Making Connections. Connections are ways that readers relate to what they are reading as they try to better understand the reading. There are three main types of connections that readers make as they read text:. Text-to-Text. Text being read. Text-to-Self. Text-to-World.By urvi
The Lives of a Cell Notes of a Biology Watcher. By: Lewis Thomas Analysis by. About Lewis Thomas (1913-1993). Physician, poet, etymologist, essayist, educator, and researcher. Born in Flushing, NY in 1913. Attended Princeton and Harvard Medical.By patsy
Making Connections. Ashley Brown Westwood Elementary, 2005. What are Connections?. Connections are links that readers can make between what they are reading and things they already know about. Why should we make connections?.By imani-short
What we learned in Reader’s Workshop during September and October. We are readers!. During reader’s workshop we learn about and practice the skills and strategies that avid readers use when they read!. I love reading books about letters!. Readers choose books they are interested in.By oberlin
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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
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
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.
Strategies of Effective Readers: Making Connections. Ms. Stahl & Ms. Lynch Professional Development Literary Action Plan December 7, 2011. Pre-Reading Strategies: Teacher Reflections. In what ways did our pre-reading strategies support you in reading/writing in your content area?
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 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.
Helping Students Make Science Connections. Many of London’s works were set in a time and place that students will not be familiar with.
Playing games to make connections. Our TA Project: An Analysis of Early Results. Valeri Lantz-Gefroh, Improvisation Coordinator Elizabeth Bass, Director of the Alda Center Marvin O’Neal, Director of Introductory Bio Labs Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science,