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MODOS DEMOCRÁTICOS Y COLECTIVOS DE CONSTRUCCIÓN Y PRACTICAS
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Ask questions about the theme or the author's intentions. Getting in the habit of asking questions will help you improve your comprehension by getting you truly involved in the story. You're trying to figure out what's going on, and in order to do that, you need to ask some questions and pose possible answers. Write down your questions in your notes, as well as your answers.
Don't rewrite the novel. On the other hand, don't write so few notes that you can't follow what was going on chronologically in the story at a given point.
Read with a helper. Whether that helper is a teacher, a friend, or a parent, read with someone above your level who you're comfortable with talking to and asking questions. When reading with a helper, follow this structure
Try writing down characters and their relationships on one page and a basic time line for the story on another page. Draw a family tree, if it helps
Read aloud. Reading aloud is a great way to slow down while reading. Slower reading usually means more comprehension, because you have more time to process what you're reading. An added benefit of slow reading is that you get to see the words on the page (visual learning) and hear the same words spoken aloud (audio learning).
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Find any type of paper to keep notes in. If you're reading for fun, get as many pieces of paper as you think you'll need for the story and, of course, grab a pen or pencil..
Jot down what you remember about each chapter, section, or even paragraph. If your reading comprehension is already decent, you may only need to take occasional notes.
Are you trying to read a book and have no idea when a character appeared and became the most important character in the book?
Get better at identifying words (vocabulary). If you don't know what a word means, it's going to be hard to improve comprehension. Have a rough idea of what vocabulary level you should be at given your age. If you're below your level, try starting with books that you fully understand and then work your way up.
If you are reading factual information, such as a textbook or a newspaper, use the organization of the piece to guide you. In addition to the table of contents, section headings, and titles.
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Anytime a major event happens, or a new character is introduced, or some odd detail sticks out, write it down in your notes.