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Workshop Format 1. Reader's Tip 2. Model 3. You try. 4. Off you go! 5. Check in Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010

Mini-Lesson 12 minutes

Independent Practice 25-30 minutes

Share 5 minutes


Reader's Tip: Readers make predictions based on what they know about how stories tend to go. They revise these predictions as they read. Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010


Prediction make a guess about what will happen in a story based on what you already know

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Plot how stories tend to go

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Watch as I... 路 read 路 create predictions based on what I know about how stories tend to go 路 revise my predictions Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010


IN YOUR LANGUAGE ARTS NOTEBOOK...

You Try! When I , you predict. Write your predictions in your LA notebook. Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010


Off You Go! While you're reading today, make predictions based on what you know about how stories tend to go. Revise your predictions as you read. Jot them in your LA notebook. Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010


Predict, day 1