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  1. PASIT Keeping the School on the Same Page

  2. PASIT • Preview the Text • Access Prior Knowledge • Set the Purpose • Interact with the Text • Take Notes

  3. Preview the Text • Examine headings and sub-headings • Examine bulleted lists • Examine pictures, captions, charts, graphs, and illustrations • Analyze the genre and text structure

  4. Preview Critical Vocabulary • Focus on understanding • Examine vocabulary conceptually • Use the words daily • Post words around the room

  5. Access Prior Knowledge • Identify the topic • Think about what you already know about the topic • Write or discuss what you know about the topic

  6. Set the Purpose • Understand the assignment • Analyze text structure • Learn to read differently for different purposes • Reader’s purpose/author’spurpose

  7. Reader’s Purpose • Learn new information • Learn how to do something • Pass a test • Gain information about life and people • Others?

  8. Author’s Purpose(Must be Inferred) • Show results/effects • Describe • Classify • Criticize • Mock • Expose a wrong (deprecate) • Extol a right (praise) • Inquire • Negotiate • Recommend • Shock • Enrich • Challenge • Inform • Explain • Teach • Entertain • Tell a story • Amuse • Share ideas • Convince/persuade • Create something beautiful • Express • Remember • Compare/contrast • Show causation • Critique/evaluate • Review • Explicate

  9. Interactwith the Text What is reading but silent conversation? Walter Savage Landor

  10. Text Interaction Helps Students • Stay attentive (actively think as you read) • Use text structure • Pick out the main idea • Critically interact with text • Remember key concepts

  11. “We learned how to organize our books.” Philip

  12. “I learned how to learn from the text better.” Regina

  13. General Uses • Main ideas • Supporting detail • Text annotation:  *   ! • Margin notes • Commentary • Summary statements

  14. Other Uses • Points of comparison and contrast • Causes and effects • Points of sequence • Text previews • Signal words • Post-it quizzes

  15. Take Notes Write what questions you have about the text.

  16. PASIT – Guided Practice • Read “Teens Part With Privacy With A Quick Click”. • Before Reading: • # your paragraphs • While reading: • circle words like privacy and technology • box new or unfamiliar words • underline author’s main claims Exit Ticket: Write what each letter of PASIT stands for. (5 pt Assessment grade)

  17. Claim • An arguable statement made by an author that is then supported throughout the article.

  18. PASIT – Independent Practice • Read “Texting Changes Life for Teens, Families”. Before Reading: • # your paragraphs • While reading: • circle words that are repeated frequently • box new or unfamiliar words/vocabulary • underline claims that are pro texting • put a squiggly line under claims that are cons or against texting • Think Pair Share: Share the marks you made on your paper with your elbow partner • What is the author’s purpose? Write what the purpose is, and explain how you know. Cite at least one example.