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Critical Reading Strategies. Critical Reading Section Strategy Review. Sentence Completion. Passage-Based. Skim (label questions, box Q details) Actively Read (annotate passage). Keyword Relationships ( , = , ≠) Connotations ( + , - , o). Practice Section Evaluation.

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Critical Reading Strategies


Critical Reading Section Strategy Review

Sentence Completion

Passage-Based

Skim

(label questions, box Q details)

Actively Read

(annotate passage)

  • Keyword

  • Relationships

    (, =, ≠)

  • Connotations

    (+, - , o)


Practice Section Evaluation

  • Sentence Completion Strategies

    • 5 points for identifying relationship words and connotations

  • Skimming

    • 5 points for correctly labeling the questions and marking specific details in the passage

  • Active Reading

    • 10 points for annotating the passage (Thesis? Purpose/main idea? Tone? Trigger Words? Etc.)

      [20 points total]


College Board’s CR Strategies

  • Mark the passage or make short notes

  • Use your knowledge and experience carefully

  • Read actively

  • If you’re having a hard time with a passage, read the questions first


On testing day…

  • Of course, you are the test taker, you decide how to approach the test.

  • These are universal strategies that test makers, takers, and companies emphasize as the most effective.

  • We are starting slow, then practicing over and over to make them second nature.


Quiz Thursday

Vocabulary Review


Exasperation


Enervating


Extenuating


Ephemeral

Or

Evanescent


Emulate


Exemplary


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