Reader’s Response Letter. Required Elements. Date Greeting Paragraphs indented Author & Title of the book Brief Summary Response to the Focus Topic Make a Connection Closing Signature Neat handwriting!!. Brief Summary. Tell me what happened in your book using your own words!By hedda
Reading instruction… it’s not just “sound-it-out” anymore! Presented by Melanie Condon. So, if they don’t “sound-it-out”, what do they do?. Look at the pictures! Think about what makes sense! Get your mouth ready for the first sound! Reread and try again!By galvin-middleton
Reading Response Letter. Required Elements. Date Greeting Paragraphs indented Author & Title of the book Brief Summary Response to the Focus Topic Make a Connection Ask Questions Closing Comments Closing Signature. Brief Summary.By uriel-witt
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Good Readers make Good Writers. Gill Matthews Stephanie Austwick Kevin Jeffery The Professional Literacy Company. Introduction The context – Reading Detectives New Orders for English The Units – KS1 fiction KS2 fiction Non-fiction – the research process
Good readers make good learners. Jack Scholes Email: email@example.com. OVERVIEW Intensive x extensive reading Why? Research studies How? Ground rules Getting started Time to read – DEAR After reading. 2. Why? Research studies show that extensive reading improves:
Lesson 17 Good Readers: Make Connections Text-to-World Expectations: 1. Listen carefully 2. Work hard 3. Be responsible. Review:. Homophones: words with the same pronunciation but different meanings. Ex: site/sight pair/pear bat/bat
Do Good Readers Make Good Reading Teachers?. A Marikina City Division - Wide Project for the Improvement of Teaching Reading . Background. The 2010 – 2011 National Achievement Test (NAT) Results show the following data: 1. For Grade 3, there is an overall decrease
Good Readers. How to interact with a text. Good Readers. Make connections Good readers relate what they read to their own lives by connecting it to prior knowledge, looking for similarities between the text and what they have experienced. Good Readers. Ask questions
Good Readers…. Point to the words!. Look at the pictures for help. Good Readers…. Get your mouth ready!. Good Readers…. Look for hidden words or chunks!. Good Readers…. Skip over a word and go back!. Good Readers….
Lesson 15 Good Readers: Make Connections Text-to-Self Expectations: 1. Listen carefully 2. Work hard 3. Be responsible. Review:. Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings.
Make Connections!. Increase Your Professional Learning Network with Technology Session 332 Alabama Educational Technology Conference 2013. Your Hosts. Dr. Reenay Rogers Assistant Professor Educational Research & Instructional Technology Department of Instructional Leadership & Support
What makes good readers good ?. They use reading strategies!. A strategy is a plan to get from one place to another. Strategies for Reading. Good readers uses these strategies to help gain a better understanding of what they read. Good readers PREDICT.
Make some connections. What does the skeletal system and the circulatory system have in common? Red marrow is the side of blood cell formation! Blood provides the skeleton with what it needs to work. What about the muscular system and blood? Delivering Oxygen to muscles.