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C S R. Hit the right arrow button when your group is ready to start. Preview. Go around and share what you wrote in the previewing step. You do not have to share everything, but everyone must say at least one thing. Section 1: Read.

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C s r

CSR

Hit the right arrow button when your group is ready to start.


Preview

Preview

  • Go around and share what you wrote in the previewing step.

  • You do not have to share everything, but everyone must say at least one thing.


Section 1 read

Section 1: Read

Quickly decide how your group will read: one person reading (everyone else follows), switch off reading (everyone follows), silently and alone.

  • Read Section 1

    Make sure everyone can see the text and hear the reader.

  • STOP at the end of section 1


Click and clunk

Click and Clunk

Each person, by themselves, write down any clunks you have.


Click and clunk1

Click and Clunk

As a group, discuss your clunks. Start with the ones that more than one person had.

Remember, you may NOT just tell someone what a word means! Walk each other through the steps, give hints, ask questions. TEACH – don’t tell.


Get the gist

Get the Gist

As a group, decide:

  • WHO or WHAT is this section mostly about?

  • WHAT are the most important things you learned about that who or what?

  • Take your ideas and turn them into 1-2 well written sentences that include only the most important details.


Section 2 read

Section 2: Read

Quickly decide how your group will read: one person reading (everyone else follows), switch off reading (everyone follows), silently and alone.

  • Read Section 2

    Make sure everyone can see the text and hear the reader.

  • STOP at the end of section 2


Click and clunk2

Click and Clunk

Each person, by themselves, write down any clunks you have.


Click and clunk3

Click and Clunk

As a group, discuss your clunks. Start with the ones that more than one person had.

Remember, you may NOT just tell someone what a word means! Walk each other through the steps, give hints, ask questions. TEACH – don’t tell.


Get the gist1

Get the Gist

As a group, decide:

  • WHO or WHAT is this section mostly about?

  • WHAT are the most important things you learned about that who or what?

  • Take your ideas and turn them into 1-2 well written sentences that include only the most important details.


C s r

Read

Quickly decide how your group will read: one person reading (everyone else follows), switch off reading (everyone follows), silently and alone.

  • Read Section 3

    Make sure everyone can see the text and hear the reader.

  • STOP at the end of section 3


Click and clunk4

Click and Clunk

Each person, by themselves, write down any clunks you have.


Click and clunk5

Click and Clunk

As a group, discuss your clunks. Start with the ones that more than one person had.

Remember, you may NOT just tell someone what a word means! Walk each other through the steps, give hints, ask questions. TEACH – don’t tell.


Get the gist2

Get the Gist

As a group, decide:

  • WHO or WHAT is this section mostly about?

  • WHAT are the most important things you learned about that who or what?

  • Take your ideas and turn them into 1-2 well written sentences that include only the most important details.


After reading questioning

After Reading: Questioning

Each person on their own, write three questions that someone could answer after reading the text carefully.


After reading questioning1

After Reading: Questioning

As a group, ask and answer questions. You may ask questions through…

  • Partners (two people back and forth)

  • To-the-left (go around the circle)

  • Hot Seat (ask your question to one specific person)

  • Each person must answer at least one question.

  • If someone gets a question wrong, be kind and polite in helping them figure it out or providing the answer.


After reading review

After Reading: Review

Each person on their own, write what you think are the 1-2 most important things to remember about this text.


After reading review1

After Reading: Review

Together as a group, share your ideas. You do not have to share everything, but each person must say at least one thing.


After reading review2

After Reading: Review

Together as a group, come up with one group statement. Everyone should have the exact same statement on their paper.


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