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Ii unidad josé alberto rodriguez  padilla
Ii unidad josé alberto rodriguez  padilla
Ii unidad josé alberto rodriguez  padilla
Ii unidad josé alberto rodriguez  padilla
Ii unidad josé alberto rodriguez  padilla
Ii unidad josé alberto rodriguez  padilla
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  • 1. Inglés VPresentaciónProfesora:Luz María Juárez DávilaAlumno:José Alberto Rodríguez Padilla5“B”fecha: 18/04/13
  • 2. Skimmingtechnique is a quick read. It is used in order to obtain an overviewof the content of a text. This type of reading is quick and active,reading more attention must be focused towards the general ideaof the text. For use certain strategies are applied such as:(a) Locate keywords related to the topic of the text to read.(b) Locate words that are repeated.(c) Locate words that are similar to Spanish.(d) Observe typographical aids (letters in bold, highlighted, titles,sub-titles, graphics, etc..), since they break the text and identify thecontents of each part. Very often in bold (baldheads) definitionsand key terms. Graphs and maps have titles and / or headers thattell of trying. All these tracks will help you find the informationyoure looking for.
  • 3. ScanningThis technique is used in order to locate specific information (data, details,date, names, etc.). It involves moving your eyes quickly over the length of thetext "hunting" information, ie looking for specific words and phrases. Thedefined objective is to find the desired data, ignoring the rest of the content.This reading technique is also known as reading and skipping isrecommended to improve understanding and reading speed (it prevents there-reading longer texts) which allows us to solve reading comprehensionexercises more effectively .This technique is one that we apply when we look for a number in the phonebook, find dates, names and places, but also can be used to reviseparagraphs, tables and maps, and that what we do is look for specificinformation.These methods will make reading easier to capture large amounts ofinformation in a limited space of time. These techniques can also be usedwhen you do not need to know the meaning of every word to understand themessage of the text.
  • 4. PredictingEffective readers use pictures, titles, headings, and text—aswell as personal experiences—to make predictions before theybegin to read. Predicting involves thinking ahead while readingand anticipating information and events in the text. Aftermaking predictions, students can read through the text andrefine, revise, and verify their predictions.The strategy of making predictions actively engages studentsand connects them to the text by asking them what they thinkmight occur in the story. Using the text, students refine, revise,and verify their thinking and predictions.
  • 5. PreviewingThis technique involves a preliminary review of the reading material likely. Thatreview can generate a number of ideas that can help us decide whether thematerial in question we find it appropriate and useful to our purposes and, ifso, tell us how to deal with it.For the application of this technique have several steps, which include:(a) Asking questions related to the title of the material, trying to generatehypotheses content.(b) review the authors name, publication date, and other informationidentifying the work or reading material (this in order to verify whether thematerial is relevant or not for our purposes of reading or seeking information).(c) If a periodical or book, check out the preface or introduction to search forrelevant information.(d) Review the table of contents, index, appendix, etc.. to form an idea of ​​thestructure of the work (if a book or novel for example).

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