Reading Warm-Ups

Reading Warm-Ups

Reading Warm-Ups 1st 6 Weeks Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 4th Bellwork: Please take a seat quietly and take out your binder/folder and something to write with.

Objectives: Why do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up Review Policy and Procedures Handout HawkCards Favorite Book Agenda Scavenger Hunt Agenda Time

Policy and Procedures Today you will receive a handout to put in your notebook with basic info about this class. We need to fill in the Blog website address Sign up for Remind (used to be Remind 101) Lets review for the chance to win some Hawk Cards! Favorite Books Books are powerful, we connect to the stories, characters, settings, or the person reading the story

Today I will share two of my favorite books that are special to me Please pay attention as I read aloud Agenda Search Today you will complete a Scavenger Hunt over the Student Agenda You may work with a partner on this assignment You may only use your Agenda to complete this assignment Agenda Time

Try to read everyday Find a book that is important to you Could be a childrens book Ask parents/grandparents/family/guardians You will need it for an a assignment next week Bring in your BYOD Device Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 5th

Bellwork: Please take a seat quietly and take out your Agenda and Agenda Search from Yesterday. Please continue working. Objectives: What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up Agenda Scavenger Hunt Finish

Reading Interest Survey Reading Goal Note Cards Agenda Time Agenda Search Today you will complete a Scavenger Hunt over the Student Agenda You may work with a partner on this assignment You may only use your Agenda to complete

this assignment We will review your answers when everyone has completed the assignment Reading Interest Survey Today you will complete a Reading Interest Survey independently This will provide me with information about how you see yourself as a reader This will help me make choices and design lessons based on you We will compete and discuss

Reading Goal I want you think about a goal you want to set for yourself in reading this year Examples: Read a book cover to cover Get an A in reading class Think about a goal that is important to you On your notecard, I want you to write Your Name and Period Your goal in a complete sentence(s) How you can achieve that goal

You can set multiple goals if you want! Agenda Time Try to read everyday Find a book that is important to you Could be a childrens book Ask parents/grandparents/family/guardians You will need it for an a assignment next Monday Bring in your BYOD Device Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge

Todays Special August 6th Bellwork: Please grab an index card from the side table on your way in. Think about what we ended class with yesterday. What is your reading Goal What am I Going to do Today?

Warm-Up Reading Goal Notecard Reading Level Pre-Test Pass out Readers Journey Reading for Purpose Readers Journey Page 374-379 Marking the Text Agenda Time

Reading Goal I want you think about a goal you want to set for yourself in reading this year Examples: Read a book cover to cover Get an A in reading class Think about a goal that is important to you On your notecard, I want you to write Your Name and Period Your goal in a complete sentence(s) How you can achieve that goal

You can set multiple goals if you want! Reading Level Pre-Test Today you will take a Reading Level Pre-Test The data gained from this Pre-Test will help me in planning for the year This will not affect your academic grade but will be recorded in Synergy for data purposes only Please take your time and read through each question carefully It is important that you do your best

Reading Level Pre-Test 1. Put your name on your Scantron/Test 2. Do not write on my tests unless you are supposed to 3. Read each question carefully and select the best answer 4. When you are finished turn in your Test and Scantron to the side table 5. Pick up a Readers Journey and go back to your seat 6. Open to page 374-379 and begin working Readers Journey

Today you will get your Readers Journey Please write your name, Homeroom Teacher, and Reading Teacher inside the front cover Today we will cover a variety of reading skills and strategies in the Readers Journey Please turn to page 374 Readers Journey What does it mean to have a purpose for reading? Please read the information on page 374-375 to yourself Use the Marking the Text poster on the wall over

the board to become an active reader Page 376 Before you Read Page 377-378 While you Read Page 379 After you have Read Agenda Time Try to read everyday Find a book that is important to you Could be a childrens book Ask parents/grandparents/family/guardians You will need it for an a assignment next Monday

Bring in your BYOD Device Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 7th Bellwork: Please go to the side table and find your Scantron from yesterday. DO NOT get a copy of the test just yet.

