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9th gr Rdg Strategie

9th gr reading strategies quiz (pp 979-980)

QuestionAnswer
skimming reading rapidly to identify main ideas
scanning searching for specific information by glancing over the text and looking for key words
active reading interacting wtih the text by drawing on your background making predictions, and inferences, and monitoring and modifying your reading strategies appropriately
methods of previewing a text skimming, scanning, and active reading
areas of text that may be previewed before reading title, table of contents, headings, and illustrations
reasons why it is important to know your purpose when reading will help you decide how quickly to read and what to focus on
KWL used to track knowledge and draw on your own experiences
KWL Know, want, learn
KWL what I already know, what I want to learn, and what I learned
making predictions make predictions by previewing a text and guessing what is about to happen and reader jots down what they think will happen next and then adjust their predictions accordingly while reading
inference a guess based on evidence
factors on which inferences are guessed evidence in the text and personal experience
when making inferences about aspects of literature, readers look for specific elements in relation to: character, tone, and theme
character element look at character's speech, actions, thoughts, and appearance; what others think and say about the character
tone element look at the writer's choice of words and details
theme element look at the turning point in a story; how main characters change, what do they learn
types of inferences conclusion and generalization
conclusion inference a judgement based on a consideration of evidence; i.e. piecing together an object in a poem and you decide that the object is a symbol
generalization inference broad statement based on specific examples; i.e. literary theme
steps for monitoring reading rereading, reading on, asking questions, and using resources
summary way to check your comprehension
summary a short restatement of the important ideas and details in a work
elements of a story map basic situation, setting, main character, his/her problem, main events or complications, climax, and resolution
paraphrase express every idea line by line in your own words
technique for checking comprehension for nonfiction text main ideas and supporting details
reading strategies previewing and setting a purpose, using your backgroun, making predictions, making inferences,monitoring your reading, and checking your comprehension
edgar allen poe invented the short story in 1800
edgar allen poe father of short story
short story-poe's definition a brief tale that can be read in one sitting
elements of a short story according to Poe aim to tell truth, read in one sitting, no loose ends, totality of a single effect, and begin with a single effect in first sentence
short story short, concentrated, fictional prose narrative with a single purpose
short story built on a plot that consists of four "bare bones", including exposition, complications, climax, and resolution
exposition basic situations; part of the plot that gives information aboiut characters and their problems or conflicts (usually an opening story)
complications main character takes some action to resolve the conflict and is met with more complications
climax the moment of great emotional intensity or suspense in teh plot
major climax point in the story when conflict is decided one way or another-the key scene when readers discover the outcome of the conflict
resolution denouement or end of story; all struggles are over and we know what will happen to the character; closes the story
skimming reading rapidly to identify main ideas
scanning searching for specific information by glancing over the text and looking for key words
active reading interacting wtih the text by drawing on your background making predictions, and inferences, and monitoring and modifying your reading strategies appropriately
methods of previewing a text skimming, scanning, and active reading
areas of text that may be previewed before reading title, table of contents, headings, and illustrations
reasons why it is important to know your purpose when reading will help you decide how quickly to read and what to focus on
KWL used to track knowledge and draw on your own experiences
KWL Know, want, learn
KWL what I already know, what I want to learn, and what I learned
making predictions make predictions by previewing a text and guessing what is about to happen and reader jots down what they think will happen next and then adjust their predictions accordingly while reading
inference a guess based on evidence
factors on which inferences are guessed evidence in the text and personal experience
when making inferences about aspects of literature, readers look for specific elements in relation to: character, tone, and theme
character element look at character's speech, actions, thoughts, and appearance; what others think and say about the character
tone element look at the writer's choice of words and details
theme element look at the turning point in a story; how main characters change, what do they learn
types of inferences conclusion and generalization
conclusion inference a judgement based on a consideration of evidence; i.e. piecing together an object in a poem and you decide that the object is a symbol
generalization inference broad statement based on specific examples; i.e. literary theme
steps for monitoring reading rereading, reading on, asking questions, and using resources
summary way to check your comprehension
summary a short restatement of the important ideas and details in a work
elements of a story map basic situation, setting, main character, his/her problem, main events or complications, climax, and resolution
