Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading

Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading Kylene Beers Robert E. Probst
  • Title: Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading
  • Author: Kylene Beers Robert E. Probst
  • ISBN: 9780325046
  • Page: 150
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  • Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading Kylene Beers Robert E. Probst Notice and Note Strategies for Close Reading Beers and Probst offer insights into how to create text dependent questioning in assisting students to develop greater reading comprehension skills
    Beers and Probst offer insights into how to create text dependent questioning in assisting students to develop greater reading comprehension skills.
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    1. Notice and Note picks up where Keene and Zimmermann left off or left us hanging with strategy based comprehension instruction Like many teachers in the 1990 s, after I read Keene Zimmermann s Mosaic of Thought I attempted to explicitly teach visualizing, connecting, inferencing, and so on It didn t work It became an exercise in sticky notes and forced comprehension as in now everyone stop and visualize what you see because that s what good readers do While I don t believe this was ever Keene Zim [...]

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    2. Sometimes books find you when you need them the most I feel that way about NOTICE AND NOTE I saw Beers and Probst talk about this book a couple of years ago, and was excited to see I could buy it They share my suspicions about the motives of the authors of CCSS, and they feel confident about their own practice and professionalism to make the case, again, for transactional readingading that insists the reader create meaning, not just regurgitate the meaning the teacher has found I remember when I [...]

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    3. I read Notice and Note as part of a Twitter book study which included participation by Kylene Beers and Robert E Probst While the reading strategies were not new to me, the engaging way they were presented were Beers and Probst throw a little humor in, at their own expense, throughout the chapters clearly keeping it real The authors did not paint a rosy picture of how they saved the reading world, instead they provided examples of genuine student feedback and reactions The book included a list o [...]

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    4. Beers and Probst offer a unique and useful approach to close reading After hearing their presentation in San Antonio at the International Reading Association, I went straight to the Heinemann booth to buy the book and lucky me because I bought the second to last copy available before the rest of the crowd got there I recommend this book to teachers and teacher educators, but with two caveats One, this is a book that advocates approaches that might best be considered introduction to close reading [...]

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    5. Utilizing the signposts described in Notice and Note is having a huge impact on my students ability to analyze literature and fully understand author s craft in terms of character development.

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    6. Notice Note offers a framework for moving students away from teacher generated question dependent reading toward independently noticing aspects of texts Their simple six signpost system gives students concrete features to discuss and notice as they read Beers and Probst offer this as during reading work and it s a way of seeing texts that can be used immediately.This book is a fantastic companion text to Penny Kittle s Book Love While Kittle emphasizes independent choice in reading, Beers and Pr [...]

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    7. I sat down with this this afternoon and ended up reading all of it except for the actual lesson plans Straightforward, accessible, adaptable, and immediately applicable This offers easy to implement strategies for helping struggling readers become engaged with texts they re reading Things that can make up an entire reading course of study or be woven in to any shared reading activity This is so simple parents who aren t teachers could use these ideas to guide how they talk to their kids about t [...]

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    8. This professional book about reading comprehension is an amazing resource The signposts and anchor questions that Beers and Probst have designed to help readers slow down to notice and reflect on what they are reading are powerful These signposts and anchor questions will not only help students think and engage deeply with the text, but they will also help them engage in authentic, meaningful conversations about what they are reading I cannot wait to try these with my students this year

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    9. This book is going to change the way I conduct literature lessons in my classroom from now on No special materials No extra resources to buy Just six very practical, very simple, very logical strategies to use with all students at all lessons Can t wait for the nonfiction strategies book of the same nature to be released I check the bookstore often to put myself on the pre order list An excellent resource

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    10. I say it again It.Just.Makes.Sense This book is SO practical Kind of one of those books that as you read it you pop yourself upside the head and think, why haven t I been doing this EXCELLENT book and very excited to be having a twitter book chat about it June 6,13,20 at 8pm CST Hashtag is NNNchat Come join the party We have also created a facebook group.

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    11. This book has some really good ideas I look forward to trying some of them out this year.

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    12. I really liked this book and will use this as a constant reference in my classroom I ll definitely be using all the strategies in this book with my 5 6 class this coming year to dig deeper and get kids to discuss than the surface of the book Good for all teachers third grade and up

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    13. Fantastic read with easy to use, applicable strategies for readers of ALL levels Required reading for any Language arts social studies teacher.

