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Reading Comprehension for ELs Washington Association for Bilingual Education April 19, 2013. Ms . Rachael Robbins, NBCT Fourth Grade Teacher, English Curriculum Mrs. Heather Byington, NBCT Fourth Grade Teacher, Spanish & English Curriculum

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Reading comprehension for els washington association for bilingual education april 19 2013

Reading Comprehension for ELs

Washington Association for Bilingual EducationApril 19, 2013

Ms. Rachael Robbins, NBCT

Fourth Grade Teacher, English Curriculum

Mrs. Heather Byington, NBCT

Fourth Grade Teacher, Spanish & English Curriculum

Evergreen Elementary School – Shelton School District


Evergreen elementary school

Evergreen Elementary School


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Evergreen Elementary School

Evergreen Elementary School has implemented a dual language educational program with the vision of producing students who are:

* Bilingual in English and Spanish

*Bi-Literate in Spanish and English

*Achieving at or above grade level academically in both languages.

*Understanding and respectful of our multi-cultural society.


4 th grade literacy

4th Grade Literacy

  • CAFÉ (The 2 Sisters: Gail Boushey & Joan Moser)

    • C: Comprehension

    • A: Accuracy

    • F: Fluency

    • E: Expand Vocabulary


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4th Grade Literacy

  • Intermediate Grade Focus:

    • Comprehension

    • Expand Vocabulary

    • + Language Objectives


4 th grade literacy2

4th Grade Literacy

  • Modified “Pensieve”


4 th grade literacy3

4th Grade Literacy

  • Model Texts

    • The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo

    • The Invention of Hugo Cabretby Brian Selznick

    • Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume

    • Superfudge by Judy Blume

    • Dexter the Tough by Margaret Peterson Haddix


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4th Grade Literacy

  • Comprehension Strategies:

    • Making Predictions

    • Making Inferences

    • Identifying Main Idea

    • Cause and Effect

    • Character Analysis

    • Generalization


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4th Grade Literacy

  • Sentence Frames:

    • Making Predictions

    • Making Inferences


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4th Grade Literacy

  • Student Work:

    • Making Predictions

    • Making Inferences


Making inferences

Making Inferences

  • Anchor charts


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4th Grade Literacy

  • Main Idea &

    Sequencing:

    • Story Board

      Main Idea of

      Each Paragraph


Main idea of non fiction text

Main idea of non-fiction text

  • Finding main idea of each paragraph

    • Use the topic sentence to find main idea.

    • Recognize that some paragraphs require the reader to generalize, to find what the details in the paragraph have in common, to find the main idea.


Main idea of non fiction text1

Main idea of non-fiction text

  • Anchor chart


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4th Grade Literacy

  • Cause and Effect:

    • Anchor Chart

  • Character Analysis

    • Character Map


Higher order thinking

Higher Order Thinking

  • Synthesis- combining two comprehension strategies for deeper comprehension


Reading comprehension for els washington association for bilingual education april 19 2013

  • DEXTER THE TOUGH

  • At the beginning of the book, Dexter was mad at the Secretary, Janitor, Robin and the principal. He was mad at the secretary because she left him in the hallway. He was mad at the Janitor because he made the hallway too slippery. He was mad at Robin because in the bathroom, Robin was crying Dexter said to Robin to stop crying because he wanted to cry too and he said “don’t let anybody see you cry. He wanted to cry too, but he didn’t want to cry because he wasn’t a cry baby. He was mad at the principal because he asked Dexter, “Where are your parents?” This made him mad because he was already sad about his parents because they are in the hospital. Dexter was mad at his dad because his dad was sick. And Dexter didn’t like school. In the beginning of the book Dexter said that he was so tough that he could whatever he wants.


Reading comprehension for els washington association for bilingual education april 19 2013

  • At the beginning of the book, Dexter didn’t want to be friends with Robin because Dexter beat him up. Dexter thought that Robin told his mom that Dexter beat him up. Dexter and Robin couldn’t connect to each other to be friends because Dexter saw himself as a bad kid. Robin was a good kid. If Robin’s mom knew that Dexter beat up Robin, Robin’s mom would take Robin out of school. She won’t like Robin to be friends with Dexter. When Dexter’s dad called him and said that he was such a wonderful son that he has, Dexter was thinking about it and he thought that he wasn’t a wonderful kid because he had beat up Robin. Dexter told Robin that he was sorry that he hit Robin, but Robin said that he only hit him ones but Dexter said that he beat up Robin, but Robin said that it was only once.

  • At the end of the book, Dexter was Robin’s friend. When Dexter was writing about the story, he didn’t want to keep on writing the story, but Mrs. Abbott told him that he needed to tell the story because she wanted Dexter to forgive himself. Dexter forgave himself by telling the story, by letting himself look like a good kid and by letting himself be friends with Robin.

    By Daisy


Character analysis essay

Character analysis essay

  • Anchor chart


Reading comprehension for els washington association for bilingual education april 19 2013

  • Armand lived in Paris, France. I read this book that is called Family Under the Bridge.

  • In the beginning, Armand’s appearance was a dirty beard. His clothes were dirty. He had a lot of holes in them. Armand’s shoes had holes on the bottom, so he put metal. Armand never took a shower, and he smelled so bad. Armand at the end sewed his clothes, and Armand took a shower. I like to sow a lot of things, like blankets. He trimmed his beard, and he didn’t look like a hobo.

  • Armand’s attitude about relationships with others in the beginning was he wanted to be alone because the Calcets would steal his heart. He might have to taken responsibility because he is with the Calcets. He was mean and wouldn’t let the Calcets live with Armand. If he cared about others, he would have to care about the Calcets. Armand changed because he wanted to take responsibility because he got used to the Calcets.

  • Armand didn’t like to work because he was not used to it, so he would want to rest. Armand was worried because he could get hurt if he had to do a lot of work. He could fall and hit his head and have to go to the hospital. Armand might not get the job, and the Calcets will be sad. If Armand leaves the Calcets will be alone.

  • Armand changed because he wanted to get a house for the Calcets. He wanted the Calcets for grandchildren. This story is mainly about Armand from the beginning to the end.


Reading comprehension for els washington association for bilingual education april 19 2013

Questions


Reading comprehension for els washington association for bilingual education april 19 2013

Rachael Robbins

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Heather Byington

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