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Thinking about my reading self assessment summary[1]

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Thinking about my reading self assessment summary[1]

  1. 1. Thinking About My Reading: Summarizing- Self-Assessment and Goal-Setting SheetName _ Date _Directions: (1) Put a check mark by the things you do well as a reader when summarizing. (2) Highlight the things you think you need to work on to become a better reader. o I read the text features and predict the main idea. o I reflect on my prediction and either confirm or revise it. o I read the text features and think how they relate to the main idea. o I notice boldface and italic words and think how they relate to the main idea. o I read subheadings and titles and think how they relate to the main idea. o I identify a section of text that I can read and remember. o I stop at the end of a section of text to connect, visualize, or remember what Ive read. o I answer questions I have asked. o I reread to verify important ideas. o I reread to clarify meaning. o I reread to choose supporting details and facts. o I eliminate unimportant details.Choose one highlighted item to improve upon:Create a plan to improve upon this skill.1.2.3.Comprehension Shouldnt Be Silent: From Strategy Instruction to Student Independence by Michelle J. Kelley and Nicki Clausen-Grace. © 2007International Reading Association. May be copied for classroom use. 222

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