Ms. Decker*s Third

Report
Making Connections
Presented by:
Gloria Trevino
Natalie Ferry
Jennifer Gully
Gina Garcia
Raquel Meeks
Text to Self
Text to Text
Text to World
Making
Text to Self
Connections
Leo the Late Bloomer
Read
How Leo Bloomed
Draw
Write
Blooming
Good readers always
think as they read.
Sometimes, the story
or text reminds the
reader of something
that happened to
them.
Sharing Connections
 Thinking Aloud with Partner
 Knee to knee with partner
 Think about things you could not do before
that you can do now.
How have you bloomed?
Blooming
Text to Self Connections
Encourage children to talk about some new skills
they are working to master. Ask them to describe
how they will go about learning these skills
Have children describe how they feel when they
accomplish their goals
Some
suggestions
Making
Text to Text
Connections
Text to Text
Connections
 How can you connect to this book?
 Look at the author’s name
 Look at the illustrator’s name
 Look at the pictures
 Other Literature that can be used for Text to Text:
 Hooway for Wodney Wat
 Lunch Bunnies
Making
Text to World
Connections
Text to World
Connections
The reader just
made a connection
with the story.

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