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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 11-12 3-5 K-2 6-8 9-10 College Close Readings "Finding and making shapes of ideas" - Sentence Structure- Make inferences- Symbolism - "!" for surprise- "?" for question- Arrow for connection - Teacher reads aloud- Underline key idea- Circle key words - Annotate- Punctuation- Word Choice - Looking at style of text & applying in order to better understand author's intentions & key themes - Implementing close reading analysis in reading & writing assignments to deepen analysis - Several read throughs- Careful analysis- Meaning of short, complex text- Intentions behind author's choices *resources Close Readings What ~ When ~ Why Elementary Secondary Postsecondary Fisher, D., Frey, N. (2012, November). The Reading Teacher. Retrieved from, K., Moore, D. (2013, March). Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. Retrieved from Hjortshoj, K. (2009). Reading: How to Stay on Top of It. In Transition to college writing (2nd ed.). Boston: Bedford/St. Martins.Pirie, B. (1997). "Mind-Forged Manacles": The Academic Essay. In Reshaping high school English. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. What does a close reading entail & how might instruction be implemented throughout all grade levels? - Didn't receive instruction on how to do this? No problem! - Talk to a consultant--start a conversation! "Read passage & do a close reading"
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