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Active Reading Strategies, 09/25/2018

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Transcript of Active Reading Strategies, 09/25/2018

GOAL!
Learning Objective
Tuesday, September 11, 2018

© 2018 hssparrow
Active Reading Strategies
Wed. Sept. 14, 2016
Warm-up
Five-minute Writing
Choose one word to describe these three images and explain your choice.
Share & Respond
Tue. Sept. 11, 2018
Shared reading:
"
Essential Question:
What strategies do good readers use to improve their reading comprehension?
Vocab
strategy

(strat·e·gy)  
a plan, method, or series of actions to achieve a specific goal or result

Synonyms: method, plan, approach

Forms: strategic, strategically, strategist

Mini-Lesson
Mon, Aug. 28, 2017
1. Re-read "Eleven"
2. Complete "Active Reading Strategies"

I do
I'll show you how I use the active reading strategies
We Do
Let's read a paragraph together
YOU Do
Now, you read the next one on your own
Questions about last night's homework?
3 pictures, 1 word
Causes of Reading Difficulties
neurological
familial
instructional

Reading Strategies
Predict
Visualize
6 Active Reading Strategies
Predict
Visualize
Connect
Question
Clarify
Evaluate
"thinking while reading"
We use different reading strategies for different kinds of reading:
Textbook
E-mail
Novel
Newspaper
Magazine
Comics
Text message
Make guesses before you read!
Try to figure out what the story/article is about
Try to figure out what might happen next

Confirm your prediction by reading!
Imagine or picture the people, places, and things that are described
Look for “imagery” words – words that appeal to your senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch
Connect
Make personal connections to your
day-to-day life:
Text-to-self
Text-to-text
Text-to-world
Types of Connections
Question
Ask questions
before, during,
and
after
you read:
Who
What
When
Where
Why
How
Make a personal connection with the text:
Text-to-self
highly personal connections that a reader makes between the text and the reader’s own experiences or life.
Example: "This story reminds me of a vacation we took to my grandfather’s house in New York."
Text-to-text
you are reminded of other things that you have read, other books by the same author, stories from a similar genre, or on the same topic.
Example: “This character has the same problem that I read about in a story last year.”
Text-to-world
We learn about things through television, movies, magazines, and newspapers.
Example: "I saw a program on CNN Student News that talked about the 9/11 survivors just like the survivors described in this article."
Clarify
Try to
summarize
what you’ve read
Look for the main idea
Make inferences & draw conclusions
Evaluate
What is
your opinion
of what you read?
easy, challenging, difficult?
too short, too long, just right?
good topic? waste of time?
You may need to
re-read
the material to improve understanding!
Would you recommend that others read this text?
Let's do a
close read
of the "Eleven"
Close Reading
annotate your text
6 Active
Choose
one word
to describe these three images and explain your choice.
3 pictures, 1 word
Mon. Aug. 28, 2017
Warm-up
Five-minute Writing
Active Reading Strategies can be divided into three areas:
before
reading
predict
during
reading
visualize
connect
question
after
reading
clarify
evaluate
Nathan Van Hoy
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