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9th Grade Strategic Reading

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Jennifer Powell

on 17 January 2013

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Transcript of 9th Grade Strategic Reading

Organizing Text Organizing Text Chronological: information in the passage is organized in order of time.

Example: Jack and Jill ran up the hill to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after.
People are bombarded daily with information.
Knowing the purpose for reading helps determine what's important.
Reader's need to distinguish between:
Fiction and nonfiction
Important from unimportant information
This strategy works great in conjunction with a nonfiction unit of study.
Determining Importance Usually referred to as "reading between the lines". This strategy usually involves:
Forming a best guess using evidence -- context clues, picture clues, etc.
Making predictions
Drawing conclusions
Finding meaning of unknown words

Questions--do you know how to question??
Questions help students clarify and deepen understanding of the text they are reading.
Drawing Inferences and Ask Questions Thinking evolves through a process.
Reader's thinking changes as they gather more information.New information makes the reader re-evaluate their schema to form new schema.

R Record
E Edit
S Synthesize
T Think

Schema- A representation of a plan or theory in the form of an outline or model.scheme - diagram - plan - outline - sketch – design
Synthesizing Information Cause and Effect:The results of something are explained.Example:The dodo bird used to roam in large flocks across America. Interestingly, the dodo wasn’t startled by gun shot. Because of this, frontiersmen would kill entire flocks in one sitting. Unable to sustain these attacks, the dodo was hunted to extinction.
Review/Test
Preparation Strategic Reading 9th Grade People are bombarded daily with information.
Knowing the purpose for reading helps determine what's important.
Reader's need to distinguish between:
Fiction and nonfiction
Important from unimportant information
This strategy works great in conjunction with a nonfiction unit of study. Determining Importance People are bombarded daily with information.
Knowing the purpose for reading helps determine what's important.
Reader's need to distinguish between:
Fiction and nonfiction
Important from unimportant information
This strategy works great in conjunction with a nonfiction unit of study. Determining Importance People are bombarded daily with information.
Knowing the purpose for reading helps determine what's important.
Reader's need to distinguish between:
Fiction and nonfiction
Important from unimportant information
This strategy works great in conjunction with a nonfiction unit of study. Determining Importance
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