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Text Comprehension: Graphic Organizing
Transcript of Text Comprehension: Graphic Organizing
TSWBAT understand and use effective reading strategies.
It is important for students to be able to recognize, comprehend, and utilize, the appropriate text comprehension strategy when reading a text. Text Comprehension Strategies:
Strategy #3: Graphic & Semantic Organizing Tuesday
Jacob was sick today and didnt go to school. Andrew and I took lunch together. I swapped my apple for his banana. When I got home, there was a postcard for my family from my aunt. She is on holiday in italy. My aunt is saying it is very hot and sunny there. Thomas Alva Edison was one of the greatest inventors of the 19th century. He is most famous for inventing the light bulb in 1879. He also developed the world's first electric light-power station in 1882.
Edison was born in the village of Milan, Ohio, on Feb. 11, 1847.
His family later moved to Port Huron, Michigan. He went to school for only three months, when he was seven. It is warm in the summer. After that, his mother taught him at home. Thomas loved to read. At twelve years old, he became a train-boy, selling magazines and candy on the Grand Trunk Railroad. He spent all his money on books and equipment for his experiments. What is an effective text comprehension strategy that can be used to understand a text, and when should it be used? Graphic Organizer Definition:
Graphic organizers are a visual representation of the material. An organizer assists in brainstorming and/or organizing information to make it easier to understand how ideas connect. What are they? Semantic Organizer Venn Diagrams
Storyboard/Chain of Events
Cause and Effect Types of Graphic Organizers Examples Graphic organizers are known by different names, such as maps, webs, graphs, charts, frames, or clusters. Are graphic organizers that look somewhat like a spider web, where lines connect a central concept to a variety of related ideas and events. Guided Practice We will now continue our reading on Thomas Edison.
We will use the Storyboard as a guide to help us organize and comprehend the content. Bronx Masquerade: Text Comprehension Pay close attention to the characters, and determine how we could organize them. Independent Practice 1. Select a character from the text (ex.: Tyrone, Diondra, etc...), brainstorm ideas about this character based on what you have learned about them.
2. Use the story board chain of events graphic organizer to organizer the various events that took place in that character's life. Closure Explain what is:
1. Monitoring Comprehension
Describe when you would use these two strategies. Graphic organizers illustrate concepts and relationships between concepts in a text or using diagrams. CLOSURE
Ticket Out the Door (T.O.D.) Explain the difference between graphic organizers and semantic organizers.
Provide an example of both. Homework 1. Copy down the cause and effect chart on the board.
2. Use the story board to create a cause and effect chart based on your selected character.
3. The storyboard & cause and effect chart are both
DUE: TOMORROW At the age of fifteen, Edison became manager of a telegraph office. His first inventions helped improve the telegraph, an early method for sending messages over electric wires. At twenty-one, Edison produced his first major invention, a stock ticker for printing stock-exchange quotes. He was paid $40,000 for this invention. He took this money and opened a manufacturing shop and a small laboratory in Newark, N. J. Later he gave up manufacturing, and moved his laboratory to Menlo Park, New Jersey. At this laboratory, he directed other inventors.
During the rest of his life he and his laboratory invented the phonograph, film for the movie industry, and the alkaline battery. By the time he died at West Orange, New Jersey on Oct. 18, 1931, he had created over 1,000 inventions.