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6 ways expository text is structured
definition
description
process
classification
comparison
analysis
persuasive propaganda techniques
Ways for students to study for tests
SQ3R
Review work samples
Preview or review graphic organizer
Review notes
Generate questions
Reciprocal reading
Reviewing and retaining information
Ways for students to retrieve information from unfamiliar texts
preview
anticipation guide
brainstorming
clustering
note-taking
scanning
quickwrite
Holistic
On the hole, was the word A,B,C,D, or F quality
Two ways to score student work
Holistic
Analytic
Teacing Vocabulary
Use multiple assessments
Teach in-context not outside of context
Have below-level students perform vocabulary tests orally
Use strategies suach as word theater, word prediction, word sorting, semantic maps
Analytic
This is when you really analyseze the word using a specific rubric of some sort
Reciprocal Teaching
Think of literature circles
children take turns being the teacher
Prediction, Questioning, Summarizing, Clarifying misleads or complex sections of the text
Comprehension strategies of good readers
think while reading
determine most important
ask questions
draw inferences
use graphic organizers
retelling or synthesizing
Structures of Expository Text
cause, effect, seguence
Self-correction strategies
teach students to look at individual word parts
Ask youself what would make sense in context
Do i know Reread the passage
Miscue analysis
When teachers keep track of the number of words omitted, misread and replaced.
This helps determine reading level/fluency.
Running Record
When teachers keep a log of students preformance - reading aloud, using strategies, answering questions