fix up strategies and monitoring understanding

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fix up strategies and monitoring understanding

Fix Up Strategies and Monitor Comprehension

Get Your Lips Ready!Say the first few sounds of the word out loud. Read to the end of the sentence and say the sounds again.Skip It, Skip It!Skip the word…“skip it, skip it” Read to the end of the sentence. “Hop back” and read it, read it.

Try It Again!Try to reread the sentence. Insert a word that makes sense.Look at the Pictures!Look at the pictures for clues to help figure out the word.“S-t-r-e-t-c-h” it out!Stretch the word out slowly. Put the sounds together to figure out the word.

TRYIN' LION

EAGLE EYE

STRETCHY SNAKE

Chunk the Word!Look for a “chunk” or part of a word you already know.Ask For Help!After you have tried all of the other strategies, ask for help.

CHUNKY MONKEY

HELPFUL KANGAROO

WORD ATTACK ... What do you do if you cannot sound out the word?

Think beyond the text. clues from the text + schema = inference Dig for important details. Determine what is most important and be able to tell why. Why did the author write this text? Synthesize and Retell. Put the important parts together and think about what you have read Retell the text in your own words.

Make Connections Text to self, Text to Text, Text to World. Activate your prior knowledge and build your schema! Visualize as you read. Put pictures of what you read in your head like a movie. Ask questions as you read! Thick Questions Thin Questions Look for answers or predict them…either way think!

SPINNING SPIDER

PICTURING PEACOCK

QUESTIONING OWL

INFERRING IGUANA

DIGGER THE DOG

JABBER THE RETELLER

MONITOR UNDERSTANDING what do you do if you do not understand what your are reading?

Reading is

Thinking!

SKIPPY FROG

LIPS THE FISH

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