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10 terms
Reading Strategies List 2
context clues
contrast
describe
details
the words in a sentence just before and after an unfamiliar w…
to make note of how two or more things are different from one…
to tell or write about something or someone in detail in orde…
bits of information or description that support the main idea…
context clues
the words in a sentence just before and after an unfamiliar w…
contrast
to make note of how two or more things are different from one…
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Reading Strategies List 14
incomprehensible
legislate
nobility
physical
not understandable
to make or create laws
people who are of high rank, title, or birth
(adj) of or relating to the body; (noun) a medical examinatio…
incomprehensible
not understandable
legislate
to make or create laws
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Reading Strategies List 13
Acute
Appreciative
Cavity
Consider
sharp; keen, quick, intelligent
having or showing gratitude; recognizing the value of someone…
a vacant space; a hole
to think carefully about something before making a decision
Acute
sharp; keen, quick, intelligent
Appreciative
having or showing gratitude; recognizing the value of someone…
14 terms
reading comprehension strategies
infer
predict
visualize
question
A logical conclusion based on observations, each person has t…
Make an educated guess of what is going to take place.
Seeing in your mind's eye what is happening in the book.
Searching for reasons behind events and characters' feelings.
infer
A logical conclusion based on observations, each person has t…
predict
Make an educated guess of what is going to take place.
15 terms
Reading Strategies List 14
reservoir
simmer
sturdy
vast
a place where water is stored for future use
to keep the temperature just below the boiling point
strong; well-built
extremely large; immense
reservoir
a place where water is stored for future use
simmer
to keep the temperature just below the boiling point
9 terms
Active Reading Strategies
Active Reading
Preview
Purpose
Connect
Asking questions, clarify, and connect to what you are reading.
Become familiar with a text before you start reading. Look at…
Know why you are reading...information or entertainment.
Find something you can personally relate to...do the characte…
Active Reading
Asking questions, clarify, and connect to what you are reading.
Preview
Become familiar with a text before you start reading. Look at…
28 terms
Pius XI Reading Strategies Vocabulary
First-Person Narration
Third-Person Narration
Setting
Characterization
narrator is a character in the story; uses "I, we, me"
narrator is outside of the story "he/him, she/her, it, they/t…
the time(s) and place(s) in which the action of a text is set
techniques a writer uses to create or describe characters or…
First-Person Narration
narrator is a character in the story; uses "I, we, me"
Third-Person Narration
narrator is outside of the story "he/him, she/her, it, they/t…
10 terms
Reading Strategies List 3
Fiction
Figurative Language
generalize
graphs
literary work in which the plot and characters are imagines b…
colorful, nonliteral use of words and phrases to achieve a dr…
to form a general rule or idea after considering particular f…
charts or diagrams that visually present changes in something…
Fiction
literary work in which the plot and characters are imagines b…
Figurative Language
colorful, nonliteral use of words and phrases to achieve a dr…
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Reading Strategies List 8
Granite
illicit
judicious
mischievous
a light-colored, hard rock, usually pink or gray
unauthorized; unlawful; illegal
sensible; wise; having or using good judgment
causing mischief; naughty; harmful; prankish
Granite
a light-colored, hard rock, usually pink or gray
illicit
unauthorized; unlawful; illegal
21 terms
Reading ACT Strategies
Focus on the four types of reading pas…
Use a three-step approach to answer th…
Place a star next to main points as yo…
Do NOT read the questions first, befor…
The reading passages on the ACT are arranged in the following…
Instead of reading a question and immediately going back to t…
Placing a star next to the main points helps you to focus and…
Readin the questions first takes too much time and often does…
Focus on the four types of reading pas…
The reading passages on the ACT are arranged in the following…
Use a three-step approach to answer th…
Instead of reading a question and immediately going back to t…
6 terms
6 Reading Strategies
Predict
Visualize
Connect
Question
Try to figure out what will happen next and how the selection…
Picture characters, events, and setting to help you understan…