Objectives: What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up Get Scantron Reading Level Pre-Test Pass out Readers Journey Reading for Purpose Readers Journey Page 374-379

Marking the Text Agenda Time Reading Level Pre-Test Today you will take a Reading Level Pre-Test The data gained from this Pre-Test will help me in planning for the year This will not affect your academic grade but will be recorded in Synergy for data purposes only Please take your time and read through each question carefully

It is important that you do your best Reading Level Pre-Test 1. Put your name on your Scantron/Test 2. Do not write on my tests unless you are supposed to 3. Read each question carefully and select the best answer 4. When you are finished turn in your Test and Scantron to the side table 5. Pick up a Readers Journey and go back to your seat 6. Open to page 374-379 and begin working

Readers Journey Today you will get your Readers Journey Please write your name, Homeroom Teacher, and Reading Teacher inside the front cover Today we will cover a variety of reading skills and strategies in the Readers Journey Please turn to page 374 Readers Journey What does it mean to have a purpose for reading? Please read the information on page 374-375

to yourself Use the Marking the Text poster on the wall over the board to become an active reader Page 376 Before you Read Page 377-378 While you Read Page 379 After you have Read Agenda Time Try to read everyday Find a book that is important to you Could be a childrens book Ask parents/grandparents/family/guardians

You will need it for an a assignment on Monday Bring in your BYOD Device Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 10th Bellwork: Please get a DRP sheet from the side table and take your seat.

Start working on Monday Week 1 please. Objectives: What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 1 Reading Level Pre-Test Finish

Childrens Book Activity What Makes a Good Reader? Ticket out the Door Agenda Time Reading Level Pre-Test 1. Put your name on your Scantron/Test 2. Do not write on my tests unless you are

supposed to 3. Read each question carefully and select the best answer 4. When you are finished turn in your Test and Scantron to the side table 5. Pick up a Readers Journey and go back to your seat 6. Open to page 374-379 and begin working Readers Journey Today you will get your Readers Journey Please write your name, Homeroom Teacher, and Reading Teacher inside the front cover

Today we will cover a variety of reading skills and strategies in the Readers Journey Please turn to page 374 Readers Journey What does it mean to have a purpose for reading? Please read the information on page 374-375 to yourself Use the Marking the Text poster on the wall over the board to become an active reader Page 376 Before you Read

Page 377-378 While you Read Page 379 After you have Read Children's Book Last week I read two of my favorite, and most meaningful, childhood books to you Today you will share with your group the book you selected and the reasoning behind it Make sure to discuss why you selected that book and why you remember it after all these years Example: Characters, Story, Pictures, Readers Voice ect

You will have 10-15 minutes to discuss Children's Book Now that you have had time to discuss your book, you will each get a notecard On this notecard please include the following Your Name Title of the book Why this book is special Picture What Makes a Good Reader When instructed, please get into groups of 4

On your paper I would like you to draw a Stick figure man or woman Around your reader I would like you put write all the words your group can come up with to describe a good reader What does a good reader do? What does a good reader look like? What makes a reader good? Ticket out the Door On a piece of paper please write your heading On the white board top right

Please answer the following question What are the top three elements of a story that make it meaningful? This will be different for each of us You will turn this into me at the end Agenda Time Finish Notecard with illustration Color Try to read everyday Bring in your BYOD Device

Bring your Readers Journey to class Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 11th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Tuesday for week 1. Objectives: Why do we read?

What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 1 Childrens Book Activity Turn In What Makes a Good Reader? Ticket out the Door Readers Journey

P374 Reading Strategies Notes Agenda Time Children's Book Last week I read two of my favorite, and most meaningful, childhood books to you Today you will share with your group the book you selected and the reasoning behind it Make sure to discuss why you selected that book and why you remember it after all these years

Example: Characters, Story, Pictures, Readers Voice ect You will have 10-15 minutes to discuss Children's Book Now that you have had time to discuss your book, you will each get a notecard On this notecard please include the following Your Name Title of the book Why this book is special Picture

What Makes a Good Reader When instructed, please get into groups of 4 On your paper I would like you to draw a Stick figure man or woman Around your reader I would like you put write all the words your group can come up with to describe a good reader What does a good reader do? What does a good reader look like? What makes a reader good? Ticket out the Door On a piece of paper please write your heading

On the white board top right Please answer the following question What are the top three elements of a story that make it meaningful? This will be different for each of us You will turn this into me at the end Agenda Time Try to read everyday Bring in your BYOD Device Bring your Readers Journey to class

Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 12th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Wednesday for week 1. Objectives: Why do we read?

