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What does it mean to make predictions?
to think about what may happen next based on prior knowledge.
Ask when, where, why, how, who or other questions
When you make a connection you...
try to understand the passage.
see a picture in my head
form a link between what is happening in the text.
Asking when, where, why, who, how and other questions to clarify the text are known as...
When you visualize, what are you doing?
summarizing the text
see a picture in my head from the text.
making a conclusion that is not stated in the text.
Relate what you are reading to something that you already know about a topic is called?
Which reading strategy would include painting a picture in your mind as you read?
When you wonder about what is going on during the story, and are writing down your thoughts, it is called...
When annotating, you should look for which of the following?
Things you question
Things that stand out / are important
All of the above
What is it called when you make an educated guess about what will happen next in the text?
Summarizing and Synthesizing
Making pictures in your mind as you read to help you "see" what you are reading.
Determining what's important
Making an inference
What is it called when you relate what you are reading to the world, yourself or other texts?
What might a good sentence starter for making connections be?
This reminds me of...
My opinion about this is...
I like how the author...
One technique we can practice to help us with connecting is to
Look up words we are unsure of
Make an assumption about what we read
Connect what we read to our current lives
Draw out what we picture
What strategy involves asking good questions to keep us more mentally engaged with what we read?