Sunday, 7 June 2015

Reading my book

WALT: make predictions about what I read

Task
Create a ‘movenote’ or a show me on the ipad to share your learning. Take a photo of the book you are reading and record your predicitons about the story. Then record yourself reading a page or 2. Were your predicitons correct? Did you have to change them as you read?
Remember to show your learning, check the success criteria… Have you reached your goal?

Success Criteria:
  • I use the title, the blurb and the pictures to make predications.
  • I use what I have already read to make predications.
  • I have included a picture of the book I am reading.
  • I read in a clear voice. 


How I am going
I use the title, the blurb and the pictures to make predications.
Kerri thinks

I use what I have already read to make predications.
Kerri thinks

I have included a picture of the book I am reading.
Kerri thinks

 I read in a clear voice. 
Kerri thinks

Reflection

I really like: predicting what the story and seeing if I am right. I also like hearing the recording of myself reading.

I think I need to practice: stopping reading when there is a full stop.

Something that really helped me was: is re-reading when I get stuck on a word.

Kerri thinks
You think about the text before you start reading and this helps you understand your text better. I am pleased you use your 'fix-it' strategies when you get to a tricky unknown word, remember to use the context (what the story is about) as well as re-reading to help figure out the word. Your next step is to make sure you read the fluently. This means you read all the punctuation and your reading sounds like talking. A lot of meaning can be hidden in the punctuation!

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