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Active Reading Strategies: Nonfiction. Glencoe Literature p.424-425. Evaluate : Make judgments about what you read. Ask yourself: Is this statement a fact or an opinion? Does this information really support the thesis? Do I agree with the writer’s opinions and interpretations?

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active reading strategies nonfiction

Active Reading Strategies:Nonfiction

Glencoe Literature p.424-425

evaluate make judgments about what you read
Evaluate:Make judgments about what you read.

Ask yourself:

  • Is this statement a fact or an opinion?
  • Does this information really support the thesis?
  • Do I agree with the writer’s opinions and interpretations?
  • What does this action reveal about this person?
review pause often to think about what you have read
Review:Pause often to think about what you have read.

Say to yourself …

  • The main idea is …
  • Details supporting this thesis include…
  • The steps in this process are …
  • The writer’s purpose is to …
use active reading strategies to fill in the chart on the handout
Use Active Reading Strategies to fill in the chart on the handout
  • Theme: Identity
  • Key Passages With Context:

On the train to Buchenwald, Elie witnesses his fellow prisoners fighting over bread thrown into the train. The fight starts to break up, and “When they withdrew, next to me were two corpses, side by side, the father and the son. I was fifteen years old”(96).

evaluate what does this action reveal about the character
Evaluate:What does this action reveal about the character?

Elie is still able to be shocked, even after all he has gone through at the camps already.

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Review:What is the writer’s purpose in this passage? What does the writer want you to see, feel, or understand?

Wiesel wants us to see how the camps and the death march drove people to extremes. This son is so desperate for food, he is willing to kill his father for a piece of bread.

now continue the chart on your own don t forget the back it deals with the theme of survival
Now continue the chart on your own. Don’t forget the back! It deals with the theme of survival.
cloze concept review
CLOZE: Concept Review
  • The two main ___________________ reading _____________________ we learned about today were ________________________ and _________________________. When you ____________________________ a text, you make ______________________________ about what you are reading. When you __________________________ a text, you _____________________ often to think about what you have read. Both strategies are important in helping you to fully _______________________________ a text.