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Chapter 3: Reading and Study Strategies. PowerPoint by JoAnn Yaworski and Mimi Markus. Bridging the Gap, 8/e Brenda Smith. In this Chapter You Will Learn about: . Strategic Reading Four types of readers Three stages of reading Metacognition. What Is Strategic Reading?.

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chapter 3 reading and study strategies

Chapter 3: Reading and Study Strategies

PowerPoint by JoAnn Yaworski

and Mimi Markus

Bridging the Gap, 8/eBrenda Smith

© 2005 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Longman

in this chapter you will learn about
In this Chapter You Will Learn about:
  • Strategic Reading
  • Four types of readers
  • Three stages of reading
  • Metacognition

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what is strategic reading
What Is Strategic Reading?

Strategic reading is using specific techniques for understanding, studying, and learning.

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four types of readers
Four Types of Readers
  • Tacit learners/readers
  • Aware learners/readers
  • Strategic learners/readers
  • Reflective learners/readers

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Survey

Question

Read

Recite

Review

SQ3R

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three stages of reading
Three Stages of Reading
  • Previewing stage
  • Reading stage
  • Self-testing stage

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what is previewing
What Is Previewing

Previewing is personally connecting

with the material before you start to read.

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signposts for answering preview questions
Signposts for Answering Preview Questions
  • Titles
  • Introductory material
  • Subheadings
  • Italics, boldface print, and numbers
  • Visual aids
  • Concluding summary

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why use a study system
Why Use a Study System?

Successful Academic Reader

  • Predicting
  • Summarizing
  • Self-testing
  • Establishing relationships to prior knowledge

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schema
Schema

Network of Known Information

  • Call up old information
  • Add the new information
  • Link new to old information
  • Store all information in memory

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stage 2 integrating knowledge
Stage 2: Integrating Knowledge

5 Thinking Strategies of Good Readers

  • Predict (develop hypotheses)
  • Picture (develop images during reading)
  • Relate (link prior knowledge with new ideas)
  • Clarify points (monitor your ongoing comprehension)
  • Correct gaps in comprehension (use correction strategies)

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metacognition
Metacognition
  • Know about reading
  • Know how to monitor
  • Know how to correct confusion

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stage 3 self testing
Stage 3: Self-Testing
  • Telling yourself what you have learned
  • Recalling
  • Relating it to what you already know
  • Reacting
  • Evaluating

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recall by writing
Recall by Writing
  • Blend
  • Reconcile
  • Gain personal ownership of new knowledge

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how to recall
How to Recall
  • Self-test
  • Make connections
    • To self
    • To text
    • To world
  • React and reflect

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visit the longman english pages
Visit the Longman English Pages
  • http://www.ablongman.com/englishpages

Take a Road Trip to New Orleans!

Be sure to visit the Active Reading

module in your

Reading Road Trip CD-ROM

for multimedia tutorials, exercises, and tests.

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