Connect personally with what you're reading. Think of similar…
Question what happens while you read. Searching for reasons b…
Predict
Try to figure out what will happen next and how the selection…
Visualize
Picture characters, events, and setting to help you understan…
Reading Strategies Vocabulary
summarize
predict
reread
the prefix, "re"
telling what a passage or story is about, but in fewer words
guess the outcome before it happens
to read again
again
summarize
telling what a passage or story is about, but in fewer words
predict
guess the outcome before it happens
11 terms
ACT Reading Strategies
Focus on the four types of reading pas…
Use a three-step approach to answer th…
Place a star next to main points as yo…
Do not read the questions first, befor…
1. Prose fiction... 2. Social science... 3. Humanities... 4. Natural s…
1. Read the question... 2. Read through the four answer choices,…
Helps you to focus and locate important information. There is…
Reading the questions first takes too much time and often doe…
Focus on the four types of reading pas…
1. Prose fiction... 2. Social science... 3. Humanities... 4. Natural s…
Use a three-step approach to answer th…
1. Read the question... 2. Read through the four answer choices,…
21 terms
Reading strategy
Vocabulary question
Vocabulary strategy
Detail Question
Detail Strategy
The word "depressions" in the passage is closest in meaning to
If you know the word, follow the 2 steps below:... ... 1) Choose t…
According to paragraph 6, why are limestone and sandstone aqu…
1) Read the question to understand what information you are b…
Vocabulary question
The word "depressions" in the passage is closest in meaning to
Vocabulary strategy
If you know the word, follow the 2 steps below:... ... 1) Choose t…
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Reading Strategies List 8
Granite
illicit
judicious
mischievous
a light-colored, hard rock, usually pink or gray
unauthorized; unlawful; illegal
sensible; wise; having or using good judgment
causing mischief; naughty; harmful; prankish
Granite
a light-colored, hard rock, usually pink or gray
illicit
unauthorized; unlawful; illegal
9 terms
Reading Strategies (440)
Question Answer Relationships (QARs)
KWL Plus & KWWL
Directed Reading Activity (DRA)
CSSR
Question Answer Relationships is a strategy that enables stud…
The KWL Plus and KWWL strategies are intended to activate stu…
DRA is a strategy that provides students with instructional s…
A short paragraph to introduce the lesson (sets the stage for…
Question Answer Relationships (QARs)
Question Answer Relationships is a strategy that enables stud…
KWL Plus & KWWL
The KWL Plus and KWWL strategies are intended to activate stu…
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Pre-reading Strategies
Title
First paragraph
Skimming
Charts/Visuals/Photos
The first thing you see. It is what the reading is called. Al…
This is the first part of the reading. If you read it you can…
Not reading, but it is looking over the reading quickly to fi…
You can see these pictures or graphs. They help you understan…
Title
The first thing you see. It is what the reading is called. Al…
First paragraph
This is the first part of the reading. If you read it you can…
10 terms
Reading Strategies List 7
abominable
angle
athlete
calorie
offensive; unpleasant
the space between two surfaces or lines that meet
a person trained or skilled in a sport
a unit used to measure the energy supplied by the food
abominable
offensive; unpleasant
angle
the space between two surfaces or lines that meet
10 terms
Reading Strategies List 6
Sequence
Singular
subjective
suffix
items in order; succession; one thing following another
word form naming just one person, place, or thing
reflecting personal ideas, opinions, or experiences
group of letters added at the end of a word that changes the…
Sequence
items in order; succession; one thing following another
Singular
word form naming just one person, place, or thing
10 terms
Reading Strategies List 1
Adapted
Alliteration
analyze
author's purpose
rewritten to be made shorter or easier to read
repetition of the initial sound in two or more words; a poeti…
to identify and examine the separate parts of a whole
the writer's specific goal or reason for writing a particular…
Adapted
rewritten to be made shorter or easier to read
Alliteration
repetition of the initial sound in two or more words; a poeti…
12 terms
Reading strategy
-text to self
-text to text
-text to world
-close ended question
Connections readers make between text and something in your l…
Connections between the text your currently reading to someth…
Connections between text and people all over the world.
