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Active Reading. Learn to Make Reading a 3-D Experience Using the 3 Phases of Active reading. Questions you will be able to answer after you watch slideshow…. What is Active Reading? Why is Active Reading Important? What are the 3 phases of Active Reading?

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active reading

Active Reading

Learn to Make Reading a 3-D Experience

Using the 3 Phases of Active reading

questions you will be able to answer after you watch slideshow
Questions you will be able to answer after you watch slideshow…
  • What is Active Reading?
  • Why is Active Reading Important?
  • What are the 3 phases of Active Reading?
  • Which actions steps are listed under each phase of Active Reading?
  • What are actions of a “good reader”?
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Active Reading

Reading is more than sounding out words.

It’s more than reading a “good story”.

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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

Engaged – (v) to interact, to be busy, to be doing something

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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

Engaged – (v) to interact, to be busy, to be doing something

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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

Engaged – (v) to interact, to be busy, to be doing something

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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

Engaged – (v) to interact, to be busy, to be doing something

Antonym – turn off, disinterest, ignore

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Active Reading
  • Benefits of Active Reading
    • Increases interest in reading
    • Improves comprehension of text
    • Creates a framework for effective reading
    • Helps readers better understand the world
    • Increases reader’s interaction with text
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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

Good Readers THINK!

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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

Good Readers think!

  • They think BEFORE they read.
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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

Readers think!

  • They think BEFORE they read.
  • They think WHILE they read.
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Active Reading

Active Reading is an engaged process.

Readers think!

  • They think BEFORE they read.
  • They think WHILE they read.
  • They think AFTER they read.
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Active Reading

Readers think!

  • BEFORE
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Active Reading

Readers think!

  • BEFORE
  • WHILE
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Active Reading

Readers think!

  • BEFORE
  • WHILE
  • AFTER
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Active Reading
  • 3 Phases of Active Reading
    • Before
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Active Reading
  • 3 Phases of Active Reading
    • Before
    • While
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Active Reading
  • 3 Phases of Active Reading
    • Before
    • While
    • After
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Active Reading
  • Before Reading
    • Read Title/Read Captions
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Active Reading
  • Before Reading
    • Read Title/Read Captions
    • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs
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Active Reading
  • Before Reading
    • Read Title/Read Captions
    • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs
    • Read Summary
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Active Reading
  • Before Reading
    • Read Title/Read Captions
    • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs
    • Read Summary
    • Read Questions
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Active Reading
  • Before Reading
    • Read Title/Read Captions
    • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs
    • Read Summary
    • Read Questions
    • Read Author Information
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Active Reading
  • Before Reading
    • Read Title/Read Captions
    • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs
    • Read Summary
    • Read Questions
    • Read Author Information
    • Skim/Scan the Text
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Active Reading
  • Before Reading
    • Read Title/Read Captions
    • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs
    • Read Summary
    • Read Questions
    • Read Author Information
    • Skim/Scan the Text
    • Think About What You ALREADY Know
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Active Reading
  • Before Reading
    • Read Title/Read Captions
    • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs
    • Read Summary
    • Read Questions
    • Read Author Information
    • Skim/Scan the Text
    • Think About What You ALREADY Know
    • Generate prediction
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Active Reading
  • While Reading
    • Ask questions about the characters
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Active Reading
  • While Reading
    • Ask questions about the characters
    • Ask questions about the events
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Active Reading
  • While Reading
    • Ask questions about the characters
    • Ask questions about the events
    • Ask questions about the setting
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Active Reading
  • While Reading
    • Ask questions about the characters
    • Ask questions about the events
    • Ask questions about the setting
    • Connect events within the story
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Active Reading
  • While Reading
    • Ask questions about the characters
    • Ask questions about the events
    • Ask questions about the setting
    • Connect events within the story
    • Connect events in story with other literature
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Active Reading
  • While Reading
    • Ask questions about the characters
    • Ask questions about the events
    • Ask questions about the setting
    • Connect events within the story
    • Connect events in story with other literature
    • Compare prediction to details revealed
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Active Reading
  • After Reading
    • Write Summary
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Active Reading
  • After Reading
    • Write Summary
    • Compare reading with other literature
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Active Reading
  • After Reading
    • Write Summary
    • Compare reading with other literature
    • Identify the purpose of literature
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Active Reading
  • After Reading
    • Write Summary
    • Compare reading with other literature
    • Identify the purpose of literature
    • Answer previously generated questions
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Active Reading
  • After Reading
    • Write Summary
    • Compare reading with other literature
    • Identify the purpose of literature
    • Answer previously generated questions
    • Discuss the literature
now answer these questions review the slideshow as needed
Now, answer these questions. Review the slideshow as needed.
  • What is Active Reading?
  • Why is Active Reading Important?
  • What are the 3 phases of Active Reading?
  • Which actions steps are listed under each phase of Active Reading?
  • What are actions of a “good reader”?
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