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SCENE. The Visual Imagery Strategy. Pre-Test. Today- Part 1: Our Purpose: How well you understand the information. Tomorrow- Part 2: Our Purpose: How well you remember what you read. Effort Grade- Do you best and you’ll get 100%. Pre-test directions.

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Scene

SCENE

The Visual Imagery Strategy


Pre test

Pre-Test

Today- Part 1: Our Purpose: How well you understand the information.

Tomorrow- Part 2: Our Purpose: How well you remember what you read.

Effort Grade- Do you best and you’ll get 100%.


Pre test directions

Pre-test directions

As you read the text, stop at each dot.

On your worksheet, next to the appropriate number, write a little about what you pictured in your mind while reading.

Read your SSR book when you’ve finished.


Comprehension pre test

Comprehension Pre-Test

Yesterday, you read some text and wrote notes about what you pictured as you read.

Today, you’ll be completing Part 2 of the pre-test, seeing how much you remember about what you read.


What is reading

What is reading?

Naming the words you see

Making your own sense of what you read

Fitting the new stuff in with what you already know

Making meaning- understanding and remembering


Success

SUCCESS


Why do we read

Why do we read?


Why learn scene

Why Learn SCENE?

Other students like you:

Before strategy- 34% mastery on comprehension

After strategy- 86% mastery on comprehension

If your grades improved from Fs to Bs, how might you feel?


S cene

SCENE

S- Search for picture words

Read just the first 2 or 3 sentences. While you read, look for “picture words.” These are words that you can turn into pictures in your mind.

The food

smelled delicious.

Example: Food


S search for picture words

S- Search for Picture Words

The sand

on the beach

was warm.


Picture word

Picture Word?

We ran across

the bridge.


Picture word1

Picture Word?

We hit

the target.


Picture words

In

Our

Where

Freedom

Hard

Liberty

Caring

Music

What

Flight

Around

Bright

Picture Words?


S c ene

SCENE

C: Create or change the scene.

After you read the first few sentences, you need to create a picture in your head showing where this scene takes place.

Answers the question: Where?

So, what is a scene? A place, backdrop, or location


C create or change the scene

C- Create or Change the scene

Example: “I was so tired, so worn out, inside my body and head and outside where my muscles was, I just fell into the bed with them cornshucks just rustling under me. I didn’t even wash up or take off my clothes like my mama made me to do.”

What are some picture words?


C create or change the scene1

C- Create or Change the scene

Picture Words

Body

Head

Muscles

Bed

Fell

cornshucks

“I was so tired, so worn out, inside my body and head and outside where my muscles was, I just fell into the bed with them cornshucks just rustling under me. I didn’t even wash up or take off my clothes like my mama made me to do.”

  • Create a scene

    • A small, dark shack, empty except for a homemade sack bed on the floor.


Sc e ne

SCENE

E- Enter lots of details

Details are the small parts of the picture you are creating.

Color of hair

Wall color

Decorations in the room

Inside or outside

Sunny or dark

Crowded or empty


E enter lots of details

E- Enter Lots of Details

“I was so tired, so worn out, inside my body and head and outside where my muscles was, I just fell into the bed with them cornshucks just rustling under me. I didn’t even wash up or take off my clothes like my mama made me to do.”

Search for picture words

Create a scene

Enter details

- young black girl who looks exhausted

- lying on bed fully dressed in an old, long dress and muddy, worn boots

- dusty, grey dirt covers her hands and her face is streaked with sweat through dirt


E enter details

E- Enter Details

Your turn: What details do you see in this section of text?

An old black woman, wearing a long grey gown is holding a candle in one hand and her head is wrapped.

She is shaking Clora’s shoulder hard and Clora’s eyes are barely opening.

“But the shakin’ kept up and somebody, Miz Elliz, was callin my name. ‘Clora, Clora child! Wake up! Wake up!’ Miz Elliz was the old woman who watched out for the babies while their mamas was in the fields.”


Sce n e

SCENE

N- Name the parts

Putting all of the information together into one word picture.

Example: I see a small, dark shack, empty except for a homemade sack bed on the floor. There is a young, thin black girl who looks exhausted. She is lying on bed fully dressed in an old, long dress and muddy, worn boots. Dusty, grey dirt covers her hands and her face is streaked with sweat through dirt.


Scen e

SCENE

E- Evaluate your picture

Check your picture with what you read and make sure it is accurate.

What if you keep reading and you find that something you pictured was wrong?

Make the change to your scene.


Scene review

SCENE Review

S- Search for picture words

C- Create the scene

E- Enter lots of details

N- Name the parts

E- Evaluate your picture


S c e ne grading

SCENE grading

Your “I see” statements need to have 6 parts.

I see a small, dark shack, empty except for a homemade sack bed on the floor. There is a young, thin black girl who looks exhausted. She is lying on bed fully dressed in an old, long dress and muddy, worn boots. Dusty, grey dirt covers her hands and her face is streaked with sweat through dirt.

Lime green- creates the scene- 1 point

Blue- details from the text- 3 points

Dark Green- details from my imagination- 3 points


Your turn

Your Turn!

Follow the SCENE steps to tell what you see from this text.

“I looked out over them beautiful fields, up into that beautiful sky so full of soft white clouds and the sun so warm and good to shine down on this earth. I saw tall beautiful trees, weavin’ and wavin’ in the winds that come from all crost the earth.”


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