What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 1 What Makes a Good Reader? Ticket out the Door 7th Period Only Reading Strategies Notes Practice Reading Strategies

Agenda Time Ticket out the Door On a piece of paper please write your heading On the white board top right Please answer the following question What are the top three elements of a story that make it meaningful? This will be different for each of us You will turn this into me at the end

Agenda Time Try to read everyday Bring in your BYOD Device Bring your Readers Journey to class Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 13th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and

work on Thursday for week 1. Objectives: Why do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 1 Readers Journey Go over homework Page 374-379

Practice Reading Strategies Predicting page 103-104, 105-106 Inferring page 64-71 Agenda Time Reading Strategies Practice Intro Independent Practice Collaborative Practice Assessment Yesterday we introduced Reading Strategies Today you will work on Independent Practice

Remember every assignment is for a grade just like every practice is for a game Predicting Page 103-107 Inferring Page 64-71 Agenda Time

DRP Week 1 Check tomorrow Bring your Readers Journey to class Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Reading Strategies assessment next Tues or Wed. Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 14th Bellwork:

Please get a out your DRP and work on Friday for week 1. Objectives: Why do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 1 DRP Check Readers Journey

Go over homework Page 374-379 Practice Reading Strategies Predicting page 103-104, 105-106 Inferring page 64-71 Agenda Time DRP Check Please take out a piece of notebook paper and put the heading at the top

Please write the answers only for the following questions #3 #6 #8 #11 #13 Reading Strategies Practice Intro Independent Practice Collaborative Practice Assessment Yesterday we introduced Reading Strategies

Today you will work on Independent Practice Remember every assignment is for a grade just like every practice is for a game Predicting Page 103-107 Inferring Page 64-71 Agenda Time Bring your Readers Journey to class Please finish your Inferring practice Predicting

Page 103-107 Inferring Page 64-71 Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Reading Strategies assessment next Tues or Wed. Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 17th

Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Monday for week 2. Objectives: Why do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 2

Readers Journey Practice Reading Strategies Predicting page 103-104, 105-106 Inferring page 64-71 Reading Strategies Group Work Agenda Time Reading Strategies Practice Intro Independent Practice Collaborative Practice Assessment Yesterday we introduced Reading Strategies

Today you will work on Independent Practice Remember every assignment is for a grade just like every practice is for a game Predicting Page 103-107 Inferring Page 64-71 Reading Strategies Group Work Today you will practice you Reading Strategies with a group

On your practice sheet, you have 9 different examples of reading strategies Each number goes with a different story in the Readers Journey or Lit Book Work as a group to come up with the best answer for each question This activity will take place over two days Agenda Time Bring your Readers Journey to class Please finish your Inferring practice Predicting Page 103-107

Inferring Page 64-71 Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Reading Strategies assessment on Wed/Thursday Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 18th

Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Tuesday for week 2. Objectives: Why do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 2 Readers Journey

Practice Reading Strategies Inferring page 64-71 Reading Strategies Group Work Agenda Time Reading Strategies Practice Intro Independent Practice Collaborative Practice Assessment Yesterday we introduced Reading Strategies Today you will work on Independent Practice Remember every assignment is for a grade

just like every practice is for a game Predicting Page 103-107 Inferring Page 64-71 Reading Strategies Group Work Today you will practice you Reading Strategies with a group On your practice sheet, you have 9 different examples of reading strategies

Each number goes with a different story in the Readers Journey or Lit Book Work as a group to come up with the best answer for each question This activity will take place over two days Agenda Time Bring your Readers Journey to class Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Reading Strategies assessment on Wed/Thursday Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge

Todays Special August 19th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Wednesday for week 2. Objectives: Why do we read? What am I Going to do Today?