Where do you live
-text to self
Connections readers make between text and something in your l…
-text to text
Connections between the text your currently reading to someth…
6 terms
Active Reading Strategies
Questioning
Connecting
Predicting
Reviewing
when you ask yourself questions about things that confuse you
when what you are reading reminds you of something that has h…
when you stop occasionally and guess what might happen next
when you stop once in a while to determine what you know, wha…
Questioning
when you ask yourself questions about things that confuse you
Connecting
when what you are reading reminds you of something that has h…
10 terms
Reading Strategies List 4
Literature
locate
main idea
multiple-meaning words
the entire body of written work including fiction, nonfiction…
find; tell where something is
the point or central thought in a written work or part of a w…
lookalike words that have different meanings in different con…
Literature
the entire body of written work including fiction, nonfiction…
locate
find; tell where something is
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Reading Strategies (How to)
Preview
Access Prior Knowledge
Set a Purpose and Rate for Reading
Ask Questions
Look over the story's title and opening paragraph, skim the r…
Ask yourself what you already know about this topic. It can e…
Decide what you want to learn and how you should read the tex…
What are you are confused or wondering about? Re-read if nece…
Preview
Look over the story's title and opening paragraph, skim the r…
Access Prior Knowledge
Ask yourself what you already know about this topic. It can e…
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Reading Strategies List 15
Absorb
Adhere
Associate
Celestial
to soak up or take in
to stick, cling, or hold tight
v. to join in thought or to join as a friend or an acquaintan…
of or relating to the sky
Absorb
to soak up or take in
Adhere
to stick, cling, or hold tight
9 terms
Study Strategies Mrs. E. Jones, 4th ELA/Reading/SS
What is on-task behavior?
Why is it important to be on-task?
Describe 3 or more things that will ma…
What are 3 strategies you can use to s…
1) Doing what you're supposed to be doing 2) Concentrating or…
1) You miss important information (assignments, directions, e…
1) Find places to work where you aren't easily distracted... 2)…
1. Flash cards... 2. Quizlet... 3. Re-write notes
What is on-task behavior?
1) Doing what you're supposed to be doing 2) Concentrating or…
Why is it important to be on-task?
1) You miss important information (assignments, directions, e…
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Reading Strategies List 11
accelerate
captivity
despair
disguise
to increase speed
the condition of being held against one's will
hopelessness; discouragement; to lose all faith or hope
a mask or cover-up; to mask or conceal one's appearance so as…
accelerate
to increase speed
captivity
the condition of being held against one's will
10 terms
Reading Strategies List 16
Induce
Leisure
Nomad
Pedestal
to influence or persuade; to bring about or cause
the time free from work in which one may rest or enjoy oneself
a member of a tribe that moves from one place to another in s…
a base for a statue or a lamp
Induce
to influence or persuade; to bring about or cause
Leisure
the time free from work in which one may rest or enjoy oneself
13 terms
reading comprehension strategies
infer
predict
visualize
question
A logical conclusion based on observations, each person has t…
Make an educated guess of what is going to take place.
Seeing in your mind's eye what is happening in the book.
Searching for reasons behind events and characters' feelings.
infer
A logical conclusion based on observations, each person has t…
predict
Make an educated guess of what is going to take place.
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Reading Strategies List 9
abstain
annex
candidate
commit
to do without
a part that is added; an added part to a building
a person who desires to be elected to some office or honor
To involve of pledge oneself; to be bound to do
abstain
to do without
annex
a part that is added; an added part to a building
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Reading Strategies List 5
Passage
Plot
plural
point of view
Section of a written work
The chain of events in a story that leads to the story's outc…
word form showing more than one person, place, or thing
the position from which something is observed or told; when a…
Passage
Section of a written work
Plot
The chain of events in a story that leads to the story's outc…
13 terms
reading comprehension strategies
infer
predict
visualize
question
A logical conclusion based on observations, each person has t…
Make an educated guess of what is going to take place.
