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Comprehension Strategies

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created November 13, 2016
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TermDefinition
questioningTo ask yourself or someone else for more information to help understand something, is:
re-readingWhen you go back to give yourself another chance to make sense of what's being said
summarizingTo retell the main ideas or gist of what you read in your own words is to ______.
synthesizingIf you are putting pieces together to see or understand things in a new way, you are:
making connectionsTo think of what knowledge you already have and try to connect it to what you read is to:
visualizingWhen you creating a picture/image in your mind to help understand what you read
commentingIf you think about a situation and develop an opinion, or have something to say about what you read
predictingUsing details from the story to make an educated guess as to what is to come
making inferencesTo notice clues in the story, use them with background knowledge, draw a conclusion about the story is:
using context cluesusing surrounding words to figure out what a word means
themethe author's message to readers
cause & effectwhen one thing makes something else happen
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