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  • ReadingComprehension Strategies!!Stacey DarchicourtReadingWritingSpeaking and ListeningLanguage

  • When Do I Use the Strategies?

    Before Reading

    Prior Knowledge

    Predicting

    Visualizing

    Questioning

    Making Connections

    During Reading

    Prior Knowledge

    Predicting

    Visualizing

    Questioning

    Making Connections

    SummarizingAfter Reading

    Visualizing

    Questioning

    Making Connections

    Summarizing

  • Predicting Prompts! What do you think will happen next? Based on what has already happened, I think After looking at the cover and reading the title, what do you think this book will be about? What clues do the pictures provide? I predict this because Was this prediction accurate? Why or why not? I learned Im wondering What would happen if?

  • Visualizing Prompts!What picture do you see in your head?What do you feel, see, smell, hear?How do the words or pictures make you feel?Can you connect the words to your own experiences?Does this text remind you of another text?

  • Making ConnectionsAs readers respond to text, they make connections. It is these connections to the text, to the world, to background information, and to experiences that make readers feel like the characters, connect to the story, or remember similar experiences.

    Ketch, A. (2005). Conversation: The comprehension connection. The Reading Teacher, 59, 8-13.

  • Text to SelfYou are connecting the story to your own life, experiences, and feelings.

    This reminds me of I understand how the character feels because The setting makes me think about another place .. I experienced this myself The text says _____ this reminds me of If that happened to me . I would

  • Text to TextYou are connecting the characters, setting, events, and information from one story to another.

    The character in this story is like the character in .. The setting in this story is the same as the setting in This event is like the event in These two stories are alike The information in this story is similar to the information I learned in .. This book reminds me of ________ because ..

  • Text to WorldYou are connecting the story to world history and events.

    This happened in real life .. This is like something I heard on the news. This happened when .. This story is similar to. This reminds me of the real world because

  • Summarizing PromptsWhat was the text about?What happened in the beginning, middle and end?Who are the characters? Where does the story take place? What is the problem and solution?What is the author trying to tell me? What is the main idea of the text and the supporting details?First, Next, Then, FinallyWhat did you learn from this text? (nonfiction)How would you tell someone about what you just read?

  • Summary Star1 wordfor anewtitle2 words about how it made you feel3 words to tell about the setting4 words to state the problem5 words to tell about the conclusion

  • Somebody, Wanted, But, So

    Somebody (Character)Wanted (what the somebody wanted)But (something happened)So (the result or solution)

  • Story Glove

  • Directions for Story GloveThumb: Stick people- represents the characters in the story. Who is this story mostly about? Who are the characters in this story?Index finger: House represents the setting of the story. Where and when did the story take place?Middle finger: Lock represents the problem in the story. What is the problem in this story?Ring finger: Key represents the solution to the problem in the story. How is the problem solved in this story?Pinky finger: Ladder represents the beginning, middle, and end of the story.Front of hand middle of palm: Light-bulb represents the main idea of the story. What is this story mostly about? What did the author want you to think about?Back of hand in middle: Heart represents personal connections to the story. Does this story remind you of anything that you know about? Does this story remind you of anything that you have experienced?

  • Using Storyline Online http://www.storylineonline.net/

  • Into the Bookhttp://reading.ecb.org/student/index.html