Reading to Write

Reading to Write |rēdi ng toō rīt|
(noun)

 

1. The technique of training students to read history, literature, and science text
with the foresight of how the material will be tested or reviewed at the end of a unit.

 

2. Specific method of annotating, highlighting and note-taking nightly work into
thematic categories to preemptively think about possible theses and supporting
content
: While reading Chapter 5 of Huck Finn, Abby kept track of important quotes and passages, using reading-to-write to gather material for a possible thesis on Twain’s imagery and views of morality.