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Reading Strategies

Explains the different reading strategies.

Nancy Luna

on 30 August 2010

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Transcript of Reading Strategies

Reading Strategies Make Connections Why we use it:
to understand characters
to understand an experience How we use it:
Think about how what you are reading relates to your life, other texts, and the world. Inferring Why we use it:
to understand ideas that are not "right there"
to make an opinion
to predict How we use it:
Think about the information/details you read, and consider what it really means. Asking Questions Why we use it:
to keep track of our thinking about the text How we use it:
Think about what you are wondering before, during and after reading. Synthesizing
(Summarizing) Why we use it:
to make deeper meaning by bringing ideas together How we use it:
Think about how ideas, information, or details fit together. Using Schema
(Prior Knowledge) Determining Importance Set a Purpose Why we use it:
so we read for a reason, instead of reading mindlessly How we use it:
Think about what you want to learn or figure out or accomplish (Ask: Whay am I reading this?") Why we use it:
to figure out which ideas are really important - not just interesting How we use it:
Think about whether the the information, details, or ideas help you to understand the topic or if it's just interesting Why we use it:
to relate what is read to what is known for a deeper understanding How we use it:
Think about what you already know before you read and compare it as and after you read
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