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3rd Grade - Pre-Reading Strategies

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Develop and use pre-reading strategies (e.g., identify a purpose for reading {for information, for enjoyment, for understanding a writer's position}, make predictions using text features {illustrations, graphics}, preview text using illustrations, graphics, text format, text structures, and skimming). 0301.6.1


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1. Author's Point of View.

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A lesson on understanding the author's point of view. (six questions in this practice.)  SEE MORE
 
2. Author's Purpose and Point of View.

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A PowerPoint show related to this standard [22 slides] that includes an explanation and a review. Must be downloaded. SEE MORE
 
3. Author's Purpose Battleship.

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Answer the questions in this Quia quiz to sink the battleship. This activity includes questions for your students to check their understanding  SEE MORE
 
4. Author's Purpose Interactive Practice Sites.

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A collection of resources at Internet4Classrooms.  SEE MORE
 
5. Author's Purpose Worksheets and PowerPoint Shows.

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Internet4classrooms resource page of worksheets and PowePoint shows. SEE MORE
 
6. Author's Purpose.

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Read the title of each book, decide what the author's purpose is and then choose your answer. (10 item quiz)  SEE MORE
 
7. Identify Author's Purpose.

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Review this interactive lesson on identifing the author's purpose.  SEE MORE
 
8. Jenny Loves Yoga.

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A resource for the teacher to use in planning their lessons. A lesson plan on how pictures help support text. The actual lesson plan can be found at this site for the book.  SEE MORE
 
9. Pictures in a Text - Lesson plan.

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In this multisession lesson, students are guided through a viewing of David Wiesner's Tuesday, a wordless picture book. As students view the images, they are asked four different types of questions about the pictures. Students learn to categorize questions by the four question types and use pictures to help them better understand a story. Students then apply what they learned to an independent reading of Istvan Banyai's Zoom. (Worksheet included) SEE MORE
 
10. Take a Book Walk.

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A resource for the teacher to use in planning their lessons. Discuss the pictures while predicting the story. (Download the KWL organizer>)  SEE MORE
 
11. The Cartoon Factory.

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This National Geographic site allows you to create your own cartoon by filling in a form. (Requires Flash Player and loads better in Internet Explorer.)  SEE MORE
 
12. Thinking Maps.

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A resource for the teacher to use in planning their lessons. Thinking Maps - eight different examples of ways to organize information. Each of the eight Thinking Maps is based on a fundamental cognitive skill such as comparing and contrasting, sequencing, classifying, and cause-effect reasoning.  SEE MORE
 

Internet4classrooms is a collaborative effort by Susan Brooks and Bill Byles.
 

  

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