What are Brain Prints?SchoolCenter Picture

Good readers have pictures in their mind of what they are reading.

Brain Prints are quick sketches drawn by  students along side a passage as they read to help them visualize what they are reading.

Brain Prints serve as a visual reminder about the passage.

Students are able to quickly locate information within the passage.

  • Supporting ideas.
  • Summarization.
  • Feelings and Emotion.
  • Fact and Opinion.

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SchoolCenter PictureReading Strategies

1. Underline the title and the subtitles.

2. Read the passage.

3. Read each question, circle key words.

 

4. Answer questions.

 

5. Check your answers.SchoolCenter Picture