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a power point presentation of reading closely to get implicitly and explicitly stated information.

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Identifying Explicitly and Implicitly stated Information

Carson is reading about his body and how it works.  It is hard for him to understand what he has read. Carson needs your help with his reading skills. : 

Carson is reading about his body and how it works.  It is hard for him to understand what he has read. Carson needs your help with his reading skills. Did I Read It or Not?

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Carson is in the fourth grade.  He loves to read.  He is a good reader, too.   Carson has one problem with his reading.  It is hard for him to understand what he has read.

Carson is reading about cells.  It is hard to understand what he is reading. : 

Carson is reading about cells.  It is hard to understand what he is reading.

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Read each question.  1.What is the main idea of the article? 2.What are made of cells?     3.What would happen to a cell if it did not get oxygen?  The cell would  4.  How do you know birds are made of cells?

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Carson had trouble.  He could not answer the questions about cells.  He does not know about explicit and implicit information.      Mr. Explicit and Miss Implicit can give Carson help with different kinds of information.  Then he will understand what he reads.

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Implicit Information      You have chosen to learn about implicit information.         Implicit information is understood, but it is not stated.  To find implicit information in what is read, you will have to think about what you read.  Look for clues as you read.  Implicit information is not written, but the idea is there. Implicit information is using what is read.

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Let's practice looking for implicit information.  Here is the first paragraph you read about cells. This is an implicit question.   The answer is not stated in the writing.  You must use what you read and what you know.  Then you can answer the question. Implicit information is using what is read. There was one implicit question to answer.  Read the question and write your answer in the box. How do you know birds are made of cells?

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Implicit questions can be answered by thinking:  "Since I know that. . ., it is implied that  . . . . "  We used this thinking to know that birds are made of cells.  "Since I know that birds are living and living things are made of cells, it is implied that birds are made of cells."        Read this paragraph about cells.  Then, finish the sentence with implicit information. Read the question.  Then, finish the sentence by typing in the box. What would happen to a cell if it did not get oxygen? Since we know that cells need oxygen to stay alive, it is implied that . . . READ….

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Explicit Information      You have chosen to learn about explicit information.         Explicit information is any idea that is stated.  Since you are looking for explicit information in what is read, the explicit information will be written.  There is no need to look for clues.  Just read.  If the information is written, it is explicit.

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Let's practice looking for explicit information.  Here is the first paragraph you read about cells. You had two explicit questions to answer. 1.  What is the main idea of the article? 2.  What are made of cells? These are explicit questions.   The answer is stated in the writing.  Look at the blue sentence and then look at the answers to the questions.  They match. Explicit information is stated………

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Here's another practice finding the explicit information.  Take a look at the second paragraph you read about cells.        Read the question. Then, click the explicit information that states the answer to the question.    What do cells need to stay alive and healthy? In order for us to stay alive, our cells must stay alive.  Cells need food, oxygen, and water to remain alive and healthy.  Using the food, oxygen and water, creates energy for our cells.  This process makes waste in the form of urea and carbon dioxide that must be removed from the cells.

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Carson is reading about his body again.  He knows about explicit and implicit information.  Now he will be able to understand what he reads.      You know about explicit and implicit information, too. See if you understand what you read by answering the activities in your groups GOOD LUCK…