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Interrogating The Text. 6 Reading Habits for Effective Engagement with Primary Sources and Secondary Sources Lucinda Evans, Professional Development Coordinator AIHE. MODIFIED FROM: “6 Reading Habits to Develop Your First Year at Harvard”. Too much for your students?

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Interrogating the text

Interrogating The Text

6 Reading Habits for Effective Engagement with Primary Sources and Secondary Sources

Lucinda Evans, Professional Development Coordinator

AIHE


Modified from 6 reading habits to develop your first year at harvard

MODIFIED FROM: “6 Reading Habits to Develop Your First Year at Harvard”

Too much for your students?

Student Concerns: Reading Level

Vocabulary

Comprehension

Style

Let’s look at the specifics of Common Core….


K 3 learning to read

K-3Learning to Read

  • Kindergarten: With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

  • 1st Grade: Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

  • 2nd Grade: Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text

  • 3rd Grade: Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.


5 12 reading to learn

5-12Reading to Learn

  • 4th Grade: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing references from a text.

  • 5th Grade: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

  • 6th Grade: Cite Textual Evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.


Getting ready for harvard

Getting Ready for Harvard?

  • If we do our jobs right Harvard better be ready for our 21st century students.


The key t o t his m ethod

The Key To This Method

  • The Educator is in control…

    • CHOOSE THE RIGHT SOURCE

    • DIFFERENTIATE AT THIS LEVEL

    • MODEL THE STRATEGY

    • REPETITION OF THE STRATEGY


Interrogating the text how to

Interrogating The Text: How To

  • Step 1: Preview The Text

    • Title

    • Text Style

    • Spacing

    • Author/Editor

    • Date

    • Headings/Sub-Headings

    • Images


Step one

STEP ONE

PREVIEW THE DOCUMENT


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Interrogating the Text

  • Step 2: Annotating

    • No highlighter-this distracts

    • Use the margins with words or phrases

    • Develop or design a system of symbols

    • Ask questions and notate them in the margins, top or bottom


Step two

STEP TWO

ANNOTATING THE DOCUMENT


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Interrogating the Text

  • Step 3: Outline, Summarize, Analyze

    • Outline: On a separate piece of paper or on the back of the paper, informally outline the text

    • Summarize: Connect your ideas from the outline into sentences that restate or argue the authors main points.

    • Analysis: What is the author asking you to believe? Is the author using facts, opinion or both? Do the authors facts or opinions convince me to believe what is being said?


Step three

STEP THREE

OUTLINE, SUMMARIZE, ANALYZE


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Interrogating the Text

  • Step 4: Repetitions and Patterns

    • Recurring images

    • Repeated words, phrases, examples

    • Characterization of people, events, or issues that indicate bias


Step four

STEP FOUR

REPETITIONS AND PATTERNS


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  • Step 5: Contextualize

    • Review your notes, symbols, questions

    • Reread the piece and review your outline/summary-did you get it right?

    • Recheck the date of publication and the publisher-does this change your view of the text

    • Does the place and time that you are interacting with the text influence your view/bias of the piece?


Step four1

STEP FOUR

CONTEXTUALIZE


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Interrogating the Text

  • Step 6: Compare and Contrast

    • Find a similar text or allow the students to find a similar text and begin again

      • Preview

      • Annotate your dialogue with the author

      • Outline/Summarize/Analyze

    • Has your thinking been altered by these texts

    • How are the texts similar and how are they different?

    • How have the readings affected your response the issues or themes in the course?


Putting it all together

PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER


Are you ready to try this

Are you ready to try this?

  • Step One: Preview the document

  • Step Two: Annotating the document

  • Step Three: Outline, Summarize, Analyze

  • Step Four: Repetitions and Patterns

  • Step Five: Contextualize

  • Step Six: Compare and Contrast


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