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The Pretest

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OVERVIEW
 Purpose
 Pretest

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always sometimes never In my classroom...
I generate my students' background knowledge before introducing new information or skills.
I set a purpose for reading (or viewing or ... ).
I ask my students to set a purpose for reading (or viewing or ... ).
I teach my students the importance of knowing or setting a purpose for reading (or viewing or ... ).
I teach my students to be metacognitive about and reflective on their reading.

When reading, my students tend to be:
passively taking it in
actively engaged in making sense of the content

In my classroom, I ask my students to use these strategies:
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STRATEGIES
K - W - L
Power Thinking or Power Notes
Teacher or Student Think-Alouds
Two-Column Notes
Inquiry Charts
Problem-Solution Charts
Graphic Organizers/Concept Maps
Comparison-Contrast Charts
Opinion-Proof
regularly occasionally never don't
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STRATEGIES
Thesis-Proof
Summarizing
Questioning the Author
Selective Underlining or Highlighting
Question-Answer Relationships
Reciprocal Teaching
RAFT Papers
Semantic Feature Analysis
Concept of Definition Maps
Vocabulary Word Maps

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