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DEDICATION,For my dear husband Rob,who encourages me to pursue my dreams. Scholastic Inc grants teachers permission to photocopy the reproducible pages of this book for classroom use only No other part of this. publication may be reproduced in whole or in part or stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic. mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise without written permission of the publisher. For information regarding permission write to Scholastic Inc. 557 Broadway New York NY 10012,Cover design by Josue Castilleja. Interior design by Holly Grundon,Illustrations by James Hale. ISBN 0 439 38782 5,Copyright 2003 by Anina Robb,All rights reserved Published by Scholastic Inc. Printed in the U S A,1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 40 09 08 07 06 05 04 03.
40 Graphic Organizers That Build Comprehension During Independent Reading Anina Robb Scholastic Teaching Resources. Introduction,The Benefits of Independent Reading 6. Making Independent Reading Work in Your Classroom 7. Getting Students Ready to Read 8,How to Use This Book 11. Record Keeping,Part 1 Forms,My Reading Agreement A Contract 13. My Reading Log A Record 14,Word Wallets Building Vocabulary 16. Part 2 Ready,Get a Sneak Peek Previewing 18, Preview and Predict Balloons Making Predictions 19.
Hooked to the Book Making Connections 20,a Strategic. Strategies for Reading Fiction 21,Read the Future Predict Support Adjust 23. Picture This Visualizing 24,Follow the Guide Retelling 25. Pop the Question Questioning 27,Sum It Up With Storyboards Summarizing 28. Strategies for Reading Nonfiction 29, My Personal Thinking and Learning Record Activating Prior Knowledge 31.
Get Behind the Scenes Finding Key Information 5 W s and H 32. Identifying Fact and Opinion 33,Venn Diagram Compare and Contrast 34. Build With Details Main Idea and Details 35,Strategies for Reading Poetry 36. Say It Your Way Paraphrasing 37, Hop on the Sensory Express Noticing Sensory Details 38. 40 Graphic Organizers That Build Comprehension During Independent Reading Anina Robb Scholastic Teaching Resources. Part 4 Students,Understand,Fiction 40,Paint a Portrait Character Map 43. What a Character Character Traits 44,What s the Problem Problem Actions Outcome 45.
Follow the Footsteps Sequence 46,Map It Out Story Structure 47. Narrative Fan Summarize 48,Beginning to End Character Development 49. Folk and Fairy Tales 50,Are You Up to the Test Identifying Tasks 52. Magic Powers Elements of Folk and Fairy Tales 53, Heros and Heroines With Heart Inferring Character Traits 54. What Is It Like Simile 57,Show Off the Shape Concrete Poetry 58.
Trip Over Your Tongue Alliteration 60,Meaningful Sounds Onomatopoeia 61. Nonfiction 63,The Road to Success Biography 65,Fact O Gram Informational Books 66. I Wonder Questioning 67, Keep in Time Sequence String Chronological Order 68. Once I Making Connections 70, Treasure Hunt Elements of Newspapers and Magazines 71. Read All About It The 5 W s and the News 72,What I Know About Words Using Prior Knowledge 76.
Web a Word Word Questioning 77,Word Links Making Connections 78. Words in the World Sensory Language Chart 79,Professional Resources 80. 40 Graphic Organizers That Build Comprehension During Independent Reading Anina Robb Scholastic Teaching Resources. Introduction, T his book is not for me Tanisha pranced up beside me waving her. new copy of Stone Fox in front of her face,Why not I asked. This book is for boys Anyway it never snows like this she pointed to the. book cover in the Bronx Tanisha had a point I thought to myself How could. I entice her to dig into this great story Tanisha was from Puerto Rico and was. currently living in a shelter with her mother and brother Her father died in a. work related accident last summer and Tanisha was still mourning this loss A. book about a dogsled race had nothing to do with her life But I had suggested. the story because I thought Tanisha could connect to its theme of overcoming. obstacles as well as the feeling of hope in Willie s story I knew that Tanisha had. suffered like Willie But I also knew she has a lively spirit that would not be. Try it Tanisha I nudged It s about this boy whose grandfather is. She interrupted My father died last summer Tanisha looked at the. book again, Why can t it be about a girl she asked But not waiting for my answer.
she walked back to her desk reading the back cover again. Tanisha was reluctant to read Stone Fox because she didn t think she d be able. to relate to the story This book is for boys But since I knew Tanisha and her. history I suspected that she would be able to connect to the main character to. his strength and grief And she did Tanisha read and reread Stone Fox many times. that year each time finding something new that deepened her understanding of. Teachers educators and parents continually ask students to read all sorts of. materials instructions novels newspapers tests web sites poems reference. books and a multitude of other genres Hooking students like Tanisha to books. 40 Graphic Organizers That Build Comprehension During Independent Reading Anina Robb Scholastic Teaching Resources. during independent reading helps them build their skills so they can approach. other reading tasks with confidence The recipe for success is simple The more. students read the more fluent readers they become Regular reading builds. vocabulary as students meet words in different contexts Equally important. regular reading builds students background knowledge including their knowledge. of people places nature and how things work The graphic organizers in this. book will help you and your students get the most out of independent reading. time making it invaluable time for everyone,The Benefits of. Independent Reading, stablishing an independent reading program has helped both my students. E and me Independent reading allows me to teach a heterogeneous class of. students reading at many different levels While students are eagerly engaged in. reading practicing their skills applying strategies building background knowl. edge I am free to meet and conference with individual students Children who. wrote I hate reading on their reading surveys now protest when the lights flash. signaling the end of independent reading In an independent reading program. each student from below grade level readers to proficient ones has a chance to. succeed monitor his or her improvement and challenge himself or herself. What Research Says About,Independent Reading, In addition to my own classroom experience the research clearly. demonstrates that independent reading helps all readers build their skills. Here are some highlights from recent research, According to Fielding and Pearson recent research shows that less able. dependent readers and grade level proficient readers all benefit from. independent reading, Richard Allington showed that when teachers give dependent readers.
