17 terms

chapter 4

academic network
- using the benefits of social networking to inter act with peers, faculty, and support service toward the purpose of improving academic performance.
developing vocabulary
-Learning new words
- learning new vocabulary and understanding the definition.,
forethought phase
- The analyze of the instructor's assignment and the author's purpose with a set goal and strategies.
- before reading analyze or preview instructors assignment/syllabus and set a purpose select goals and strategies pull in background knowledge
group projects
- a project that is done in a group
-Group of three or more students working on an assignment to achieve the same goal.
individual project
- a project that must be done individually
-particular product within a product line
monitoring comprehension
-making certain that the text is making sense to the reader
-evaluating your understanding as you read and correcting the problem whenever you realize that you are not comprehending.
performance phase
- the phase were the student shows their work in a speech or presentation/ paper to show that they understand the text.
-Involves completing the entire procedure without assistance.
-The act or art of tracing or inscribing on a surface letters or ideographs
- letters or symbols written or imprinted on a surface to represent the sounds or words of a language
prior knowledge
- is the familiarity with the topic of the reading
-what you already knew before reading
- intensely private and complex activity or skill in which the reader catches (understands) every sort of printed communication.
-the cognitive process of understanding a written linguistic message
reflection phase
- the phase were the student analyze their goal and their successes and failures.
-Evaluation whether you meet your goals set earlier and analyze successes and failures.
solving problem/case study
- solving a problem through and case study
sharpening concentration
- Set specific goals, read purposefully to meet those goals, and choose the best time of day to read.
- understanding; setting specific goals, reading purposefully, choosing the best time of day to read, and taking breaks., ,
- the reviewing of text or other refection materials for a class or test.
- consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning
textual sources
- places that a student can get information
Ex literature, research articles, reference text and survey text
- books, handouts, websites assigned; each provides knowledge that needs to be monitored.
- one that is of equal standing with another
- a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
problem - solving classes
- learning steps or process to create something
- class time is used to solve problems and to discuss the process of doing so.