue to read.