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Week 1, Lecture 2 - The Reading Process

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Transcript of Week 1, Lecture 2 - The Reading Process

Cognitive-Constructivist View
Sociocultural Theory
How society and culture impact reading
Word Recognition and Fluency
Why is
word recognition
and
fluency
so important to the
reading process
?
Construction-Integration Process
Automaticity
Reader-Response Theory
Meaning of a text comes from the reader
The Reading Process
For next week:
How do we understand it?
So much depends
upon

a red wheel
barrow

glazed with rain
water

beside the white
chickens.

Look at the Announcements for information
Cognitive View
Background knowledge is key
Reader is an active part of the process
Reader does cognitive work during the process of making meaning from text
Constructivist View
Meaning is subjective
Meaning comes from what you already know and mixing that with what the text says
Different texts allow for different ranges of interpretation
Helps us to understand comprehension
Figure 1.2 Graves pg. 6
Construction
Building a Textbase
Retelling
Summarizing
Text Structure
Integration
Building the mental model
Predicting
Inferring
Making connections
Use prior knowledge of experiences, concepts, genre, & text structure
Monitoring Comprehension
Do I understand it?
Self-questioning
Predicting
Confirming
Clarifying
Summarizing
Schema
Knowledge in organized compartments
"Mark stopped at McDonald's on the way home."
Graves, pg. 8
Doing something without having to think about it
Efferent Reading: informational
Aesthetic Reading: fun, pleasure
Importance of cultural background
Socializing is crucial for learning
All social contexts have an impact on learning
Read Chapter 2
Complete your first Reader Response Inquiry (RRI)
Sign up for a presentation group on Canvas
Did you pick up your name card so that I know that you are here?
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