1. Using the index in today´s newspaper, select a section that you have not ever used yet, like the classifieds or the money section.
2. By yourself, study the section of the newspaper. Then using your notebook, jot down 5 questions that come to your mind about this section of the newspaper. (LA.A.1.2.1)
3. Pair up with one or two other students and discuss your questions. See if anyone had the same questions as you had.
4. Now, read to find the answers to your questions.
1. Help your child ask the right questions. Using today´s newspaper, select an article or feature that interests your child.
2. Read the article with your child, then ask Who? What? When? Where? Why? And How?
3. Help your child discover how much he can learn by generating his/her own questions.
4. Ask your child to make predictions about how an event will play out in the newspaper over the next week, month or year.
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