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  1. The Reading and Writing Processes (Reading) Chapter 3

  2. The Reading and Writing Processes • Overview • Objectives • Key Terms

  3. The Reading Process • A transactive process • Involves complex negotiations between text and reader which is shaped by reader’s • Knowledge of topic • Purpose for reading • Language culturally expectations based on experiences

  4. The Reading Process (cont.) • Aesthetic Reading • Reading for enjoyment • Efferent Reading • To gain information

  5. Stages in the Reading Process • Stage 1: Prereading • Activate/build background knowledge • Set purposes for reading • Preview the text (Tompkins, G.E. & Hoffner, H.)

  6. Stages in the Reading Process • Stage: 2: Reading • Read independently, with a buddy, using shared reading, guided reading, or listen to the text read aloud • Read the entire text from beginning to end or read one or more sections to learn specific information • Apply strategies and skills • Read the illustrations, charts, and diagrams (Tompkins, G.E. & Hoffner, H.)

  7. Stages in the Reading Process • Stage 3: Responding • Respond in reading logs • Discuss the text with classmates and teacher (Tompkins, G.E. & Hoffner, H.)

  8. Stages in the Reading Process • Stage 4: Exploring • Reread and think more deeply about the text • Examine the author’s craft • Learn vocabulary words • Participate in minilessons (Tompkins, G.E. & Hoffner, H.)

  9. Stages in the Reading Process • Stage 5: Applying • Create a project • Connect with related books • Value the reading experience (Tompkins, G.E. & Hoffner, H.)