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Presented by Jennifer Leal and Cheryl Kelly [email protected] c [email protected] E-Guided Reading. ( RAH) 2 (AH) 3 + [ROMA(1+MA)]+(GA) 2 +(OOH)(LA ) 2. Today’s Meet. https://todaysmeet.com/e-Reading. How does one create meaning?.

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Presented by Jennifer Leal and Cheryl Kelly

[email protected]

[email protected]

E-Guided Reading


(RAH)2 (AH)3 + [ROMA(1+MA)]+(GA)2 +(OOH)(LA)2


Today’s Meet

https://todaysmeet.com/e-Reading


How does one create meaning?


Who or what can you thank for helping you create meaning with a variety of texts?


Reading Process


Varity of Texts

Text, Forms, Features

Supports and Challenges


firstChallenge


Brochures


Brochure

Why

To inform

To invite

To persuade

To market a product, attraction, or event

To create interest and goodwill


What

Single sheet, often folded, of promotional material advertising a product, attraction, or event


Features


SymbolsAbbreviationsDirections


Schedules and timetables


Contact information:address, phone, fax, Internet


Language may vary within one brochure from concise and factual (especially when giving information of price, responsibilities, reservations) to emotive and persuasive descriptions using superlatives and making comparisons with competitors.


Persuasive language, often including superlatives or unsubstantiated claims.


Vocabulary


Guarantee


Reservations


Responsibility


Warranty


Location


Color

Font

type size

&

layout are important


Varied layout, sometimes confuses the reader


Illustrative material often assumes greatest emphasis and space


Illustrative material often includes photographs portraying best aspects of subject and maps


Range from cheapest newsprint to glossiest art paper

Excerpts from Margaret E. Mooney’s Text Forms and Fractures p. 26


App for Daily Reading

News-O-Matic, Daily Reading for Kids


Technology in the classroom in not a new idea!


MSN


Show Me Your Learning

Brian Housand

“This is AMAZING! I am incredibly proud to have been the professor to have assigned this project. For the record this is significantly better than a paper, PowerPoint, Glogster, etc.”


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