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What do your shoes say about you?. Here Are My Shoes!. Shoes I don’t Own. I’m not really into bowling!. Shoes I don’t Own. Too Honkey Tonkey. I’m thinking these are too small. I’m not graceful!. These are SOO NOT a good idea!. Too Frilly!. I Pick Just Right Books !. I choose a book

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shoes i don t own1

I’m not really into bowling!

Shoes I don’t Own

Too HonkeyTonkey

I’m thinking these are too small.

I’m not graceful!

These are SOO NOT a good idea!

Too Frilly!

i pick just right books
I Pick Just Right Books!

Ichoose a book

Purpose: Why do I want to read it?

Interest: Does it interest me?

Comprehend: Am I understanding what I am reading?

Know:I know most of the words.

day 1 purpose
Day 1 Purpose
  • Why do you want to read?
    • Make a list with your group.
    • What did your group think of? (Share responses.)
why mrs robinson reads
Why Mrs. Robinson reads
  • For Fun!
  • To learn something new.
  • To kill time on a long car ride.
  • To relax and have some time to myself.
  • For a research project.
what do readers read
What Do Readers Read?
  • Homework Alert!!!!
    • SHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!
        • Your job is to spy on readers and make a secret list of WHY readers read and WHAT they are reading.
        • You get to be a private eye/ detective.
        • Don’t tell anyone that you are watching them.
        • Bring your list to Reader’s Workshop tomorrow and we will discuss your observations.
day 2 share observations
Day 2- Share Observations
  • Yesterday we talked about why we read and you had a secret homework operation! Lets share what you observed about readers
i pick just right books1
I Pick Just Right Books!

Ichoose a book

Purpose: Why do I want to read it?

Interest: Does it interest me?

Comprehend: Am I understanding what I am reading?

Know:I know most of the words.

day 2 interest
Day 2- Interest
  • Why do you want to read it?
  • What are you interested in?
  • Take the survey
  • Chat with a partner about what was most important to you
interest
Interest
  • Chat with a partner about what was most important to you on the survey.
  • What did you learn about your partner that you didn’t know before?
  • How do you think that this activity will influence the types of books you read?
i pick just right books2
I Pick Just Right Books!

Ichoose a book

Purpose: Why do I want to read it?

Interest: Does it interest me?

Comprehend: Am I understanding what I am reading?

Know:I know most of the words.

day 3 comprehension
Day 3-Comprehension
  • Talk to your table about:
    • How do you know if you are understanding what you are reading?
    • What are some ways you can check if you understand what you’ve read?
    • Some tips I use:
      • Read a paragraph or page.
      • Ask myself, “What did I just read about?”
      • Ask myself, “What might happen next?”
lets try it the history of skateboarding from the concrete wave
Lets Try It! The History Of SkateboardingFrom "The Concrete Wave"

Skateboarding has rich history of innovation and is full of intriguing stories. Many of these stories are documented.

The first type of skateboards were scooter-like contraptions that date back to the early 1900's. They featured roller skate wheels attached to a two by four. Tens of thousands of rollerskates were dismantled and joyfully hammered on to planks of wood.

history of skateboarding from concrete wave cont
History of Skateboarding from Concrete Wave cont.

In the 1950's modifications were made to the trucks and kids started to maneuver more easily. Towards the late 1950's, surfing became increasingly popular and people began to tie surfing together with cruising on a board.

By the time the 1960's rolled around, skateboarding had gained an impressive following. However, when Larry Stevenson and his Makaha company promoted the product, designs of professional boards peaked performance, enabling higher function and execution of maneuvers.

a brief history of skateboarding
A Brief History of Skateboarding

Skateboarding was first started in the 1950s, when all across California, surfers got the idea of trying to surf the streets. No one really knows who made the first board because many people came up with the idea at the same time. A few people have claimed to have invented the skateboard first, but no one knows for sure who was first.

The first skateboarders started with a wooden board that had roller skate wheels slapped on the bottom.

Like you might imagine, a lot of people got hurt in skateboarding's early years! It was a sport just being born and discovered, so anything went.

Later on, the companies started making skateboards to sell. At that time skateboarding was seen as something to do for fun after surfing.

i pick just right books3
I Pick Just Right Books

Ichoose a book

Purpose: Why do I want to read it?

Interest: Does it interest me?

Comprehend: Am I understanding what I am reading?

Know:I know most of the words.

day 4 know
Day 4- Know
  • Think of how you can check if you know most of the words.
  • Talk to a partner.
  • Share with the group.
    • Read a page.
    • Are there more than 2-3 words you don’t know?
day 4 know1
Day 4- Know
  • What are some tips you can try if you get stuck on a word?