Seeing in your mind's eye what is happening in the book.
Searching for reasons behind events and characters' feelings.
infer
A logical conclusion based on observations, each person has t…
predict
Make an educated guess of what is going to take place.
10 terms
Reading Strategies List 12
keen
mismanage
notation
perishable
quick; sharp; enthusiastic
to control or handle poorly
a brief written record
capable of decaying; biodegradable; decomposable
keen
quick; sharp; enthusiastic
mismanage
to control or handle poorly
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Reading Strategies List 10
Grovel
Impact
Juvenile
Misfit
to creep at someone's feet; to humble oneself
a collision of one thing against another; a striking
a young person; of or for children
a person who is not suited for a particular job or group
Grovel
to creep at someone's feet; to humble oneself
Impact
a collision of one thing against another; a striking
10 terms
Reading Strategies List 7
abominable
angle
athlete
calorie
offensive; unpleasant
the space between two surfaces or lines that meet
a person trained or skilled in a sport
a unit used to measure the energy supplied by the food
abominable
offensive; unpleasant
angle
the space between two surfaces or lines that meet
38 terms
Reading Praxis Reading Strategies
Student doesn't understand print conce…
Student can't name letters or match up…
Student can't manipulate speech sounds…
Students can't identify high-frequency…
-Use the Language Experience Approach to record the student's…
-ID letters in student's name and environmental print.... -Teach…
-Sing songs, read poems, and have the student identify rhymin…
-Make a personal word wall with words the student recognizes.…
Student doesn't understand print conce…
-Use the Language Experience Approach to record the student's…
Student can't name letters or match up…
-ID letters in student's name and environmental print.... -Teach…
20 terms
Genres & Reading Strategies Terms
made-up stories that could actually ha…
made-up stories set in the past that i…
true account of a person's life, told…
made-up stories that include advanced…
realistic fiction
historical fiction
autobiography
science fiction
made-up stories that could actually ha…
realistic fiction
made-up stories set in the past that i…
historical fiction
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Strategies for Reading Nonfiction
Sequence
Question/Answer
Problem/Solution
Description
A text structure that gives details or events given in a spec…
A text structure that presents information with inquiry and s…
A text structure that shows how conflicts are overcome.Pay at…
A text structure that tells details about a person, place, th…
Sequence
A text structure that gives details or events given in a spec…
Question/Answer
A text structure that presents information with inquiry and s…
57 terms
Reading Strategies and Vocabulary Challenge
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
Comparing two or more things using "like or as."
Comparing two or more things without using "like or as."
Giving non-living objects, human-like qualities.
An exaggerated statement. Example: I will love you FOREVER!
Simile
Comparing two or more things using "like or as."
Metaphor
Comparing two or more things without using "like or as."
8 terms
Reading Comprehension Strategies
Self-monitoring
Metacognition
Visualizing
Making Connections
Ask your self "do I get?"
Thinking about your thinking
Making a picture in your head
Text to self, text to text, text to world
Self-monitoring
Ask your self "do I get?"
