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Strategies for Effective Reading - After You Read



Strategies for Effective Reading - After You Read
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     challenging words:    after-reading, post-reading, pre-reading, statistics, selection, re-read, overall, text, sibling, strategy, material, history, knowledge, reading, cement, react


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Strategies for Effective Reading - After You Read
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     So, you finally plowed through that history chapter. You used some pre-reading strategies to get you motivated. Then you used some active reading strategies to help you understand and remember what you read. Whew! Now you're done, right? Wrong! Now it's time to cement that knowledge in your mind. You need to use some post-reading strategies.
 
2     If you used a KWL chart, look it over. Do the items in your "L" column match the "W's" in the middle column? In other words, did you learn everything you wanted to know about the subject? If not, go back and re-read to try to find the answers. If they are not in that text, find another source of information. Get all of your questions answered.
 
3     If you took notes whether in words or pictures review them often. Use them to write a summary of the material. Include the main ideas and important details. This will help you to see the overall picture of the concepts you have read about.

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