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  1. Plore Strategy for Reading

  2. P= Preview • Circle Title – Make a prediction • Picture walk—predict what it is about • Fiction or Non-fiction— F NF • Narrative or Expository—Genre??? Preview the passage – Activate prior knowledge

  3. L= Locate • Locate bold, underlined, or italicized words • Read around the wordfor context clues of word meanings • Decide on a meaning and plug it into the sentence to test the meaning • Encountering unknown vocabulary

  4. O= Organize • Read the Questions • Underline key words – Circle words that need to be focused on in the question • Remember: questions give information about characters/events, facts/details that occur in the passage (this is a preview of what will be read) • Organize the Questions to locate the main idea

  5. R= Read • Read the passage once without stopping • Pay attention to your prediction, words you defined, and information that you recognize in the passage from the questions you will answer • Record the main idea

  6. E= Evaluate • Reread questions & locate proof in the story • Write the answer you located next to the question <before you look at the answers> • Eliminate choices that don’t make sense • Answer the question • Evaluate & Ensure Evidence of answers

  7. Circle Title • Is it Fiction or Non-Fiction F NF • Make Predictions Preview story Locate words Organize ?s Read Evaluate • Bold, Italicized, or underlined words • Read the sentence and define the word—predict a meaning • Does the definition make sense? (Plug it into the sentence.) P L O R E • Cover the answers • Make notes in the story • Underline KEY words • Read the passage or poem • Reread the question • Find the proof that answers the question in the passage • Write the proof by the question, then look at the answers given • Answer the question