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Close Reading

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Tiffany McBean

on 18 March 2015

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Transcript of Close Reading

Audience and Ocassion
An author considers the
audience
when selecting appropriate words.



The author also thinks about the occasion or circumstance to decide on the tone to use in the writing or speech.
Do you read closely?
First Reading
Silently read, "Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat".

1. Replace underlined words with definitions from the margins.

2. Open a new tab and look up the meaning of the words in bold, if you do not know them.





Second Reading
Listen as the passage is read aloud. Listen for the words:
a) urgency and rigor
b) tyranny and lamentable
How does the definition help you understand the meaning of the passage.
Close Reading Strategies
Marking the text:

Select by highlighting, underlining or annotating (taking notes) on key points.
This helps you actively engage in making meaning in the text.
Reading closely :)
Close Reading
Third Reading :)


Now read the passage again with the focus
being to answer the "Key Ideas and Details"
questions on page 5.

1. Write your answers for each question in a
Word Document.
2. Title of page is "Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat".
3. Save/Name your document as Close Reading.
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