Warm-Up DRP Week 2 Readers Journey Practice Reading Strategies Inferring page 151-153 Reading Strategies Group Work Complete today Agenda Time

Reading Strategies Practice Intro Independent Practice Collaborative Practice Assessment Yesterday we introduced Reading Strategies Today you will work on Independent Practice Remember every assignment is for a grade just like every practice is for a game Inferring Page 151-153 Reading Strategies Group Work

Today you will practice you Reading Strategies with a group On your practice sheet, you have 9 different examples of reading strategies Each number goes with a different story in the Readers Journey or Lit Book Work as a group to come up with the best answer for each question Make sure your are reading and following directions Agenda Time Assessment over Reading Strategies Thursday/Friday

Bring your Readers Journey to class Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 20th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Thursday for week 2.

Objectives: How do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 2 Readers Journey Practice Reading Strategies Inferring page 151-153

Reading Strategies Group Work Go over answers Final Practice Sheet Predicting and Infering Agenda Time Reading Strategies Practice Intro Independent Practice Collaborative Practice Assessment Yesterday we introduced Reading Strategies

Today you will work on Independent Practice Remember every assignment is for a grade just like every practice is for a game Inferring Page 151-153 Reading Strategies Group Work Today you will practice you Reading Strategies with a group On your practice sheet, you have 9 different examples of reading strategies Each number goes with a different story in the

Readers Journey or Lit Book Work as a group to come up with the best answer for each question Make sure your are reading and following directions Agenda Time Assessment over Reading Strategies Friday and Monday Bring your Readers Journey to class every day Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge

Todays Special August 24th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Monday for week 3. Objectives: How do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up

DRP Week 3 Reading Strategies Assessment Directions Fiction Non-Fiction Agenda Time Reading Strategies Assessment Today you will finish your Reading Strategies

Assessment (fiction) Many of you finished on Friday I have looked many of them over and you need to go back over it Seriously.. When you are really finished, you will turn in your Fiction assessment and pick up your nonfiction assessment This one is much shorter Agenda Time Bring your Readers Journey to class every day Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info

Predict and Infer practice sheet from Thursday Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 25th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Tuesday for week 3. Objectives: How do we read?

What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 3 Reading Strategies Assessment Directions Fiction Non-Fiction Finish

Predicting and Infer Practice Sheet Agenda Time Reading Strategies Assessment Today you will finish your Reading Strategies Assessment (fiction) Many of you finished on Friday I have looked many of them over and you need to go back over it Seriously.. When you are really finished, you will turn in

your Fiction assessment and pick up your nonfiction assessment This one is much shorter Agenda Time Bring your Readers Journey to class every day Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Predict and Infer practice sheet from Thursday Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 26th

Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Wednesday for week 3. Objectives: How do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 3

Reading Strategies Assessment Directions Fiction Non-Fiction Finish Predicting and Infer Practice Sheet Free Read Agenda Time Reading Strategies Assessment

Today you will finish your Reading Strategies Assessment (fiction) Many of you finished on Friday I have looked many of them over and you need to go back over it Seriously.. When you are really finished, you will turn in your Fiction assessment and pick up your nonfiction assessment This one is much shorter Agenda Time We will be back in the Media Center next Tuesday

Bring your Readers Journey to class every day Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 27th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Thursday for week 3. Objectives:

How do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 3 Reading Strategies Assessment Directions Fiction Non-Fiction Finish

Predicting and Infer Practice Sheet Main Idea Agenda Time Reading Strategies Assessment Today you will finish your Reading Strategies Assessment (fiction) Many of you finished on Friday I have looked many of them over and you need to go back over it Seriously..

When you are really finished, you will turn in your Fiction assessment and pick up your nonfiction assessment This one is much shorter Reading Strategies Assessment Today is the final day for the Reading Strategies Assessment Once you are completed you need to: 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. Finish SRI Test Laptop Complete the Predicting and Inferring Practice Root Words (Readers Journey) page 200-201 Main Idea from Read 180 Free Read Book (may be on device) Please make all attempts to complete the above today 95

On-the Job Lexile Requirements National Adult Literacy Study Scientist Teacher Executive Nurse Supervisor Sales Secretary Foreman

Clerk Craftsman Construction Clerk Labor 700 900 1100 Lexile Lexile Score

Score 1300 1500 Agenda Time DRP Check Tomorrow We will start our Genre Project tomorrow Please check the BLOG for the Genre notes to review for tomorrow Bring in a magazine Make sure it can be cut up Make sure it is school appropriate

