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Reading skills omar ortiz 5 b

  1. 1. skimming, scanning, predicting, previewing Omar Alejandro Ortiz Gaytan 5 “B”
  2. 2. quick reading of the text, without stopping to understand unfamiliar words or anything to catch the main point.
  3. 3. quick read, but more slowly than skimming, trying to ensure that you know the meaning of the words and trying to get other ideas besides the main underlying
  4. 4. Effective readers use pictures, titles, headings, and text—as well as personal experiences—to make predictions before they begin to read. Predicting involves thinking ahead while reading and anticipating information and events in the text. After making predictions, students can read through the text and refine, revise, and verify their predictions. The strategy of making predictions actively engages students and connects them to the text by asking them what they think might occur in the story. Using the text, students refine, revise, and verify their thinking and predictions.
  5. 5. This technique involves a preliminary review of the reading material likely. That review can generate a number of ideas that can help us decide whether the material in question we find it appropriate and useful to our purposes and, if so, tell us how to deal with it. For the application of this technique have several steps, which include: (a) Asking questions related to the title of the material, trying to generate hypotheses content. (b) review the author's name, publication date, and other information identifying the work or reading material (this in order to verify whether the material is relevant or not for our purposes of reading or seeking information). (c) If a periodical or book, check out the preface or introduction to search for relevant information. (d) Review the table of contents, index, appendix, etc.. to form an idea of ​​the structure of the work (if a book or novel for example).
  6. 6. Thanks for your attention

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