142, for a ready-made example) that includes spaces for students to record their findings from the preview, clunks (limited to three) and definitions along with strategy used, the gist of each section, three types of questions, and a review section to summarize the text.
Leader: "Everyone, write down your clunks in your CSR learning log."
Clunk Expert: "Please share one of your clunks,--(name somebody)."
This started as only an oral lesson as the focus was on the discussion by activating prior knowledge, making predictions, identifying details, determining the main idea, identifying clunks, sharing information and generating questions to locate new information.
The focus of the lesson was to identify clunks in our reading and clarify meaning.
They actually scanned the text looking for 'clunks' before they started reading, they were verbalising the strategies they were using while they were reading the text and they were generating questions about the text after the reading.