READING STRATEGIES

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THIS IS A PRESENTATION FOR READING A BOOK NAMED THINK BIG BY DR. BEN CARSON.

THIS IS A PRESENTATION FOR READING A BOOK NAMED THINK BIG BY DR. BEN CARSON.

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  • 3. Reading is a Good readers do not selective process. concentrate on all the Efficient single marks they see reading does not on paper. They often result from precise skip words to get the perception and sense more quickly. identification of all Look elements at the sentences that but from skill in follow:selecting meaningful blocks. A gir- was read--- a b--- wh-- the teleph--- ----. Im-----tely s-- went -- answ--. A girl was reading a book when the telephone rang. Immediately she went to answer. 23
  • 4. Skimming: to read quickly a text, in order to get general information about its content Scanning: to Extensive reading: to approach texts of a givenread a text in orderto find a particular piece of Reading length focusing on their general development rather than on information (with the help of key techniques the comprehension of single details. It is, for example, what you do words) when you read to enjoy the Intensive reading: to read a text in order to get its clear and complete understanding. It is, for example, what you do when you read a recipe of a new dish you want to cook, or a textbook for your exam 34
  • 5. Even the first reading of a text involves acritical act. Characterized by a sudden andunware effort to guess or sense.The reader always makes succesive inferenceon what will be writen, and, steo by step arrivesat a confirmation. 45
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  • 8. ConclusionEach act of reading, inwhich one reads the text andat the same time, oneself, isa more or less subjectiveinterpretation. 8
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