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During Island. After Island. Before Island. Treasure of Comprehension. The Isles of Reading. “There is more treasure in books than in all the pirates' loot on Treasure Island and best of all, you can enjoy these riches every day of your life.” ― Walt Disney Company.

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    1. During Island After Island Before Island Treasure of Comprehension The Isles of Reading

    2. “There is more treasure in books than in all the pirates' loot on Treasure Island and best of all, you can enjoy these riches every day of your life.” ― Walt Disney Company

    3. Please put these dates in your calendar or student planner 2/7 2/21 3/7 4/4

    4. 1st Stop Before Reading Island Arr Mates before we pillage the text, lets set a purpose for reading. We are going to scupper that by: 1. Preview text to see what type of passage it is. 2. Look at the question to analyze where we can find the answer. 3. Underline the key word in the question to determine what reading standard is targeted.

    5. Open up the FCAT 7th Released Test None of us will be marooned on reading island today! Turn ye booklet to page 2

    6. Captain Queen (teacher) Modeling Watch as I demonstrate how to do the BEFORE reading strategies. Ye better pay attention ye scurvy dogs or you will walk the plank!

    7. What Before Reading Strategies did I use? Sail ho! Raise your hand to volunteer an answer on the microphone or you can type it in the chat pod

    8. What Before Reading Strategies did ye Captain use? • Read the title and subheadings. Ask yourself- What do I think this is going to be about? • Look at map, charts and pictures. Why did the author put these in the passage? • Look at the passage as a whole? What kind of genre is this passage? Is it a fictional story, informational, persuasive?

    9. Come about. It’s time for Pirate Practice Now its ye turn to practice the previewing strategy. Turn to page 7 and preview the next passage.

    10. Aho mates- Use these Before Strategies while you smartly preview • Read the title and subheadings. Ask yourself- What do I think this is going to be about • Look at map, charts and pictures. Why did the author put these in the passage? • Look at the passage as a whole? What kind of genre is this passage? Is it a fictional story, informational, persuasive?

    11. Share Hey ho! Raise your hand to volunteer to share ye Previewing you did as you skimmed the passage

    12. Bucko- we aren’t quite done yet with the before reading To fully swab the deck on BEFORE Island, we got to take a careful look at the questions and do the following strategies. Turn back to page 4 and 5

    13. QARQuestion/ Answer Relationship By knowing what kind of questions you have at your heel the easier it will be for ye to seek ye comprehension treasure

    14. In the Book QARs Right There X Thing and Search (Put It Together)

    15. Right There Questions The words used to make up the question and words used to answer the question are "right there" (usually in the same sentence of the text).

    16. Think and Search The answer is in the text, but you must put together different pieces of information to find it.

    17. In My Head QARs Author and Me On My Own

    18. Author and Me The answer is not in the text. You need to use your Background Knowledge, what the author tells you, and how it fits together.

    19. On My Own The answer is not in the text. You need to use your Background Knowledge to answer these questions.

    20. Captain Queen (teacher) Modeling Watch as I demonstrate how to do the BEFORE reading strategies. Ye better pay attention ye scurvy dogs or you will walk the plank!

    21. QAR Symbols Right There X Think and Search *Author and Me B

    22. QAR Symbols Right There X Think and Search Author and Me B

    23. What Before Reading Strategies did I use? Sail ho! Raise your hand to volunteer an answer on the microphone or you can type it in the chat pod

    24. Come about. It’s time for Pirate Practice Now its your turn to practice the QAR. Turn to page 9 and practice determining what relationship each question has.

    25. QAR Symbols Right There X Think and Search Author and Me B

    26. Share Hey ho! Raise your hand to volunteer to share ye QAR findings you did as you scanned the questions.

    27. One last thing today ye boatswains If ye really want that comprehension treasure at the end, the best belay task is to figure out what type of reading skills they are askin ye. It will pay off handsomely if ye do this.

    28. Reading Standards Types Main Idea and Details M/I Plot- Story Elements P (character, theme, setting, plot) Words and Phrases W/P Author’s Purpose A/P Text Feature and Structure T Compare and Contrast C/C Cause and Effect C/E Inference- drawing conclusions I

    29. Question Stem document

    30. Captain Queen (teacher) Modeling Watch as I demonstrate how to do the BEFORE reading strategies. Ye better pay attention ye scurvy dogs or you will walk the plank!

    31. Reading Standard Abbreviations B B W/P Word and Phrases M/I Main Idea P Plot A Author’s Purpose C/C Compare and Contrast C/E Cause and Effect T Text feature or structure I Inference or draw conclusion

    32. Reading Standard Abbreviations x W/P Word and Phrases M/I Main Idea P Plot A Author’s Purpose C/C Compare and Contrast C/E Cause and Effect T Text feature or structure I Inference or draw conclusion

    33. What Before Reading Strategies did I use? Sail ho! Raise your hand to volunteer an answer on the microphone or you can type it in the chat pod

    34. Come about. It’s time for Pirate Practice Now its your turn to practice the QAR. Turn to page 9 and practice underlining key words in the question and amazing which reading standard it is targeting.

    35. Reading Standard Abbreviations W/P Word and Phrases M/I Main Idea P Plot A Author’s Purpose C/C Compare and Contrast C/E Cause and Effect T Text feature or structure I Inference or draw conclusion

    36. Reading Standard Abbreviations W/P Word and Phrases M/I Main Idea P Plot A Author’s Purpose C/C Compare and Contrast C/E Cause and Effect T Text feature or structure I Inference or draw conclusion

    37. Share Hey ho! Raise your hand to volunteer to share ye standards abbreviation you found as you read the question.

    38. 1st Stop Before Reading Island Arr Mates ye have reached the end of the Before Reading Island. In our next session in our journey, we will stop of at During Reading Island See you on Friday 2/21

    39. 2nd Stop DURING Reading Island • Ahoy • Welcome back to our quest for seeking the comprehension treasure. • Today we are going to look at: • Thinking Aloud while reading • Reciprocal Reading

    40. “Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.” ― John Locke―

    41. Open up the FCAT 7th Released Test None of us will be marooned on reading island today! Turn ye booklet to page 2

    42. 2nd As ye read you want to put yourself in the reading to deepen your understanding The best way to do this is the think aloud and have ye VICS the passage.

    43. VICS Visualize InquiryConnect and Clarify Summarize

    44. Visualize Have a movie camera running in your head

    45. Inquiry Ask Questions What? Why? When? Where? How?

    46. Connect Text to Text Text to Media Text to Self Make Connections with the text while you read

    47. Clarify Use details from the text to try and answer inquiry questions and evaluate if your predictions were accurate. How?

    48. Summarize Fiction Somebody Wanted But So Then Nonfiction Something Happened And Then