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Active Reading Strategies. Improving Comprehension. Do you think about what you read? As you read silently, think about the 5 Reading Strategies:. Question. 2. Visualize. 3. Predict. 4. Connect. 5. Respond. 5 Active Reading Strategies:. 1. Question what you read.

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active reading strategies

Active Reading Strategies

Improving Comprehension

do you think about what you read as you read silently think about the 5 reading strategies
Do you think about what you read? As you read silently, think about the 5 Reading Strategies:
5 active reading strategies

Question

2. Visualize

3. Predict

4. Connect

5. Respond

5 Active Reading Strategies:
1 question what you read
1. Question what you read

Resources:Comprehension Strategy Poster

Good Reader Strategy Poster

ERT (Everyone Reads To) created by Greg Byers from Teaching

1 question what you read1
1. Question what you read
  • What questions come to your mind?
1 question what you read2
1. Question what you read
  • Why do the characters act as they do?
1 question what you read3
1. Question what you read
  • Who tells the story?
1 question what you read4
1. Question what you read
  • What causes events to happen?
1 question what you read5
1. Question what you read
  • When does the action peak or climax?
2 visualize
2. Visualize

Hmm…what do I see?

2 visualize1
2. Visualize
  • Create a picture in your mind
2 visualize2

She was

as...

It was

like...

2. Visualize
  • Make use of similes, metaphors, allusions
3 predict
3. Predict

I predict…

3 predict1
3. Predict
  • What do you think will happen? Prove it!

Resources: Anticipation Guides, Anticipation Template

3 predict2
3. Predict
  • Foreshadowing (clues)
3 predict3
3. Predict
  • Red Herring (false clues)
4 connect1
4. Connect
  • Text to Self
  • Bring your own experiences to the story.

Resources:Text to Self Worksheet

4 connect2
4. Connect
  • Text to Text
  • Make connections with other literature, movies, etc.

Resources:Text to Text Worksheet

4 connect3
4. Connect
  • Text to Real

World

This reminds me of…

Resource:Text to Real World Worksheet

5 respond1
5. Respond
  • What does the story say to you?

Resources:Response JournalStrategy: Use sticky notes to respond

5 respond2
5. Respond
  • What is the mood of the story?
5 respond3

The BIG Picture

5. Respond
  • What is the theme of the story?
5 respond4
5. Respond
  • What are the internal and external conflicts?
5 respond5
5. Respond
  • What is the tone of the story?
5 respond6
5. Respond
  • What literal meanings are in the story?
5 respond7
5. Respond
  • What symbols are in the story?