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Open books open minds

Dec 31, 2015

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Jeremy Pitts

Open books open minds. KWL Chart. Reading. Bottom-up models. Comprehension. meaning. longer text. sentences. phrases. word recognition. letter and sound recognition. Phonics approach. Intensive reading. Top-down models. Reading begins with reader background knowledge. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Open books open minds

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KWL Chart

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Reading

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Bottom-up models

meaning

longer text

sentences

phrases

word recognition

letter and sound recognition

ComprehensionComprehension

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Phonics approach

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Intensive reading

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Top-down models

predictionspredictions

confirm or rejectconfirm or reject

predictionspredictions

background knowledge

Reading begins with reader background knowledgeReading begins with reader background knowledge

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Extensive reading

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Interactive models of reading

comprehensioncomprehension

Reader background knowledge

Individual letters and sounds

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Jigsaw reading

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Jigsaw reading

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Reading techniques

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Reading techniques

Scrambled storiesScrambled stories

Information transferInformation transfer

Contextual guessingContextual guessing

ScanningScanning

SkimmingSkimming

ParaphrasingParaphrasing

Passage completionPassage completion

Cloze exerciseCloze exercise

Extensive readingExtensive reading Making inferencesMaking inferences

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Pre-While-Post Framework

Pre-readingPre-reading

• develop an interest

• motivate

• activate their backgroung knowledge / schemata

• introduce key vocabulary

• give purpose for reading

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Pre-While-Post Framework

While-readingWhile-reading

• check predictions

• understand the text

• develop reading skills

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Pre-While-Post Framework

Post-readingPost-reading

• work further with the text• topic• content • vocabulary• functions

• grammar• speak• listen and/or write • personalize

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Reading lesson plan

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Plan a reading lesson

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Plan a reading lesson

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Plan a reading lesson

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Plan a reading lesson

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Plan a reading lesson

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Plan a reading lesson

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Reading lesson plan

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KWL Chart

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I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

I can read in red. I can read in blue.I can read in pickle color too.I can read in bed, and in purple, and in brown.I can read in a circle and upside down!I can read with my left eye. I can read with my right.I can read Mississippi with my eyes shut tight!

There are so many things you can learn about.But…you'll miss the best things If you keep your eyes shut.The more that you read, the more things you will knowThe more that you learn, the more places you'll go.

If you read with your eyes shut you're likely to findThat the place where you're going is far, far behindSO…that's why I tell you to keep your eyes wide.Keep them wide open…at least on one side.

Dr. Seuss

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