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The Reading Process

Quiz by Rebecca Meneses

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  • Q1
    Why is it important to preview a text before reading?
    You only need to look at the pictures in order to understand the main idea.
    It helps you establish what the topic is about.
    Headings and subheadings are the most important part of a text.
    Looking at the title will give you details about the text.
  • Q2
    What does ABK stand for?
    Access Background Knowledge
    Access Beginning Knowledge
    Activate Baseline Knowledge
    Apply Before Reading Knowledge
  • Q3
    Why is it important to Access Background Knowledge before you read a text?
    You'll recognize whether or not you know a lot about the topic before you read.
    If you don't know anything about the topic, you'll need to ask your teacher for a lot of help.
    You'll realize you can read super fast since you've accessed background knowledge.
    If you already know a lot about the topic, you can pretty much just skim the text.
  • Q4
    Why is it important to establish a purpose before reading?
    Establishing a purpose is important so that you can achieve the requirements of the assignment.
    It's keeps you looking for just the answers to your questions.
    It keeps you actively reading for new information that you hope to learn from the text.
    It's not important at all.
  • Q5
    Why is it important to make a plan before reading?
    Having a plan allows you to only focus on new information in a text.
    It's important to predict what might be difficult in a text.
    It's important to predict what might be difficult to comprehend and then do something in order to prevent difficulty.
    It's important to have a plan in life.
  • Q6
    Why should you have a pen in your hand while you read?
    In order to show your teacher you're being active
    In order to be ready to write an answer to a question
    In order to be an active reader
    In order to show your classmates your cool pen
  • Q7
    How can reading in small chunks help you comprehend a text?
    You'll be able to find Red, Hot, Spicy Words in each section.
    You'll be able to remember everything you've read.
    You'll be able to recognize main ideas in different sections of a text.
    You'll be able to read faster since you're only reading one section at a time.
  • Q8
    Which of the following is NOT a way to respond to a text while reading?
  • Q9
    What is the most important thing to do when you're reading?
    Monitor your comprehension and use fix-up strategies
    Read in small chunks
    Have a pen in your hand
    Be an active reader
  • Q10
    Why is it important to review a text after reading?
    A reader should go back and look at the pictures when they've finished the text.
    It's important to review for the test.
    A reader should understand the main ideas of what they just read.
    Reviewing helps to set a plan.
  • Q11
    Why is it important to review your purpose after you've finished reading?
    It will help you summarize the article.
    To see if you learned what you thought you would learn
    To see if your plan worked
    To see if you missed anything.
  • Q12
    Why is it important to summarize a text after reading?
    It helps you figure out what words you don't understand.
    It helps you think about the graphs and charts in the text.
    It helps you pull all of the main ideas of the text into one statement.
    It helps you make predictions.

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