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					  When you read
  “Balto, the Dog
Who Saved Nome,”
did you think about
what might happen
       next?
  Thinking about
what might happen
 is called making
    predictions.
Making predictions
  can help you be a
better reader. It can
 also make reading
     more fun!
  When you make
predictions, you are
  like a detective.
You use clues in the
 story to help you
     predict.
You also use what
you already know.
A chart like this can
   help you make
    predictions.
Clue in the     What I
  Story         Know




Character’s   Prediction
  Traits
Clue in the       What I
  Story           Know
Balto must
pull the sled
 across sea
     ice.



Character’s     Prediction
  Traits
                  What I
Clue in the       Know
  Story
                   Ice over
Balto must        water can
pull the sled       crack,
 across sea      leaving big
     ice.           holes.



Character’s     Prediction
  Traits
                  What I
Clue in the       Know
  Story
                   Ice over
Balto must        water can
pull the sled       crack,
 across sea      leaving big
     ice.           holes.



Character’s     Prediction
  Traits
Balto knows
how to think
for himself.
                   What I
Clue in the        Know
  Story
                    Ice over
Balto must         water can
pull the sled        crack,
 across sea       leaving big
     ice.            holes.



Character’s      Prediction
  Traits
                Balto will be
Balto knows     able to avoid
how to think    cracks in the
for himself.         ice.
Sometimes you find
 new clues as you
      read.
This means you are
  being an active
reader and a good
     detective.
 Think about the
new clues and what
you already know.
Then make new
 predictions.

				
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