paraphrase express every idea line by line in your own words
technique for checking comprehension for nonfiction text main ideas and supporting details
reading strategies previewing and setting a purpose, using your backgroun, making predictions, making inferences,monitoring your reading, and checking your comprehension
edgar allen poe invented the short story in 1800
edgar allen poe father of short story
short story-poe's definition a brief tale that can be read in one sitting
elements of a short story according to Poe aim to tell truth, read in one sitting, no loose ends, totality of a single effect, and begin with a single effect in first sentence
short story short, concentrated, fictional prose narrative with a single purpose
short story built on a plot that consists of four "bare bones", including exposition, complications, climax, and resolution
exposition basic situations; part of the plot that gives information aboiut characters and their problems or conflicts (usually an opening story)
complications main character takes some action to resolve the conflict and is met with more complications
climax the moment of great emotional intensity or suspense in teh plot
major climax point in the story when conflict is decided one way or another-the key scene when readers discover the outcome of the conflict
resolution denouement or end of story; all struggles are over and we know what will happen to the character; closes the story
skimming reading rapidly to identify main ideas
scanning searching for specific information by glancing over the text and looking for key words
active reading interacting wtih the text by drawing on your background making predictions, and inferences, and monitoring and modifying your reading strategies appropriately
methods of previewing a text skimming, scanning, and active reading
areas of text that may be previewed before reading title, table of contents, headings, and illustrations
reasons why it is important to know your purpose when reading will help you decide how quickly to read and what to focus on
KWL used to track knowledge and draw on your own experiences
KWL Know, want, learn
KWL what I already know, what I want to learn, and what I learned
making predictions make predictions by previewing a text and guessing what is about to happen and reader jots down what they think will happen next and then adjust their predictions accordingly while reading
inference a guess based on evidence
factors on which inferences are guessed evidence in the text and personal experience
when making inferences about aspects of literature, readers look for specific elements in relation to: character, tone, and theme
character element look at character's speech, actions, thoughts, and appearance; what others think and say about the character
tone element look at the writer's choice of words and details
theme element look at the turning point in a story; how main characters change, what do they learn
types of inferences conclusion and generalization
conclusion inference a judgement based on a consideration of evidence; i.e. piecing together an object in a poem and you decide that the object is a symbol
generalization inference broad statement based on specific examples; i.e. literary theme
steps for monitoring reading rereading, reading on, asking questions, and using resources
summary way to check your comprehension
summary a short restatement of the important ideas and details in a work
elements of a story map basic situation, setting, main character, his/her problem, main events or complications, climax, and resolution
paraphrase express every idea line by line in your own words
technique for checking comprehension for nonfiction text main ideas and supporting details
reading strategies previewing and setting a purpose, using your backgroun, making predictions, making inferences,monitoring your reading, and checking your comprehension
edgar allen poe invented the short story in 1800
edgar allen poe father of short story
short story-poe's definition a brief tale that can be read in one sitting
elements of a short story according to Poe aim to tell truth, read in one sitting, no loose ends, totality of a single effect, and begin with a single effect in first sentence
short story short, concentrated, fictional prose narrative with a single purpose
short story built on a plot that consists of four "bare bones", including exposition, complications, climax, and resolution
exposition basic situations; part of the plot that gives information aboiut characters and their problems or conflicts (usually an opening story)
complications main character takes some action to resolve the conflict and is met with more complications
climax the moment of great emotional intensity or suspense in teh plot
major climax point in the story when conflict is decided one way or another-the key scene when readers discover the outcome of the conflict
resolution denouement or end of story; all struggles are over and we know what will happen to the character; closes the story
elements of a short story plot, setting, theme, point of view, irony, conflict, allusion, foreshadowing, suspense, character, characterization, and motivation
types of irony verbal, situational, and dramatic
types of conflict external and internal
setting time, place, when, and where a story takes place
theme central idea of a work of literature
point of view voice of the narrator
types of point of view first person and third person
character person or thing in a story, play or poem
types of characters flat, round, static, and dynamic
characterization the process of revealing the personality of a character
types of characterization indirect and direct
motivation feas or conflicts or needs that drive a character to action
Created by: fhershey