chunks of time to read during the school day they make more progress by. reading fine literature than from completing skills worksheets day after day. The best way to improve reading is to read read read. 40 Graphic Organizers That Build Comprehension During Independent Reading Anina Robb Scholastic Teaching Resources. Making Independent Reading,Work in Your Classroom, have found it helpful to develop a classroom that is based on the independent. I reading life Here are some things that I do in my classroom to facilitate inde. pendent reading, Offer students choices in the books they read Let them select from several. books at their independent or comfort reading levels. Help students find books that interest them At the beginning of the school. year students complete Reading Interest surveys so I can get to know them. better as individual readers, Present short but lively book talks and invite other teachers in to introduce. new books to the students These talks whet students appetites for new. Read Aloud several times a day This shows your students how important. reading is to you Read Aloud will quickly become a treasured time in your. class that neither you nor your students will want to skip. Share some personal stories about your reading life with the students Tell. them about a great book or a magazine or newspaper article that you ve read. Reserve class time 20 30 minutes a day for independent reading. Encourage students to find a comfortable space when they read Under a. desk on a pillow and sitting against a wall are some favorite reading places. in my classroom, Set aside time for students to talk about a favorite book with classmates. This discussion will inspire other children to read. Every class has its own personalities abilities and pace I hope that you will. find as I have that independent reading is a great way to turn each student into. an active motivated participant in his or her own learning. 40 Graphic Organizers That Build Comprehension During Independent Reading Anina Robb Scholastic Teaching Resources. Getting Students Ready to Read, elping students get ready to read can make a huge difference in their atti.
H tude toward a particular book I encourage my students to set a purpose for. reading every time so they have a goal from the beginning I share with them my. reasons for reading and ask them to discuss theirs Talking about reading builds. excitement for the process and makes our classroom a vital place. In addition to setting a purpose I ask students to preview texts and use the. strategies in Part II to get them ready to read Taking the time to get ready to read. increases motivation and is an important part of our independent reading program. Why Do You Read, To build students motivation to read invite them to explore. their purposes for reading Help them understand the many. reasons for reading by asking them Why do you read and. How does it make you feel Follow up by sharing some of. your reasons for reading which may include the following. FUN Reading is a great way to entertain yourself, EASE Reading happens automatically every day You read signs. headlines and food labels, MEANING Reading teaches you new facts and helps you. discover new ideas, INFORMATION Reading helps you understand the world around. you You can learn about current events and computers You can. learn how to play the piano or make a cake, APPRECIATION Reading a well crafted poem story novel letter.
or article can develop an appreciation of the writer s craft and. teach you to read like a writer, Refer to this discussion often and encourage students to. consider their own purposes for reading specific pieces. 40 Graphic Organizers That Build Comprehension During Independent Reading Anina Robb Scholastic Teaching Resources. Choosing the Right Book, When I walk into the local library and see all of the novels lining the shelves that. run up and down the entire first floor I get a little overwhelmed How do I know. which book to choose, The first thing I consider is my purpose for reading Is it enjoyment Well. then a mystery novel or a romance might do Or do I want to reread a book that. I didn t really get into the first time, After I ve decided upon my purpose for reading I can narrow my selection The. key to success for all readers is to select books that they are comfortable reading This. way readers develop fluency expand their vocabulary and most of all enjoy reading. The Just Right Book, Once students have found a book that interests them the five finger method is.
an easy tool they can use to decide if a book is just right for them in terms of. reading level Ask your students to turn to any page in the book they have. chosen If there are more than five words on the page that the student cannot. pronounce or doesn t understand the book is too hard Suggest that the student. save the book for another time Or if it s appropriate you might offer to read it. aloud to the class Partner up students as they select books having a partner. ensures the students will monitor each other, Demonstrate the five finger method to your class by thinking aloud. and explaining that some books are even too hard for you to read Stress that. independent reading should be fun and not a chore,Think Aloud. Finding the Right Book, Yesterday I was in the library looking for a book to give me some more infor. mation on taking care of my new kitten I found a section of books meant just. for veterinarians I opened to the first page but there were so many medical. words and terms that I couldn t understand it at all I became aggravated. Then I realized that the book was too difficult for me to be helpful So I put. that book back on the shelf and chose another one that was for new cat. owners Everything in that book was clearly explained Plus there were great. pictures that illustrated the directions I knew that this was the book for me. 40 Graphic Organizers That Build Comprehension During Independent Reading Anina Robb Scholastic Teaching Resources. Honor Those First Responses, The first response readers have to a text is important and must be valued. The initial reaction is what bonds readers to books often by linking readers. personal experiences to the characters or situations We must validate these. first responses but then we must encourage students to take another look at. the story because I thought Tanisha could connect to its theme of overcoming obstacles as well as the feeling of hope in Willie s story I knew that Tanisha had suffered like Willie But I also knew she has a lively spirit that would not be kept down Try it Tanisha I nudged It s about this boy whose grandfather is very ill She interrupted My father died last summer

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