We will be back in the Media Center next Tuesday Bring your Readers Journey to class every day Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 28th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and

work on Friday for week 3. Objectives: How do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 3 DRP Check Finish-Up Friday SRI Test

Reading Assessment Genres Mind Map Agenda Time DRP Check Please take out a piece of notebook paper and put the heading at the top Please write the answers only for the following questions

Week 2 5 8 9 12 13

Week 3 3 6 7 10 13 Mind-Map

Please Create a Bubble Map detailing the Genres of Literature Your center bubble should be LITERATURE Expand out into Nonfiction and Fiction Expand into Genres Work your way out and see how big your map can be Be creative and add drawings and pictures

Novel/ Graphic Novel Poetry 3 3 2 3 3

1 2 3 3 Agenda Time DRP Check Tomorrow We will start our Genre Project tomorrow Please check the BLOG for the Genre notes to review for tomorrow

Bring in a magazine Make sure it can be cut up Make sure it is school appropriate We will be back in the Media Center next Tuesday Bring your Readers Journey to class every day Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special August 31st

Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Monday for week 4. Objectives: How do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 4

DRP Check Finish-Up Friday SRI Test Reading Assessment Genres Mind Map Agenda Time DRP Check Please take out a piece of notebook paper and put the heading at the top Please write the answers only for the following

questions Week 2 5 8 9 12

13 Week 3 3 6 7 10

13 Mind-Map Please Create a Bubble Map detailing the Genres of Literature Your center bubble should be LITERATURE Expand out into Nonfiction and Fiction Expand into Genres

Work your way out and see how big your map can be Be creative and add drawings and pictures Novel/ Graphic Novel Poetry 3 3 2

3 3 1 2 3 3 Agenda Time

DRP Check Tomorrow We will start our Genre Project tomorrow Please check the BLOG for the Genre notes to review for tomorrow Bring in a magazine Make sure it can be cut up Make sure it is school appropriate We will be back in the Media Center next Tuesday Bring your Readers Journey to class every day Go to the Blog and get parents to enter info Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge

Todays Special September 2nd Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Tuesday and Wednesday for week 4. Objectives: How do we read? What am I Going to do Today?

Warm-Up DRP Week 4 Genres Mind Map Complete today Agenda Time Mind-Map

Please Create a Bubble Map detailing the Genres of Literature Your center bubble should be LITERATURE Expand out into Nonfiction and Fiction Expand into Genres Work your way out and see how big your map can be Be creative and add drawings and pictures Mind-Map Your Mind-Map should start broad (literature) and move

outwards getting more specific as you go Literature Fiction Genre Example Use words, phrases, and images to show you understand what the specific genres are about You will need to finish by the end of class today. Novel/ Graphic Novel Poetry Agenda Time

Bring your Readers Journey to class tomorrow I will be out (still in the building) tomorrow for a Reading Meeting Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge Todays Special September 4th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Friday for week 4.

Objectives: How do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up DRP Week 4 Finish it up Friday Mind Map Read 180 Packet (Sub Day) Anchor Book (Free Read

Agenda Time Finish it Up Friday Today you will be given the opportunity to finish up any unfinished work from this week #1 Mind Map #2 Read 180 Packet #3 Anchor Book (from Media Center) Free Read You will be working independently today Agenda Time

Try to read everyday Enjoy your 3 day weekend We will be starting Text Features next week Syfy Unit starts soon! Mr. Rhodes Literature Lounge

Todays Special September 8th Bellwork: Please get a out your DRP and work on Monday and Tuesday for week 5. Objectives: How do we read? What am I Going to do Today? Warm-Up

DRP Week 5 Finish it up Monday Readers Journey Read 180 Packet (Sub Day) Anchor Book (Free Read) Agenda Time Finish it Up Monday Today you will be given the opportunity to finish up any unfinished work from this week

#1 Read 180 Packet #2 Readers Journey 196-199 #3 Anchor Book (from Media Center) Free Read You will be working independently today Agenda Time Try to read everyday We will be starting Text Features Go on the blog tonight and print off the notes for your notebook The PowerPoint and Guided Notes or Graphic Organizer will be available

Syfy Unit starts soon!

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