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Text Sources and Text Structures

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Erin Faulkner

on 12 April 2012

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Transcript of Text Sources and Text Structures

Text Features Plagarism
Text Sources THIEVES Text Mapping Text Features Title
Bold/Italic Words
Sidebars & Trade book
Newspaper How do text features help the reader analyze nonfiction text sources for research? Essential Question: Title
Visuals and Vocabulary
End of Chapter Questions
Summary Noodletools Source Cards Use apples and oranges to explain! What's the difference between fiction and nonfiction? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using different types of text sources? Analyzing text Building topic background knowledge Note-taking Keywords and Questions Get ready for a middle schooler's persective . . . Online Information Skills Vocabulary Development Take note - the research question comes AFTER the keyword farming experience Keyword Farming and website search skills Author's Purpose and Bias Web search strategies The end of the beginning and the beginning of the end . . . How does this method of introducing research compare to your current method? Other questions or comments? In the beginning there were . . . Nitty Gritty Text Features 1. Purpose for reading
2. Skim for text features
3. Deep Reading
Source Evaluation Princess Diana says . . . "Make sure your
sources are credible!" Elyssa Hevner, Reading Specialist
Erin Faulkner, MLIS Welcome! Start your Engines! https://docs.google.com/View?id=dfvwdtqp_51gw7326d7 ACTIVITY Time for an ACTIVITY Time for an QAR Don't forget Questions
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