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  • 2. Reading StrategiesReading is one of the informal tasks that you will often need to complete for your courses. The next activity guides you through steps to regulate your reading and make it as efficient as possible. Choose one reading for a course other than ED-D 101. This activity guides you through the process of regulating your reading: Next lab we will discuss and evaluate the reading strategies

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  • Lab 9 Active Reading
  • Lab 9 Introduction • Do you read effectively and efficiently? In university, much of your learning takes place through readings you do on your own. Learning how to regulate your reading is key to being successful since it allows you to retain the right kinds of information. • In lecture we talked about what to do before, during, and after reading. This week's lab will help walk you through this process in one of your readings this week • You must have a university reading with you in order to do this lab. 2
  • Lab 9 Activity Overview     My Planner Text Structures Active Reading Quiz 4 3
  • Make a Change: Read Effectively • Choose a reading from another course you need to do this week & apply the SRL cycle to regulate your reading – Step 1: Pre-read the text – Step 2: Activate prior knowledge – STRATEGY EXAMPLE – Step 3: Set goals for your reading session – Step 4: Select and use active reading – STRATEGY EXAMPLE
  • Text Structure Activity • Learn to Recognize Text Structures – Recognizing common info structures in your text helps you to read strategically – This activity asks you to identify the structure in some examples textbook excerpts. 5
  • Quiz 4 • Quiz 4 in lab – Any attempts to complete the quiz outside of lab results in automatic failure – All attempts are time stamped and logged • Your instructor will provide you with instructions about how to access the quiz in lab 6