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Everything About Reading by Mind Map: Everything About Reading
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Everything About Reading

Strategic Behaviors (external)

rereading

previewing or surveying text

asking questions; before, during, after

reading aloud to clarify behaviors

using story structure, text genre, writing conventions

using texts aids to illuminate and extend meaning

marking texts and recording notes

using context and parts of words to infer meaning/ word meaning in context

writing in reading response logs

discussing ideas with others

Strategies for Deep Comprehension (internal)

predicting/making predictions

inferring/ making inferences & drawing conclusions

visualizing

connecting

analyzing

summarizing

synthesizing

skimming

critiquing

reflecting

main idea

interpreting figurative language

fact & opinion

author's purpose

recalling facts & details

Fluency

speed, rhythm, flexibility

Text Structures

cause/effect

time order

problem/solution

comparison/contrast

descriptive

chronological/sequence

Comprehension Skills

Inferential Skills

mood of the selection

author's purpose

conclusions

implied locations

implied times

character motivation and actions

meaning of figurative language

vocabulary meaning

pronoun referents

adverb referents

omitted words

implied main ideas

Literal Skills

details

cause & effect

sequence of events

problem of the story and its solution

Critical Skills

recognizing whether a piece of text is fact or opinion

identifying point of view

critiquing

making judgements

assessing writing style and tone

Procedures and Organization

Language Strategies

1. They manipulate forms of speech to express meaning.

2. They make good word choices that communicate clear messages.

3. They use pronouns to stand for nouns.

4. They use punctuation to clarify meaning and regulate fluency.

5. They combine simple sentences into more complex ones.

6. They organize related ideas into paragraphs, chapters, texts, and genres.

7. They use dialogue to carry and extend meaning.

8. They use figurative language to symbolize meaning.

9. They build vocabulary through word relationships and patterns.

10. They use transitional words and phrases.

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