Reading strategies ~^

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Reading strategies ~^

  1. 1.  Inference is when you are reading, you think of what is happening.- Example: Helen is very sad because disease make Helen can’t hear, see or talk.- Evidence: She want to study to talk again.
  2. 2.  Prediction is make guess about the future.- Example: Helen will try her best to talk, she don’t give up and study hard.
  3. 3.  Text to text : Compare to book - Example : She never give up - Connection : I was read a book it talk about a children didn’t have a parent but he never frustrated. Text to self: Compare to myself - Example : Helen scare storm - Connection : When I was a child I scared storm Text to world: Compare to the world. - Example : Helen is a smart people - Connection : Helen like Marie Curie
  4. 4.  Summary is talk about your main idea. Example : Helen was born in 27/06/1880 in USA. When she was 2 years old she can’t talk, can’t hear and can’t see.
  5. 5.  Ask question before readingQ : Is this text fiction or non-fiction? How do you know?A : This text is non-fiction because Helen Keller is a famous people. Ask question during readingQ : What are you wondering know ?A : I wonder to know Why Helen can talk again?. Ask question after readingQ : What are you still wondering about ?A : I still wonder a bout Why Helen can talk again.
  6. 6.  Visualization is draw your favorite scene, and make title for that scene.
  7. 7.  Vocabulary is hard word that you find when you read. Word that you don’t understand.

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