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What do you see? Young reader tap into the visualization process as they listen to or read a fiction story and fill out a graphic organizer. Model this first with a think-aloud, showing scholars how you visualize a familiar story. For each section that prompts a sensory reaction, record the text and sketch the image that pops into your head. The organizer has room for three sections, however scholars can use the back for more if they need it. Encourage readers to use the five senses and make personal connections to the story. If everyone reads the same story, consider sharing how different learners uniquely visualize the same scene. A story without pictures would be ideal here.