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Reading Strategies, CUP Reading, AEC Response, Writing Process
Terms in this set (17)
Use titles, headings, text, and illustrations to determine what will happen next.
Use your five senses to create mental images of what you read.
Determine the author's purpose, main ideas, supporting details, and themes.
Sort information and categorize as you read.
Relate the text to yourself, other texts, or what you notice in the world around you.
Use clues in the text and your own background knowledge to draw conclusions.
Combine your prior knowledge with new knowledge to make judgments around the text as a whole.
a statement of what you intend to prove in your paragraph; your opinion on the topic
Examples and reasons that prove your assertion.
Explains how your evidence supports your assertion
The thinking and planning done before a person writes (example: brain dump)
To draw the outline or plan of; sketch a rough copy in complete sentences
Refining, improving, and changing ideas or concepts in the text; Using ARMS
The process of updating a document to make changes, correct errors, and make it visually appealing; Using CUPS
Making the text ready to share with an audience.
A revision strategy involving Adding, Removing, Moving, Substituting
An editing strategy for Capitalization, Usage, Punctuation, and Spelling
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