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Building Success with Benchmark Education’s Bookroom Collections! Meadow Lake Elementary November 2011 Elisa Brente -Fair elisa@visionsforelarning.net. Developmental Reading Behaviors Over Time. Emergent Use mostly information from pictures May attend to and use some features of print

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Building Success with Benchmark Education’s Bookroom Collections!

Meadow Lake Elementary

November 2011

Elisa Brente-Fair

elisa@visionsforelarning.net

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Developmental Reading Behaviors Over Time

Emergent

Use mostly information from pictures

May attend to and use some features of print

May know some words and how print is used

Respond to text with own experiences

Early

Rely less on pictures

Increase control of early reading strategies

Know several frequently used words

Read familiar text with fluency

Exhibits some strategies-monitoring, cross-checking, self-correction

Transitional

Full control of early strategies

Use multiple sources to gain meaning

Large core of frequently used words

Rely little on pictures

Read longer, more complex texts

Self-Extending

Use all source of information flexibly

Read with phrasing and fluency

Read multiple genres

Read much longer, more complex texts

Advanced

Acquire important tools for learning through reading

Higher level strategies still under development

Sustain reading

Adapted from:

Matching Books to Readers: Using Leveled Books in Guided Reading K-3 by Irene C. Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell.

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Nonfiction Text Features

Fonts and Special Effects

titles and headings

boldface and color print

italics

bullets

captions

labels

Graphics

diagrams

cutaways

cross sections

overlays

distribution maps

word bubbles

charts, tables, graphs

framed text

illustrations and photographs

Text Organizers

index

preface

table of contents

glossary

appendix

Content Area Reading: Literacy and Learning across the Curriculum by Richard T. and Jo Anne L. Vacca; Longman, 1999.

Text Structure Indicators

Cause and Effect/

Problem and Solution

because

since

therefore

consequently

as a result

if...then,

Description

to begin with

most important

also

in fact

for instance

for example

Sequence

on (date)

not long after

now

as

before

after

when

then

finally

Comparison and Contrast

however

but

instead

on the other hand

either…or

although

while

text dependent question types
Text-Dependent Question Types
  • Vocabulary - use context clues
    • Definitions, descriptions, synonyms, examples
  • Level 1 - Answers are in the text.
    • Facts and details
  • Level 2 - Answers are in the text but may be in more than one place.
    • Identify cause and effect, compare and contrast, identify sequence or steps in a process, identify stated main idea and supporting details
  • Level 3 - Answers are inferred or implied.
    • Make inferences, draw conclusions, make predictions, analyze character
  • Level 4 - Answers require the reader to think like the author.
    • Evaluate author’s purpose and point of view, analyze text structure and organization