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The Reading Process

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what does it mean to set a purpose before you read? to have a reason to read. It gives you something to look for when you are reading
what should you do when you are previewing a selection you should skim and scan
how long should it take to preview a couple minutes
why should you preview what you are about to read it gives you some information about the text
what 4 pieces of information does previewing give you length, difficulty/vocabulary, content, and organization
why is it important to make a plan for what you are going to read to help you reach your purpose
why should you read with a purpose it gives you something to focus on
you will have a better understanding of what you are reading if you know ____ you are reading. why... (purpose)
what does it mean to connect with your reading it means to link it, or relate it, to experiences in your own life.
when you are finished reading, what 3 questions should you ask yourself? "did i learn what I wanted to learn? Does anything seem confusing? Can I answer the question in my purpose?"
what is the key to remembering what you learned? to make the information your own (connect)
First step before reading: Set a purpose.. that means to ask yourself a question, like what you want to find out when you're reading the text so you have a reason to read.
Second step b4 reading preview the material- skim and scan
Third step before reading plan a reading strategy to fulfill your purpose
first step during reading read with a purpose-look for information that fits with your purpose
second step during reading connect- relate your own experiences to the text
third step during reading take notes or highlight to remember what you are reading
first step after reading pause, reflect, and look back to see if you found any information that FITS YOUR PURPOSE
second step after reading reread in case you missed and key information
third step after reading remember what you learned.
what is THE MAJOR question you should ask yourself when you're done reading can i answer my purpose
Created by: Relk793



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