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HOW TO READ A BOOK

Mark without reading carefully headings, passages, and phrases that seem important (youll read these more carefully on the second round.

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Reading Strategies: Helping Students Read Effectively

What can I learn from the section headings, title, conclusion? Have I identified the main thesis or argument? Have I reread (again) the confusing passages?

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Submitter: jimlamb26
Power Point Problems and Solutions

... is color blind Readability Font Font Size Headings 24 to 36 Other text 18 to 24 Source notes 14 Nothing smaller than 14 Readability Font Sans Serif Headings Serif ...

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Submitter: hasan
Reading Curriculum Guide

GR. 4: Use headings to locate where needed information is likely to be found. Gr. 5: Use headings to locate where needed information is likely to be found.

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Submitter: xavier1983
Research-Based Lesson Planning and Delivery Guide: Middle School

... Bring the students attention to the section headings and sub-headings in the text ... As students actively read their passages, they will identify what was available to ...

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Submitter: starfv
CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS - Reading Comprehension

Use titles, table of contents, and chapter headings to locate information in expository ... Compare and contrast information on the same topic after reading several passages or ...

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Submitter: fleekly
Success with Textbook Reading Study Skills

... textbook reading Materials: Photocopied sections of selected textbook featuring headings ... section just above heading on page 441) * *You may want to provide different passages to ...

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Submitter: mtpayne
Authors Purpose and Point of View

As a class, categorize the TV programs brainstormed earlier under these headings. Students should be able to justify and explain their answers.

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Summarize - The Reading Lady

Look at captions, pictures, words in bold, and headings for clues to the topic. What do they all have in common? Authors often plant important ideas in: Details ...

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Reading - Fourth Grade

Use common text features to enhance understanding (e.g., headings, key words, graphics ... Summarize selected passages. i. Distinguish between first and third person points of ...

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Submitter: mom4me
PowerPoint Presentation

Practice passages are organized by Flesch-Kincaid readability level in sets of five ... Arts period, Mr. Smiths class) Label six columns with the following headings- Last ...

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Submitter: idan
Text Structures

Headings/Subheadings; Topic Sentences; Summary Sentence; Graphic Features such as graphs, maps, etc. Text Organizers. Headings; Short/fragmented sentences

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Text Features

Boldface Charts Glossary Graphs Headings and Titles Index Maps When reading a map, pay attention to the following: Photos and Illustrations Preview Many ...

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Submitter: reinososcurry136
Interventions for Comprehension Summarizing events:

Use additional paragraphs or passages to help students learn to figure out the main ... the selection, look at the title or cover, scan the pages to read the major headings ...

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CAHSEE 2008 English-Language Arts Teacher Guide.

The structural features that appear in the reading passages include titles, headings, numbering/bulleting, graphics, tables of content, indices, glossaries, works cited ...

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Third Grade

... Distinguishing main idea from details Summarizing passages to demonstrate understanding Utilizing text features to gain meaning Examples: titles, headings, glossary ...

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Every Child a Reader and Writer

The headings are often used to show that the author is moving to a different topic. The table of contents and headings can be used to organize a summary of an ...

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Submitter: moomimespit
Core Content for

Students will distinguish between informative and persuasive passages. RD-O7-3.0.5. Students will distinguish between informative and persuasive passages.

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Submitter: eceactiolickkbb
No Slide Title

... The Title and Subtitle Chapter Introduction The First Paragraph Boldfaced Headings ... Website MyReadingLab TEST-TAKING TIPS: Reading Comprehension Test Passages

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Submitter: rulmer
Reading - Fifth Grade

Use common text features to enhance understanding (e.g., headings, keywords, graphics ... recognizing a common theme between two passages. 12. reflecting upon comprehension ...

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Submitter: mohammed-irfan
Procedural Text

Headings, subheadings, numbered steps, diagrams, photographs . are often used to help clarify instructions. Language. The text usually: is written in the simple present tense ...

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Submitter: elmer_harris
FOURTH GRADE READING

_____ 4.5 a Use text organizers, such as type, headings, and graphics, to. predict and categorize information _____ 4.5 i Identify new information gained from reading

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The IELTS Academic Reading Module

An overview of the IELTS Academic Reading Module Format 3 passages and 40 items ... chart Completion Labelling a Diagram Question Types, cont. Choosing Headings for ...

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Submitter: graysonjackson3000
Literary Indicator

2-2.5 Use headings, subheadings, and print styles (for example, italics, bold ... Analyzes passages of informational text to determine best topic sentence

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Submitter: tvolders
Research Style Guide

Later these notes are organized under appropriate headings. This ensures long passages are not copied. Many teacher use highlighters and photocopied passages to teach and ...

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READING Strategies Organizational Chart

Look at the headings, and skim the topic sentences of the paragraphs. Examine the ... As you read, generate additional questions by focusing on unclear passages, confusing ...

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LESSON TWO: Using text features

It may be desirable to display each of the passages on an overhead, Smart Board, NotePad, etc., for class discussion (as well as provide each student with a copy to read).

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Teaching Text Features

1 Introduction This strategy guide introduces an approach for teaching students how to identify informational text features, such as bold print, headings, and captions.

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Submitter: crystalsch
EVALUATING ACADEMIC READINESS FOR APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING ...

In Parts I through V, we will look at: I. Titles, headings and short descriptions as ... Paragraphs and passages are set up with a key sentence called a topic sentence.

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NON-FICTION STUDY

After they have written their individual headings, have the students meet with a partner to discuss their suggested headings and make changes as appropriate.

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Submitter: dimitrip
Reading expRess Lesson sampLeR Level F (Grade 6), Lesson 17 ...

Headings and Subheadings 17 LESSON Objectives Preteach the academic vocabulary headings, subheadings, and main idea Summarize the passages in each selection and review ...

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First Grade

Read with fluency simple passages containing simple sentences. Reading 40-60 words ... Examples: captions, headings, table of contents Writing and Language 8. Use complete ...

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Submitter: cinch66
Session 2: Reading Comprehension and Literary Response

... of texts are ones you read to find out information, not for pleasure Usually, they are laid out so that you find information fast The structural features like headings ...

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Submitter: ggeorge
Window

... Grading Criteria (Based on 100 Point Scale) Four Passages Theme Narrative Style Favorite Quote Analysis Four MLA, Parenthetical Formatting Four Citation Headings Theme ...

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Submitter: roosky95
Anchor Chart of Tips for Reading Nonfiction

Using headings and signposts to the information we want. Strolling through the pictures in order to orientate ourselves to the text. Not reading the text in order

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Submitter: jschmader34
Non-Chronological Reports

Use headings and sub-headings to outline the key idea of each paragraph Write clearly dont confuse the reader Keep to the facts: a report should be factual if ...

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