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  1. Active Reading Learn to Make Reading a 3-D Experience Using the 3 Phases of Active reading

  2. Questions you will be able to answer after you watch slideshow… • What is Active Reading? • Why is Active Reading Important? • What are the 3 phases of Active Reading? • Which actions steps are listed under each phase of Active Reading? • What are actions of a “good reader”?

  3. Active Reading Reading is more than sounding out words. It’s more than reading a “good story”.

  4. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process.

  5. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process. Engaged – (v) to interact, to be busy, to be doing something

  6. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process. Engaged – (v) to interact, to be busy, to be doing something

  7. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process. Engaged – (v) to interact, to be busy, to be doing something

  8. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process. Engaged – (v) to interact, to be busy, to be doing something Antonym – turn off, disinterest, ignore

  9. Active Reading • Benefits of Active Reading • Increases interest in reading • Improves comprehension of text • Creates a framework for effective reading • Helps readers better understand the world • Increases reader’s interaction with text

  10. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process. Good Readers THINK!

  11. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process. Good Readers think! • They think BEFORE they read.

  12. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process. Readers think! • They think BEFORE they read. • They think WHILE they read.

  13. Active Reading Active Reading is an engaged process. Readers think! • They think BEFORE they read. • They think WHILE they read. • They think AFTER they read.

  14. Active Reading Readers think! • BEFORE

  15. Active Reading Readers think! • BEFORE • WHILE

  16. Active Reading Readers think! • BEFORE • WHILE • AFTER

  17. Active Reading • 3 Phases of Active Reading • Before

  18. Active Reading • 3 Phases of Active Reading • Before • While

  19. Active Reading • 3 Phases of Active Reading • Before • While • After

  20. Active Reading: Phase I Before Reading

  21. Active Reading • Before Reading • Read Title/Read Captions

  22. Active Reading • Before Reading • Read Title/Read Captions • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs

  23. Active Reading • Before Reading • Read Title/Read Captions • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs • Read Summary

  24. Active Reading • Before Reading • Read Title/Read Captions • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs • Read Summary • Read Questions

  25. Active Reading • Before Reading • Read Title/Read Captions • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs • Read Summary • Read Questions • Read Author Information

  26. Active Reading • Before Reading • Read Title/Read Captions • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs • Read Summary • Read Questions • Read Author Information • Skim/Scan the Text

  27. Active Reading • Before Reading • Read Title/Read Captions • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs • Read Summary • Read Questions • Read Author Information • Skim/Scan the Text • Think About What You ALREADY Know

  28. Active Reading • Before Reading • Read Title/Read Captions • Observe Layout/Observe Pictures/Graphs • Read Summary • Read Questions • Read Author Information • Skim/Scan the Text • Think About What You ALREADY Know • Generate prediction

  29. Active Reading: Phase II While Reading

  30. Active Reading • While Reading • Ask questions about the characters

  31. Active Reading • While Reading • Ask questions about the characters • Ask questions about the events

  32. Active Reading • While Reading • Ask questions about the characters • Ask questions about the events • Ask questions about the setting

  33. Active Reading • While Reading • Ask questions about the characters • Ask questions about the events • Ask questions about the setting • Connect events within the story

  34. Active Reading • While Reading • Ask questions about the characters • Ask questions about the events • Ask questions about the setting • Connect events within the story • Connect events in story with other literature

  35. Active Reading • While Reading • Ask questions about the characters • Ask questions about the events • Ask questions about the setting • Connect events within the story • Connect events in story with other literature • Compare prediction to details revealed

  36. Active Reading: Phase III After Reading

  37. Active Reading • After Reading • Write Summary

  38. Active Reading • After Reading • Write Summary • Compare reading with other literature

  39. Active Reading • After Reading • Write Summary • Compare reading with other literature • Identify the purpose of literature

  40. Active Reading • After Reading • Write Summary • Compare reading with other literature • Identify the purpose of literature • Answer previously generated questions

  41. Active Reading • After Reading • Write Summary • Compare reading with other literature • Identify the purpose of literature • Answer previously generated questions • Discuss the literature

  42. Active Reading

  43. Now, answer these questions. Review the slideshow as needed. • What is Active Reading? • Why is Active Reading Important? • What are the 3 phases of Active Reading? • Which actions steps are listed under each phase of Active Reading? • What are actions of a “good reader”?