Observing – OWI

This term we will be focusing on using OWIs as a reading strategy to assist our comprehension. The O stands for observing, which means it is something that you can see in the text, not what you think, predict or infer. Use the text and image to observe three main facts.


2 thoughts on “Observing – OWI

  1. OWI sounds a bit complicated but I’m sure this will help me with my education a lot more and so I understand it better!

    – Cheryl’s 13 month-old son was strapped into his pram when it rolled off the rivers edge…
    – Simon was under water for about five seconds fully submerged face down.
    – The incident took place at a unfenced river area… a popular place for families with young children.

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