Deep Reading Strategies
What Good Readers Do:
Keys to Comprehension
See, Think, WOnder
Schema + Evidence = INference
What Good Readers Notice
Notice and Note in Fiction
Identifying Text Structures
Notice and Note in Non-Fiction
Reading Like a Writer
The Power of Poetry
The focus of today’s session will be based around Interactions in the classroom and attempting to get 90% engagement, data collection and qualitative observations of desired behaviors
Goal: Create a resource bank with strategies for high level of engagement and interaction to begin being used on Monday.
Open a new word document/title a blank page Resource Bank. You will individually be creating a resource bank for great strategies for high engagement, interaction, and opportunities for everyone in the class to practice their language development. Please be sure to write legibly because this resource may be shared with others (wink, wink).
With a colleague, watch the following videos to that we can understand what is meant by interaction.
Takes notes about what interaction means and identify a few strategies that you might want to take into your classroom. Write them down in your resource bank. If you need to do further research online to dive deeper into the strategy. This is a good time to do so.
Next take a look at the provided documents and choose 5-10 new strategies for increased interaction. After understanding what they are, define the strategy writing how it might work in YOUR CLASS/SUBJECT AREA. Link this definition to an upcoming class activity if possible.
- ex. Clock Partners – When I am doing my read aloud will do my check for comprehension should talks with my clock partners. I will ask students to explain their understanding of _____ plot____ by locating their 9 o’clock partner after 3 minutes of reading aloud.