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Agenda: September 10 th Day 1. Bell Ringer: True or False? If you forget your SSR book, you can go get it from your locker. You may share a pillow with a friend. You must complete an SSR journal prompt every cycle. Journal responses can be as long or as short as you want. SSR

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agenda september 10 th day 1
Agenda: September 10th Day 1
  • Bell Ringer: True or False?
    • If you forget your SSR book, you can go get it from your locker.
    • You may share a pillow with a friend.
    • You must complete an SSR journal prompt every cycle.
    • Journal responses can be as long or as short as you want.
  • SSR
  • Where I’m From grades
  • 6 Active Reading Strategies
      • Notes
      • Practice with The Maze Runner
  • Start homework
why is it important to use reading strategies
Why is it important to use reading strategies?
  • Keep your mind focused on what you’re reading
  • Help you better understand what you’re reading
  • Help you connect personally to what you’re reading
  • Help you remember what you’re reading
visualize
VISUALIZE
  • Good readers create pictures in their minds while they read.
  • Imagine the characters, action, and setting of the text.
  • Use your senses to activate the “movie” in your head
    • I can picture…
    • The movie in my head shows…
    • I can taste/hear/smell/feel the…
question
QUESTION
  • Good readers ask questions, before, during, and after reading.
  • Ask questions of the author, yourself, and the text.
    • What do I already know about this topic?
    • How would I feel if this happened to me?
    • Why did…?
    • Who is…?
    • What would happen if…?
    • Why did the author include this information?
  • See if the text answers your questions.
clarify
CLARIFY
  • Clarify means to make CLEAR
  • Good readers pause and reread if they are feeling confused.
  • Ask yourself… Can I explain to someone else what I just read? If not:
  • Look up confusing words or ask for help
    • Oh, I get it . . .
    • Now I understand . . .
    • This makes sense now . . .
    • No, I think it means . . .
    • At first I thought (fill in the detail),but now I think . . .
    • This part is really saying . . .
connect
CONNECT
  • Good readers find connections between the text and…
    • Their lives
    • Other books, movies, or songs
    • Events, people, or issues in the world
    • That reminds me of…
    • This made me think of…
    • I read another book that…
    • I saw a movie that also…
    • I remember when…
    • I can relate to this character’s feelings because…
predict
PREDICT
  • Guess what will happen next
  • Your prediction should be based on evidence from the book
  • Read to confirm or revise your prediction.
    • I predict that…
    • I bet that…
    • I think that…
    • Since this happened (fill in detail), then I bet the next thing that is going to happen is…
    • Reading this part makes me think that this (fill in detail) is about to happen.
evaluate
EVALUATE
  • Form opinions about the story both as you read and when you finish.
  • JUDGE the author, characters, and plot
    • This is good/bad because…
    • This is hard because…
    • I like/don’t like how the author…
    • I like/don’t like this character because…
    • I like/don’t like this part because…
    • My favorite part so far is…
    • My opinion of the ending is…
visualize the maze runner
VISUALIZE: The Maze Runner
  • I can picture…
  • The movie in my head shows…
  • I can taste/hear/smell/feel the…
question the maze runner
QUESTION: The Maze Runner
  • What do I already know about this topic?
  • Why did…?
  • Who is…?
  • What would happen if…?
  • How would I feel if this happened to me?
  • Why would the author include this information?
clarify the maze runner
CLARIFY: The Maze Runner
  • Were there any parts of this passage that confused you the first time you read it?
  • Are there any words or phrases that you’re not sure about?
connect the maze runner
CONNECT: The Maze Runner
  • That reminds me of…
  • This made me think of…
  • I read another book that…
  • I saw a movie that also…
  • I remember when…
  • I can relate to this character’s feelings because…
predict the maze runner
PREDICT: The Maze Runner
  • I predict that…
  • I bet that…
  • I think that…
  • Since this happened (fill in detail), then I bet the next thing that is going to happen is…
  • Reading this part makes me think that this (fill in detail) is about to happen.
evaluate the maze runner
EVALUATE: The Maze Runner
  • This is good/bad because…
  • This is hard because…
  • I like/don’t like how the author…
  • I like/don’t like this character because…
  • I like/don’t like this part because…
  • My favorite part so far is…
  • My opinion of the ending is…
closure
Closure
  • Pick two reading strategies and define them with your partner.
agenda september 11 th day 2
Agenda: September 11th Day 2
  • Bell Ringer (reading strategies matching)
  • SSR
  • Finish Maze Runner examples
  • Reading Strategies practice scenarios with partner
  • On your own: Practice with The Hunger Games