6 edition of Thinking about texts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||PR21 .H66 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 395 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||395|
|ISBN 10||0333676076, 0333676084|
|LC Control Number||00059122|
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"The first edition of Thinking About Texts was a useful and practical volume that introduced students to key issues in literature and language studies.
The revisions in the new edition make it an even more valuable teaching tool." - Rocio Davis, University of Navarra, Spain "Hopkins's text remains an excellent introduction to English."Cited by: 4.
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When readers ask questions as they read, it keeps them thinking about the words and ideas in the book. It makes them want to read on. Asking questions helps them when they're confused, too. Then, as I read the book to them, I stop, think out loud, and show them the questions I have.
Model Thinking Aloud and Mark the Text with Stick-on Notes. Getting Started with Book Clubs: Thinking and Talking about Texts Promoting Shared and Performed Reading: Fluent Oral Processing of Texts Maximizing Independent Reading: Helping Students Think Within, Beyond, and About Texts in a Reading Workshop Designing Minilessons to Support Thinking About Texts in a Reading Workshop Buy Thinking About Texts: An Introduction to English Studies 2nd Revised edition by Hopkins, Chris (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Explain what you learned in this book. What did you learn about ____. What were some important facts about ____ in this book?File Size: 28KB. I love using picture books to model the active reading strategies before turning students loose on whatever they are reading to practice the strategies.
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o What are some key details from the story (2 to 3). o Retell the events from the text in the order that they happened including the characters, setting, problem, and.
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Choose from used and new textbooks or get instant access with eTextbooks and digital materials. Consider texts that encourage the reader to think about what they know and merge their thinking with clues in the text to make an inference and deepen their understanding.
Wordless picture books work well, too. COMBINING KNOWN INFORMATION, CLUES FROM THE TEXT, AND THINKING AHEAD TO MAKE A JUDGMENT AND SPECULATE ABOUT WHAT IS TO COME. Thinking about texts: an introduction to English studies. [Chris Hopkins] -- Designed to bridge the gap between the ability to read texts and the ability to deploy critical theory, this book expands understanding of five key issues, using textual examples, inter-active.
When questioning students about text features, it is important that we encourage students to think past knowledge and recall questions and into more higher order thinking questions. Below are some text features questions you can ask your students for each of the levels in Bloom’s Taxonomy.
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You want to work toward the idea that discussions after reading help to develop new (and improved) thinking about texts. Explain to students that people have strategies that help them have good conversations. These strategies help them to stay focused on an idea, to.
Therefore modeling strategic behaviors for struggling readers by thinking aloud for them while we read (and hence, allowing students to think along), is the first step in raising their awareness of what it means to be a strategic reader.
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Non-fiction text structures refer to HOW an author organizes information in an expository text. When faced with a new text, students can observe the organizational pattern of the text and look for cues to differentiate and pinpoint which of the text structures was used by the author.
Students can then organize their thinking to match the. Talking About Books to Improve Comprehension thinking about texts. Explain to students that people have strategies that help them have good conversations. These strategies help them to stay focused on an idea, to share ideas, and to deepen thinking.
His book, Child Harold at the Zoo is a story about a regular boy in an irregular world. Critical thinking is not only thinking about thinking or making judgments and solving problems, but also the use of certain skills and strategies to achieve a specific purpose.
Critical thinking is self-focused, self-corrective and self-disciplined. It uses concepts to analyze and evaluate thinking. Critical thinking is never perfect and complete. They “flag the text” by placing the sticky note anywhere in the book they realize they're thinking about it.
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If you using a published book or text (which may be often since trade-books, readers, and novels are a large part of most school reading programs!), students can use sticky notes, journals, or graphic organizers.
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