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Inquiry-based Reading Process

You will be practicing a variety of AVID WICOR strategies throughout all 5 steps.
WRITING INQUIRY COLLABORATION ORGANIZATION RIGOR
Inquiry-Based Reading & AVID Critical Reading
Step 0 Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5

Prereading Take an Inquiry Stance & Read for Questions Read for Main Idea Read for a Engage in a Shared
Activities Read for Understanding and Word Solving and Key Details Content-specific Inquiry Discussion
Focus and/or an Extended
Write

AVID Critical Strategies AVID Critical AVID Critical AVID Critical AVID Critical
Strategies Strategies Strategies Strategies

Learning and Retaining Summarizing the Text (#10)


Marking the Text (#5) Academic Vocabulary ● Argument Pause and Connect (#7) Socratic Seminar *
Writing in the Margins (#7) (#3) ● Informational Philosophical Chairs *
Summarising with Charting the Text (#8)
Summarizing the Text scaffolds and sentence Sentence Starters and
Take an Inquiry Stance* (#10) frames Responding to a Writing Templates (#11)
Task (#9)
Costa's Levels of Questioning** Partner re- reading Marking the Text (#5)
Writing in the Margins (#7) Cornell Notes
GIST Statements
Cornell Notes-highlighting Developing Questions
Circling key words in the main ideas for the S. Seminar
text
Looking for an Author’s Dissecting the Writing
Claim Prompt
WRITING
● PREWRITES
● RESPOND AND REVISE
● 2 AND 3 COLUMN NOTES
● QUICKWRITES
Writing is a learning tool, a ● TIMED WRITINGS
● EXPOSITORY WRITING
record of our thinking for ● ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING
both public and personal ● NARRATIVE WRITING
● PROCESS WRITEUPS
communications. ● PEER EVALUATIONS
● LEARNING LOGS
● JOURNALS
● NOTETAKING
● REFLECTIONS
● TEMPLATES
● SCAFFOLDS
● THICK AND THIN QUESTIONS
● LAB WRITEUPS
INQUIRY
● ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS
● DISCOURSE PARTNERS/GROUPS
● SKILLED QUESTIONING
● OPEN-ENDED ACTIVITIES
Inquiry is uncovering ● INVESTIGATIONS
● TUTORIALS
one’s understanding, ●

SOCRATIC SEMINARS
PHILOSOPHICAL CHAIRS
asking critical ●

RESEARCH
INQUIRY BASED READING
questions, and ●
PROCESS
STUDENT BASED LEARNING
engaging with BOTH ● COSTA’S HOUSE: LEVEL 1-2-3
VOCABULARY
● STUDENT GENERATED IDEAS
in discussions. ● INTERVIEWS
● AUTHOR INTENT PIECES
COLLABORATION
● USE OF COLLABORATIVE
STRUCTURES
● STRUCTURED TABLE GROUPS
Collaboration is
● JIGSAW ACTIVITIES
teamwork with shared ● PEER EDITING GROUPS
responsibility; sharing ● GROUP PROJECTS
of ideas, information, ● STUDY GROUPS
and opinions; and ● SERVICE LEARNING
● LEARNING PARTNERS
both formal and
● STUDENT TO STUDENT DISCOURSE
informal discussions ● SENTENCE STEMS
● GROUP ROLES
ORGANIZATION
● 2 AND 3 COLUMN NOTES
● GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS
● COLOR CODING
Organization is managing ● AGENDAS/PLANNERS
materials and practicing ● BINDERS
● INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS
methodical study habits; ● TIME MANAGEMENT
● SMART GOAL SETTING
engaging in goal-setting; ● INTENTIONAL SEATING CHARTS
strategically and ● PURPOSE BOARDS

intentionally taking
responsibility for one’s own
learning
READING
● CRITICAL READING STRATEGIES
● MARKING THE TEXT
● CHARTING THE TEXT
Reading is interacting ● WRITING IN THE MARGINS
with and strategically ● NOTE-TAKING
● THINK ALOUDS
gaining meaning, ● KWL
understanding, and ● VOCABULARY BUILDING ACTIVITIES
● SUMMARIZING
knowledge from print ● FICTION AND NONFICTION RDGS
and other media ● CLOSE READS
● IBRP
● CHORAL READING
● CHOICE BOOKS/RDGS