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The Effective Reader (Updated Edition) by D. J. Henry. Chapter 1: A Reading System for Effective Readers PowerPoint Presentation by Gretchen Starks-Martin St. Cloud State University, MN. © 2004 Pearson Education Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers. The Reading Process.

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the effective reader updated edition by d j henry

The Effective Reader (Updated Edition)by D. J. Henry

Chapter 1: A Reading System

for Effective Readers

PowerPoint Presentation

by Gretchen Starks-Martin

St. Cloud State University, MN

© 2004 Pearson Education Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers

the reading process
The Reading Process
  • Comprehension is an understanding of what has been read.
  • The most important aspect of being an effective reader is being an active reader.
  • Active reading means that you ask questions, find answers, and react to the author’s ideas.
prior knowledge
Prior Knowledge
  • Prior knowledge is the large body of information that is learned throughout a lifetime of experience.
  • The more prior knowledge you have about a topic, the more likely you are to understand that topic.
  • This is why effective readers build their knowledge base by reading often!
the reading process4
The Reading Process
  • Effective readers break reading into a three-step process:
    • Before reading, look over or preview the material. Ask questions about the material you are about to read.
    • During reading, test your understanding of the material.
    • After reading, review and react to what you have learned.
sq3r reading process
SQ3R Reading Process
  • Survey
  • Question
  • Read
  • Recite
  • Review
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SQ3R

Before Reading

  • Survey or skim the reading passage for organization and what it is going to talk about. Look at the following:
    • Italics
    • Boldface type
    • Titles, introductions, headings
    • Pictures and graphs
    • First paragraph, summaries, questions
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SQ3R

Before Reading

  • Ask Questions before you read.
    • What is the passage about?
    • How is the material organized?
    • What do I already know? What is my prior knowledge?
    • What is my purpose for reading?
    • What is my reading plan?
    • What are the most important parts to remember?
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SQ3R

During Reading

  • Read. Continue to ask questions.
    • Does the information agree with what I already knew?
    • Do I need to change what I thought I knew?
    • What is the significance of this information?
    • Do I need to remember this?
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SQ3R

During Reading

  • Read. Continue to ask questions.
    • Form questions from headings, subheadings, words in bold print and italics.
    • Reread parts you don’t understand
    • Reread when your mind drifts during reading.
    • Read ahead to see if the idea becomes clearer.
    • Determine the meaning of words from context.
    • Look up new or difficult words.
    • Think about ideas even when they differ from your own.
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SQ3R

During Reading

  • Recite.
    • Make sure you understand by repeating the information.
    • Create a picture in your mind or on paper.
    • Restate the ideas in your own words.
    • Write out answers to the questions you created based on the headings and subheadings.
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SQ3R

After Reading

  • Review.
    • Go back over the material to review it.
    • Summarize the most important parts.
    • Revisit the answers to your questions.
    • Review new words and their meanings.
    • Think and write about what you have read.
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SQ3R

After Reading

  • Review.
    • Connect new information to your prior knowledge about the topic.
    • Form opinions about the material and the author.
    • Notice changes in your opinions based on the new information.
    • Write about what you have read.
chapter review
Chapter Review
  • Prior knowledge is the body of information that is learned throughout a lifetime of experience.
  • Comprehension is an understanding of information.
  • SQ3R stands for Survey, Question, Read, Recite, and Review.
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Chapter Review
  • Effective readers divide the reading process into the following three phases:
    • Before reading
    • During reading
    • After reading
complete the applications review tests and mastery tests for chapter 1 in your textbook
Practice

Complete the Applications, Review Tests, and Mastery Tests for Chapter 1 in your textbook.

*Remember to complete your scorecard for the Review Tests in this chapter.

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