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    14. Loved the introduction by Beers and Probst Their stance on rigor is a refreshing change from what is usually discussed in department meetings and it has nothing to do with the difficulty of the text As every good reader knows, you can do a rigorous reading of Green Eggs and Ham Making a class rigorous does not mean you need to increase the difficulty of the books by assigning Moby Dick to 9th graders I also very much liked the discussion on the importance of discussion a book reading community a [...]

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    15. I took so many notes in the initial chapters of Note and Notice that I created a google doc Beers and Probst really changed my thinking about two important characteristics of the Readers Workshop the minilesson and guided reading work Before you think I am suggesting we through these things out, that s not the case I am suggesting as I think they were, to varying our diet of offerings Beers and Probst make a good case for me to divide my book offerings to students in three ways whole class novel [...]

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    16. This was a really helpful book, but not in the way that I thought My district has had a very defined strategy for teaching close reading, and this book is much, much looser It s not entirely focused on close reading, but the kinds of questions and signposts readers look for as they read so that they can dig deeper into a text It is heavily focused on fiction, so I ll need to find another book to help me with informational texts, but this was still so thorough I don t really fault it for that Th [...]

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    17. I can t wait to start teaching this on Monday Beers and Probst have discovered that nearly all children s chapter books and young adult books contain what they describe as signposts These signposts signal to the reader that something is happening that needs extra thought and attention By giving struggling readers this missing step, they will now have the concrete tools to be able to identify when they need to slow down and think, thus allowing a much deeper understanding If you follow Fountas an [...]

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    18. I am looking forward to trying these lessons with students The signposts and questions are a concrete way to teach students to think critically about their reading It answers questions I hear all the time from teachers how do I teach them to think I will be exploring picture books and other mentor text for younger students to see if it is feasible to teach some of the signposts to younger students.

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    19. I ve taught the six Signposts outlined in the book, and the lessons went so well I m excited to see how students apply the concepts in our next all class read A great tool for teaching close reading and engaging students in the process.

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    20. Fantastic I did not read the whole book just the chapters I was really curious about, since it s mid school year and I m stupid busy but I loved what I read Beers is SO SMART and I loved reading her ideas in book rather than Twitter form

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    21. The Signpost Lessons are great they really give struggling readers a set of things to hold on to while they are reading I think they will take some practice than I have given them time to do, but I am glad I have them as a resource for my classroom.

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    22. Absolutely loooooove this book I presented it to my Lit methods class Amazing strategies for teaching students close reading skills Highly recommend it to EVERYONE

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    23. Excellent ideas for discussing books deeply.

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    24. Great resource to help students notice when reading in school and for pleasure I will use this

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    25. Amazing Best PD book I have read in a while So refreshing

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    26. Beers and Probst s Notice Note does not only provide strategies for teaching students how to read texts deeply or for specific content It also outlines primary research that has been conducted on the process of reading literary texts in the ELA classroom and the role that fictitious literature plays in the development of empathetic and socially aware students The findings of the research contribute to sections of this text that expand upon how to read closely, with careful attention to what an [...]

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    27. Notice and Note Strategies for Close Reading is an essential resource for ELA teachers Common Core State Standards dictate that students must master close reading How, exactly, will students master this skill Beers and Probst have developed a strategy teach students to identify six signposts that have an anchor question that leads to deeper understanding These six signposts are Contrasts and Contradictions When something happens that you don t expect or a character behaves in a way that is unexp [...]

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    28. I agree how this book has a great way of helping struggling readers with strategies replacing the former balance literacy type strategies The lessons provided are not mini lessons, which many schools are looking for when observing While each model lesson is provided, these texts are not a one size fits all approach for teaching Most of the model lessons are excerpts from novels, so I m not sure if students will understand or need to understand the premise Pros 1 discussion on rigor should be sha [...]

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    29. I applaud these authors for taking on the very difficult task of discussing with people who have likely always loved to read what teachers need to do to help people who do not love to read read well I am not the primary audience, and I respect that however, I worry that we take too much time defending the need to teach people to read closely This is ludicrous Close reading is above reproach as a necessary skill regardless of life endeavors The appendices are comprehensive and useful.

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    30. Great strategies for close reading in the classroom, complete with teachable lessons and resources I really wish I had read this book three years ago I am going to have to read Disrupting Thinking to figure out how to best mesh all these things with the novels I ll teach this year I wish that the nonfiction strategies weren t in a separate book.

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