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READING-recognition of printed or writtensymbols which serve as stimuli forthe recall of meanings built upthrough the read...
READING-subtle and complexprocess ofthinking, evaluating, reasoning, and problem-solving (reading experts)
READING-golden key to the worldof enlightenment andenjoyment.
READING-reading enables one to ponder on themysteries of the universe, exploreaccumulated knowledge, andcontemplate on the...
READING ACTPerceptionUnderstandingInterpretationUse
READING ACTPerceptionrecognize the words and grasp theideas presented
READING ACT-tell what the words stand for inrelation to the other words or context-understands the ideas of what hereads a...
READING ACTInterpretation-ability to react to the new knowledgewhich the word conveys in relation topast experiences-acts ...
READING ACTUse-ability to apply what is readin appropriate situations-applies the ideas acquired tosolve problems/ direct ...
READING ACTPerceptionUnderstandingInterpretationUse
LevelsofComprehensionLITERAL LEVELINTERPRETATIVE/IMPLIED LEVELCRITICAL LEVELAPPLICATION/CREATIVELEVEL
LITERAL-gets facts/ ideas fromexplicit or statedinformation
LITERAL-who, what, when, where questions areoften answered
INTERPRETATIVEIMPLIED-understand ideas fromimplicit information intext
INTERPRETATIVEIMPLIED-understand ideasfrom implicitinformation in text
CRITICAL-identify ideas stated andimplied which leads toconclusions and judgments
CRITICAL-reader uses the facts stated andideas implied to arrive at adecision, a conclusion or ajudgment
APPLICATIONCREATIVE-reader reacts to the selection he readshis on his own terms. He uses theknowledge gained in a similar ...
APPLICATIONCREATIVE-apply knowledge gained in arelated situation;-share appreciation or knowledgegained ininterpretation, ...
LevelsofComprehensionLITERAL LEVELINTERPRETATIVE/IMPLIED LEVELCRITICAL LEVELAPPLICATION/CREATIVELEVEL
Chris walked through a ‘shortcut’ tovisit his girlfriend. On the way, Chriswas robbed and beaten by severalrowdy rogues.
LITERAL LEVELINTERPRETATIVE/IMPLIED LEVELCRITICAL LEVELAPPLICATION/CREATIVE LEVEL•Where is Chris going?•What happened to h...
WHY DO WE HAVE TO READ?WHAT IS THE IMPORTANCEOF READING?AS A STUDENT, HOW WILL YOUBENEFIT FROM READING?
ActivityAs part of the campaign of the HSC Department in developingthe habit of reading of students, you were asked by th...
Introduction to reading
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  1. 1. READING-recognition of printed or writtensymbols which serve as stimuli forthe recall of meanings built upthrough the reader’s pastexperiences (Bond andTinker, 1967)
  2. 2. READING-subtle and complexprocess ofthinking, evaluating, reasoning, and problem-solving (reading experts)
  3. 3. READING-golden key to the worldof enlightenment andenjoyment.
  4. 4. READING-reading enables one to ponder on themysteries of the universe, exploreaccumulated knowledge, andcontemplate on the unknown
  5. 5. READING ACTPerceptionUnderstandingInterpretationUse
  6. 6. READING ACTPerceptionrecognize the words and grasp theideas presented
  7. 7. READING ACT-tell what the words stand for inrelation to the other words or context-understands the ideas of what hereads and sees its implicationUnderstanding
  8. 8. READING ACTInterpretation-ability to react to the new knowledgewhich the word conveys in relation topast experiences-acts in response to what he reads byevaluating the value of judgementsor conclusions
  9. 9. READING ACTUse-ability to apply what is readin appropriate situations-applies the ideas acquired tosolve problems/ direct hisactivities
  10. 10. READING ACTPerceptionUnderstandingInterpretationUse
  11. 11. LevelsofComprehensionLITERAL LEVELINTERPRETATIVE/IMPLIED LEVELCRITICAL LEVELAPPLICATION/CREATIVELEVEL
  12. 12. LITERAL-gets facts/ ideas fromexplicit or statedinformation
  13. 13. LITERAL-who, what, when, where questions areoften answered
  14. 14. INTERPRETATIVEIMPLIED-understand ideas fromimplicit information intext
  15. 15. INTERPRETATIVEIMPLIED-understand ideasfrom implicitinformation in text
  16. 16. CRITICAL-identify ideas stated andimplied which leads toconclusions and judgments
  17. 17. CRITICAL-reader uses the facts stated andideas implied to arrive at adecision, a conclusion or ajudgment
  18. 18. APPLICATIONCREATIVE-reader reacts to the selection he readshis on his own terms. He uses theknowledge gained in a similar situationin life
  19. 19. APPLICATIONCREATIVE-apply knowledge gained in arelated situation;-share appreciation or knowledgegained ininterpretation, dramatics, writingoriginal selections, etc.
  20. 20. LevelsofComprehensionLITERAL LEVELINTERPRETATIVE/IMPLIED LEVELCRITICAL LEVELAPPLICATION/CREATIVELEVEL
  21. 21. Chris walked through a ‘shortcut’ tovisit his girlfriend. On the way, Chriswas robbed and beaten by severalrowdy rogues.
  22. 22. LITERAL LEVELINTERPRETATIVE/IMPLIED LEVELCRITICAL LEVELAPPLICATION/CREATIVE LEVEL•Where is Chris going?•What happened to him on his way tohis girlfriend?•Who robbed Chris?•What could Chris havewhen he was going to hisgirlfriend?What should have Chrisdone to avoid beingrobbed?What does the story tell uswhen we are walking in anunfamiliar place?
  23. 23. WHY DO WE HAVE TO READ?WHAT IS THE IMPORTANCEOF READING?AS A STUDENT, HOW WILL YOUBENEFIT FROM READING?
  24. 24. ActivityAs part of the campaign of the HSC Department in developingthe habit of reading of students, you were asked by the HSCDirector to design a button pin that will promote the importanceof reading in FEU-East Asia College. The best design will bechosen by the majority vote of the class. The chosen design willbe manufactured and distributed to the class as part of thecampaign.
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