Metacognition
Thinking about your thinking
12 terms
Reading Strategies Review
Before Reading Strategies... "PASS"
What is the correct order of Before Re…
What are the six steps to surveying th…
It is important to create a reason to…
P- Predict... A- Activate Prior Knowledge... S- Set a Purpose... S- Su…
S- Survey the Text... S-Set a Purpose... A- Activate Prior Knowledg…
-Read the title... -Read any type of introduction... -Read headings…
1) Literary Experience (entertain)... 2) Inform (to learn)... 3) Pe…
Before Reading Strategies... "PASS"
P- Predict... A- Activate Prior Knowledge... S- Set a Purpose... S- Su…
What is the correct order of Before Re…
S- Survey the Text... S-Set a Purpose... A- Activate Prior Knowledg…
27 terms
act reading strategies
there are three different kinds of non…
there is one
prose fiction passage is usually from
use the four step method
social science, humanities, and natural science
prose fiction passage
a book
when reading a passage
there are three different kinds of non…
social science, humanities, and natural science
there is one
prose fiction passage
8 terms
Strategies for Reading Instruction
Phonemic Awareness Activities
Phonics Activities
Decoding Activities
Word Attack Activities
1. Clapping and tapping syllables. 2. Blending sounds 3. Segm…
1. Word sorts 2. Break down words into smaller words. 3. Prov…
1. Sound flips (flipping letters to make new words) 2. Flashc…
1. Use picture cues 2. Ask what would make sense? 3. Sound it…
Phonemic Awareness Activities
1. Clapping and tapping syllables. 2. Blending sounds 3. Segm…
Phonics Activities
1. Word sorts 2. Break down words into smaller words. 3. Prov…
6 terms
Reading Strategies Quizlet
Predict
Questioning
Infer
Summarize
When you think about what will happen NEXT.
Ask yourself QUESTIONS WHILE YOU READ to understand: vocabula…
Take what you ALREADY KNOW, combined with what the AUTHOR TEL…
Explaining in your own words what has happened so far by usin…
Predict
When you think about what will happen NEXT.
Questioning
Ask yourself QUESTIONS WHILE YOU READ to understand: vocabula…
12 terms
Reading Strategies and QAR Review
Right There
Right There
Think and Search
Author and Me
QAR - When the answer is found directly in the text.
QAR - You can point to the answer.
QAR - You must think about how ideas and information in the p…
QAR - You have to put the information the author provides tog…
Right There
QAR - When the answer is found directly in the text.
Right There
QAR - You can point to the answer.
8 terms
SWMS nonfiction reading strategies
preview and predict
visuals and graphics
organization of information
signal words
look at titles, subtitles, bold, italics, and labels
look at illustrations, charts, maps, graphs, figures, and pic…
dates, bullet-ed points, lists, sequence, main idea with supp…
first, second, before, during, after, then, next, last
preview and predict
look at titles, subtitles, bold, italics, and labels
visuals and graphics
look at illustrations, charts, maps, graphs, figures, and pic…
8 terms
Reading Comprehension Strategies
Comprehension Strategies
Asking Questions
Determining Importance
Inferring
-Asking Questions... -Determining Importance... -Inferring... -Making…
-Can be done before, during, and after reading... -I wonder...... -…
- "I know what the main ideas are and what the author conside…
-Drawing conclusions, making predictions, evaluating, ... judgi…
Comprehension Strategies
-Asking Questions... -Determining Importance... -Inferring... -Making…
Asking Questions
-Can be done before, during, and after reading... -I wonder...... -…
18 terms
PAMS Reading Strategies
background knowledge
connecting
distractions
environment
Readers should check this and ask themselves what they actual…
When readers relate to the text, to the world, or to the type…
Readers should focus while reading and avoid these so that th…
When a person begins reading, they should choose one of these…
background knowledge
Readers should check this and ask themselves what they actual…
connecting
When readers relate to the text, to the world, or to the type…
19 terms
Study Strategies
Rewriting Lecture Notes
Making Flashcards
Pop Quizes
Repetition
Weak
Strong
Weak
Weak
Rewriting Lecture Notes
Weak
Making Flashcards
Strong
9 terms
TOEFL Reading Strategies examples
Vocabulary Strategy
Detail Strategy
Negative Detail Strategy
Inference Strategy
The word "depressions" in the passage is closest in meaning to
According to paragraph 6, why are limestone and sandstone aqu…
According to paragraph 5, all of the following are true about…
...
Vocabulary Strategy
The word "depressions" in the passage is closest in meaning to
Detail Strategy
According to paragraph 6, why are limestone and sandstone aqu…
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