When we connect to what we are reading, we are thinking about what the author is saying. When we make connections, it considers the relationship between two points: the text and my own experiences, the text and another piece of literature, the text and a real-life situation. BOPDs explored this and documented their thinking in many ways. Some chose to use post its, others wrote lists and a few sought to mentally take notes. We paired up and exchanged notes to share our thinking and how what we read affected us. We are recognizing the author as the other person in the conversation.

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