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                                                         What is the last book you read that made you laugh?                            

                                                                                                                           

 
 
Why read?
 
 

 

 

 

 

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Materials needed for class EVERY DAY:

Pencil

ELA/Reading Binder

Something to read (book, magazine, comic book, etc...)

 

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Grades:  Failing grades may be corrected to a 70%. 

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Homework: Students will begin bringing a vocabulary/spelling/cap/punc folder home every Monday. The work is due every Friday but may be turned in early. 

If your child reads for 20 minutes, three days during the school week, he/she will receive an extra credit grade of 100% for that week. A note with your signature is all that is required.  

 

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Reading Strategies we use to help comprehension of any text:

 

Reading Strategies

Before Reading the Passage

1. Read the title, skim and scan for graphs, tables, photos, and captions.  

 

2. Read through questions to determine what they are asking. Circle key words in each question.

 

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Reading the Passage

3. Read the selection TWICE.

 

After reading the passage


 

4.  Place and “x” or a check ON the word that makes the answer “a lie” or “the truth.” Do not place it on the letter of the answer, place it on the WORDS that make that answer correct or not. This makes you think through each answer carefully. 

 

5.  Write the paragraph/sentence number where you found the answer next to the question.     P4

Summaries: Beginning, Middle, End

 




 

 

Contact Teresa Hawkins

School Phone:
830-833-5570
Conference Time:
1:10-2:00

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