Brave New World
Aldous Huxley

Reading Strategies

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Anticipation Guide
Anticipation Guide Handout
Concept Analysis
Graphic Organizer
Graphic Organizer Handout
Questioning Strategy
Raygor Readability
Reading Into Writing
Socratic Seminar Questions
Taxonomy Overview Guide

Reading Activities

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(+)  Understand that writing is a tool for thinking: solving problems, exploring issues, constructing questions, addressing inquiry.

(+)  Access background knowledge to prepare to read and enjoy texts.

(+)  Recognize that the study of themes and values in texts is preparation for responsible participation in society.

(+)  Understand that reading and writing are interrelated: writers approach new reading experiences with enhanced appreciation for the text.

(+)  Basic Understanding of Aristotle's Theory

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(+)  Understand that reading and writing are interrelated: writers approach new reading experiences with enhanced appreciation for the text.

(+)  Enjoy the processes and outcomes of reading and writing.

(+)  Develop confidence in the ability to express ideas, emotions, and experiences.

(+)  Develop reflective abilities and meta-awareness about writing.

(+)  Use writing to discover and explore ideas.

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(+)  Develop a distinctive writing voice.

(+)  Participate in and report on small group learning activities.

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