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  • 1. Becoming a Critical Reader RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 2. What do expert readers do? RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 3. Misperceptions About Expert Readers RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 4. Misperceptions About Expert Readers RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 5. Good Readers Preview Before Reading RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 6. Good Readers Preview Before Reading • Author RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 7. Good Readers Preview Before Reading • Author • Date RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 8. Good Readers Preview Before Reading • Author • Date • Place of publication RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 9. Good Readers Preview Before Reading • Author • Date • Place of publication • Title and subheads RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 10. Good Readers Preview Before Reading • Author • Date • Place of publication • Title and subheads • Skim for main ideas RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 11. Good Readers Preview Before Reading • Author • Date • Place of publication • Title and subheads • Skim for main ideas • Mark up the text RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 12. Good Readers Preview Before Reading • Author • Date • Place of publication • Title and subheads • Skim for main ideas • Mark up the text • Read more than once RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 13. Good Readers Preview Before Reading • Author • Date • Place of publication • Title and subheads • Skim for main ideas • Mark up the text • Read more than once • Summarize RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 14. Good Readers Read Actively RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 15. Good Readers Read Actively • Mark up the text RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 16. Good Readers Read Actively • Mark up the text • Read more than once RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 17. Good Readers Read Actively • Mark up the text • Read more than once • Summarize RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 18. Good Readers Read Actively • Mark up the text • Read more than once • Summarize • Paraphrase as needed RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 19. Summary v. Paraphrase RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 20. Summary v. Paraphrase • Records passage of any length RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 21. Summary v. Paraphrase • Records passage of any length • Selects & condenses; main ideas only RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 22. Summary v. Paraphrase • Records passage of any length • Selects & condenses; main ideas only • May change order of author’s ideas RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 23. Summary v. Paraphrase • Records passage of any length • Selects & condenses; main ideas only • May change order of author’s ideas • Explains and interprets RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 24. Summary v. Paraphrase • Records passage of any • Records short passage length • Selects & condenses; main ideas only • May change order of author’s ideas • Explains and interprets RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 25. Summary v. Paraphrase • Records passage of any • Records short passage length • Records every point in • Selects & condenses; passage main ideas only • May change order of author’s ideas • Explains and interprets RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 26. Summary v. Paraphrase • Records passage of any • Records short passage length • Records every point in • Selects & condenses; passage main ideas only • Records the points • May change order of consecutively, as in author’s ideas original • Explains and interprets RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 27. Summary v. Paraphrase • Records passage of any • Records short passage length • Records every point in • Selects & condenses; passage main ideas only • Records the points • May change order of consecutively, as in author’s ideas original • Explains and interprets • No interpretation RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 28. Summarizing a Brief Passage RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 29. Summarizing a Brief Passage • State the main idea in one sentence RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 30. Summarizing a Brief Passage • State the main idea in one sentence • Include the author’s name in your sentence RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor
  • 31. Summarizing a Brief Passage • State the main idea in one sentence • Include the author’s name in your sentence • If you borrow any phrases or key words, enclose them in quotation marks. RHETORIC I Bruce Clary Fall 2009 Instructor