Day 4 Reading and Responding to Expository Text. Linguistics, Language, and Literacy. Day 4 Schedule. Welcome/Warm up Activity Learning Styles Activity Expository Text Define Standards Trace The Reading Process Pre-Reading/Skimming Annotation
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Day 4 Reading and Responding to Expository Text
Linguistics, Language, and Literacy
When the speaker discusses a topic, then restates it using different words or symbolism. It is used to drive home a point and to give special emphasis to the text.
Ask students to mark one word in the paragraph that will help them remember an important detail in the paragraph.
Directions in workbooks
Articles from the internet
Student school magazines
Give way to pressure or force
To re-adjust into a straight line or into proper coordination.
To bring about a result. To fix conclusively or authoritatively
Association or organization formed for a specific purpose usually for a temporary amount of time.
Tell about a hobby that you have and discuss how it could possibly help others.
As you read the story about Justin Lebo use ONE of the following pre-reading activities:
The learner will be able to:
Give some reasons why a state would decide to abolish it’s death penalty?
Listen to the First Paragraph of the story…
What is the author’s purpose ?
Who is in charge of a cattle drive? Explain the roles of each job.
What are two dangers cowboys face?
A Cowboy’s Life
Geoffrey C. Ward
Let’s take a look at the strategies that we have used in today’s work shop……..