It allows students to use information from the text, such as titles, headings, pictures and diagrams to anticipate what will happen in the story.
Reading the tittle of a book or the chapter of a book and try to guess what is going to happen using prior knowledge.
Finding the main idea, important facts, and supporting details
Finding all the relevant information to the good comprehension of a text.
Reading to make a summary.
Reading for specific information
Look exclusively for requested information.
Reading a text to answer a questionnaire.
Making inferences of new words from surrounding words and sentences
Is a comprehension strategy used by proficient readers to “read between the lines”, make connections, and draw conclusions about the text’s meaning and purpose.
Gathering all the information in a story and try to picture how it will end.
Recognizing the structure/sequence of a reading
It refers to the identification of the components of a story (the beginning, middle, and end).
Identify the parts of a novel.
Involves presenting a reasoned argument that evaluates and analyses what you have read.
Asking your self questions about the readingin order to reflect about them.
It is the process of rapidly recognizing and absorbing phrases or sentences on a page all at once, rather than identifying individual words.
When we are looking for particular information.
It is a reading technique to be used when you want to find specific information quickly. In scanning you have a question in your mind and you read a passage only to find the answer, ignoring unrelated information.
Reading to find the main idea or topic quickly.
It refers to the process of reading only main ideas within a passage to get an overall impression of the content of a reading selection.
Looking for information to write an essay.