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
Strategy 3 – Making Connections. V.Garrett-Meade (Learning & Support Teacher) 2013. 3-2-1 Team Teaching lesson reflection. 3 - positive ideas from the lesson…. 2 – things I might do differently… 1 – new idea I took away with me ( literacy/student engagement/other)…. EmbeddedBy nituna
2/17 - Movie Monday. Silently, watch the video and read the translations! The commercial is from Thailand! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPOVwKPMG8o Answer the following questions in your journal: What did you observe?By tyra
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
About conclusions. Introductions and conclusions can be the most difficult parts of papers to write. While the body is often easier to write, it needs a frame around it. An introduction and conclusion frame your thoughts and bridge your ideas for the reader .By bridgetc
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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:
Do Good Readers Make Good Reading Teachers?. A Marikina City Division - Wide Project for the Improvement of Teaching Reading . Background. The 2010 – 2011 National Achievement Test (NAT) Results show the following data: 1. For Grade 3, there is an overall decrease
Readers. a means of reading text. What are readers?. Inputs a stream Outputs a String Unicode is produced from ASCII input Manage the translation from non ASCII input ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange EBCDIC – Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code.
Readers. DigiReader Series Digital Proximity Readers Magnetic Stripe Readers w/ keypad option FastLane Access Optical Turnstile Smart Contactless Reader Biometrics. Pick the technology that suits the application. Digital proximity Magnetic stripe Keypad Multiple technology
Classic readers. It was written by … ( Past Simple Passive ). b y Eva Viñas. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. was written by …. William Shakespeare. Arthur Conan Doyle. Homer. Charles Dickens. Romeo and Juliet. was written by …. William Shakespeare. Arthur Conan Doyle.
Readers Theater. Readers Theater. Intrigue and excitement!. What is Readers Theater?. Used as an after reading activity, Readers Theater offers an engaging opportunity as a cooperative or shared reading of a piece of literature.
Raising Readers. A Service Learning Model MLA 2010 Lisa Stuart and Judy Lander. Introduction.
SOS. Basal readers !*:!/?. BY SALLY ANDERSON. HOOK THEM?. BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE. PREP THEM. GET THEM TO READ. GET THEM TO READ ABOUT THE READING. GET THEM TO THINK AND REFLECT. GET THEM TO WRITE. GET THEM TO CONNECT. GET THEM TO RESEARCH. GET THEM TO BE METACOGNATIVE.