INTENSIVE AND EXTENSIVE READING :books: READING COMPREHENSION, story map…
INTENSIVE AND EXTENSIVE READING :books: READING COMPREHENSION
Characteristics and purposes :pen:
Reading is a cognitive and thinking process, also decrypts symbols to know and construct meaning
The reader can organized
The purpose of reading
is to allow a person to join new ideas with previous knowledge and ideas
suggestions for Improving Comprehension
DEVELOP A BROAD BACKGROUND
KNOW THE STRUCTURE OF PARAGRAPHS
IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF REASONING
ANTICIPATE AND PREDICT
LOOK FOR THE METHOD OF ORGANIZATION
CREATE MOTIVATION AND INTEREST
PAY ATTENTION TO SUPPORTING CUES
HIGHLIGHT, SUMMARIZE AND REVIEW
BUILD A GOOD VOCABULARY
USE A SYSTEMATIC READING TECHNIQUE LIKE SQR3
Multiple Reading Strategies :eyes:
Its strategy is based on making predictions using prior knowledge
Reader can use titles, headings, pictures and diagrams
Used this elements to anticipe what they are about to read or what comes next
Students can start with predictions about fiction because it is more familiar.
Students can feel more comfortable with narrative text that with informative text
It refers to the capacity to create images in ouw head of a text or words that are listening.
Makes reading comprehension possible.
Is ideal when young students have problems to read
ASKING AND ANSWERING QUESTIONS
Is very important because when we ask and answer several questions we can understand of better manner the text
Can arise more questions in the process
A person thinks in many questions before, while and after they read something.
SKIMMING AND SCANNING
Skimming is when a person reads without a purpose, so not search for specific information.
Read the title, introduction or the first paragraph.
Read any headings or the first sentence of a paragraph.
Look at any picture, chart or graph.
RETELLING AND SUMMARIZING
Student can understand better the information
Improve the memory
Help remove irrelevant ideas
Help to recall
Intensive - Extensive Reading :book:
these are the most important reading styles
students read a great quantity of information with the end have an understanding
usually read novels, magazines, newspapers
students read a short text with attention and depth with the end of obtaining maximum understanding.
usually read textbooks
:pencil2: CHART K-W-L
What I Know
What I Want to Know
What I Learned
Tables that compare and contrast data
Time-driven diagrams that represent
the order of events
Flowcharts that represent the steps of