How do you reflect on a reading?
Here are two ideas for post-reading reflection:
- Write in a personal reading journal.
- Angelo and Cross suggest writing a “minute paper.” To do this, take one minute to jot down a few sentences about something you learned or discovered while reading. Or ask yourself a question about the reading and write an answer.
What makes a good reading reflection?
Critical reflection requires thoughtful and persistent inquiry. Although basic questions like “what is the thesis?” and “what is the evidence?” are important to demonstrate your understanding, you need to interrogate your own assumptions and knowledge to deepen your analysis and focus your assessment of the text.
What is a reader reflection?
Reading reflections are designed to encourage students to complete readings before coming to class, to reflect more deeply on the content of the reading, to make personal meaning from the meaning, and to develop their metacognitive skills for lifelong learning.
What is reader’s response approach?
The reader response approach is centered on the belief that a work of literature comes alive when the reader interacts and connects with it, and research explores the influence of the reader response approach to promote text-to-self connections.
What are some good self reflection questions?
– How is the situation connected to your fears and hopes? What are your fears? – What was the environment in which you encountered the situation? – What hurts you most in the situation or makes you feel good about the situation? – What was the feedback you gathered from your environment or other people? – What are all the positives about the situation?
What are some questions for reflecting?
What are ten things that are really important to you?
How do you answer reading comprehension questions?
Create an outline of the text from memory,starting with the main points and working toward details,leaving gaps when necessary to go back to the text for facts or
Why do good readers ask questions?
Formulate questions to be answered by reading information text Draw conclusions and make inferences based on the basis of explicit and implicit information Make, confirm, or revise predictions What does an active reader do when they read? What reading strategies can be used when introduced to new text?