WALT: make predictions about what I read
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?
- 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.
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.
I really like: that sometimes my prediction is right.
I think I need to practice: being more careful so that I read the words correctly.
Something that really helped me was: looking at the title and the pictures.
Kerri thinksWhat a champion reader Atta. You read for meaning and make sure what you read makes sense. You look at the pictures and the blurb to help you think about what the book is going to be about before you start reading. When you are reading you think about what might happen next. Prediction, thinking about what might happen, helps you to make sure you understand what you read makes sense.