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Reading_Lesson 6 Critical Reading as Looking for Ways of Thinking


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Reading_Lesson 6 Critical Reading as Looking for Ways of Thinking

  2. 2. TEXT can be easily comprehended cannot be easily comprehended
  3. 3. The meaning of words may be implied in three ways: 1. Text 3. Author’s context 2. Reader’s context
  4. 4. Simple Reading Critical Reading - involves identifying and recognizing the meaning of a text - is a more advanced form and a higher level of reading
  5. 5. Critical Reading - is a type of reading whereby the reader analyzes and interpret the reading material to know if it presents logical ideas and connection of ideas
  6. 6. Simple Reading Critical Reading • It gives the basic definition of a text. • After recognizing what a text says, it reflects on what the text does by making judgment.
  7. 7. Simple Reading Critical Reading • Its central idea is the message being imparted. • Its certain goal is to recognize the author’s purpose in writing the material, understand the tone and persuasive elements in it, and to recognize bias in the text.
  8. 8. Simple Reading Critical Reading • It recognizes what a text says. • It recognizes what a text says, reflects on what the text does, and infers on what the text means.
  9. 9. Simple Reading Critical Reading • The reader absorbs and understands. • The reader actively recognizes and analyzes evidence in the text.
  10. 10. Example: Interpret the lyrics through simple and critical reading. “…I don’t need a whole lot of anything. I just need a little bit of everything.”
  11. 11. Annabel Lee By Edgar Allan Poe
  13. 13. Critical Thinking - involves a series of complex thought processes which allows you to make reasoned judgments, assess the way you think, and solve problems effectively
  14. 14. Flow of Critical Thinking
  15. 15. Main vs. Supporting Details Summary Inference Compare And Contrast Problem- Solution Cause And Effect Conclusion Sequence Fact Vs. Opinion
  16. 16. Components of Critical Thinking 1. Getting the Main Idea - involves identifying the general idea in a text which may be explicitly or implicitly stated *Main idea is usually found in the beginning, middle, or end of the text.
  17. 17. 2. Summarizing - includes recalling all pertinent information and thinking how to compact them all in a summary *Incorporate all important ideas and be guided by the WH- questions.
  18. 18. 3. Inferring - is done by combining the reader’s knowledge and background with details and clues stated by the author - is a process used by a reader to understand an idea that the author does not state explicitly
  19. 19. 4. Drawing Conclusions - is usually done after reading the whole text - is figuring out much more than what an author says directly
  20. 20. 5. Analyzing sequence - considers the order of arrangement of events present in the text
  21. 21. 6. Determining Fact from Opinion Opinion – is an unverified idea; it may or may not prove to be true Fact – is an idea that is already proven or is obviously true
  22. 22. 8. Comparing and Contrasting Contrasting is determining how things are different. Comparing is determining how things are the same
  23. 23. 7. Understanding Cause and Effect - involves identifying the event that causes another event
  24. 24. 9. Identifying the problem and solution -involves discussing complex issues and identifying the solution