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Text Mapping 101. Mr. Benjamin Olewiler M.Ed. South Western School District Hanover, PA [email protected] 2013 KSRA Conference – Penn State University. Undergrad – Mt. St. Mary’s COLLEGE Teaching Experience: 1 Year York City School Dist. 1 Year Red Lion Area SD

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Text mapping 101

Text Mapping 101

Mr. Benjamin Olewiler M.Ed.

South Western School District

Hanover, PA

[email protected]

2013 KSRA Conference – Penn State University


Text mapping 101

Undergrad – Mt. St. Mary’s COLLEGE

Teaching Experience:

1 Year York City School Dist.

1 Year Red Lion Area SD

9 Years South Western SD – (Present)

Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction –

Penn State

  • Family – Kara and Karter

    • Seven Valleys, PA

    • Hunting

    • Softball

    • Cars

BIO


Text mapping

  • Where did it come from?

    • Dr. Jil Manga SWSD

    • Professional Development idea that went wild.

    • Any idea can be adopted and adapted to fit your needs

    • Text mapping was born.

Text Mapping?


Asking for directions

  • Text mapping is a “plan” for the trip you take through a book.

  • Don’t just “google” it, do your own research.

  • Using universal symbols for your map (Map Key) allows all students to find their way.

  • Text Mapping works fantastic for NON-Fiction text, however, can be adapted for Fiction.

  • Let’s get started…

Asking for directions:


Materials

  • Choose a book that fits your classroom.

  • Packet to match your book.

  • 5 colors – Yellow, Green, Orange, Blue, Pink

  • Post it notes

  • Do you have a “Reading A-Z” license?

    • Great resource for text mapping!

Materials:


Taking the trip

  • Titles – Yellow

  • Pictures/Illustrations - Green

  • Text Features – Pink

  • Vocabulary – Blue

    STOPPPPPPP READ…

  • Questions - Orange

Taking the trip.


Titles yellow

  • In place of the old “Picture Walk”

  • Titles Discussion:

    • Students can keep this on Text Mapping Cards

Titles – Yellow


Pictures illustrations green

  • Differentiate between “Pictures and Illustrations”

  • “Frames” 3 what I see… 1 what I think.

Pictures/Illustrations - Green


Text features pink

  • What is a “text feature?”

    • Fact boxes

    • Page numbers

    • Maps (How ironic)

    • Graphs/Charts

    • Captions

Text Features – Pink


Vocabulary blue

  • Bolded

  • Not always bolded?

  • What if they know it, do they still highlight?

  • Important words.

  • EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: On text on or above level, vocabulary should be explained and discussed.

Vocabulary – Blue


Finally time to read

  • Play the game “Don’t read yet!?”

  • The preview/acceleration is over, the “walk” is completed, now you can read.

FINALLY TIME TO READ!


Questions orange

Two Options:

  • Read then write 0R

  • Read AND write.

    Two types : ITL = In the Line Questions

    “It’s right there.”

    BTL = Between the Line Questions

    “I can’t find it.”

Questions - Orange


Worksheets tests

  • The map is drawn. Connect the dots.

  • Preview the test/work before answering the questions.

  • Map the work/tests that will match your map.

Worksheets/Tests


Adapt and adopt ideas

  • Non-fiction

  • Fiction

Adapt and Adopt Ideas


Scrapbooking

  • When the trip is over, review your scrapbook of memories.

  • Share your memories with others. Some may have the same memories as you do!

  • Where will the next map lead you?

“Scrapbooking”


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