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DIRECTED LEARNING ACTIVITY
THE READING PROCESS
OBJECTIVE: To understand and develop an effective reading process and apply it to current
and future class assignments.
LESSON: Type your responses in the parentheses below.
What do you enjoy about reading? What do you dislike about reading?
(I enjoy reading to increase my knowledge. I dislike reading long texts. )
Describe what you do before, during, and after reading.
(Before reading, I skim through the text to get an overview 0f the content. During reading, I
concentrate my thoughts on the reading text and I always reflect on the reading after finishing)
Read and mark up the following information on the reading process.
● Put angle brackets < > around the main idea.
● Put asterisks * * around examples and other support.
● Comment on what you read. Type your comments in the parentheses below.
EXAMPLE COMMENT: (AS I READ, I SHOULD MAKE NOTES ON THE PAGE. WHAT
IDEAS ARE IMPORTANT?)
The Reading Process
Reading is an ongoing process of taking in, understanding, and remembering information.
Breaking the reading process down into three stages is an effective way to get more out of your
reading time. Now you might be saying, “A three step process takes too much time. Isn’t it
faster to just read?” Well, a good reading plan makes learning easier and will save you time in
the long run.
MY COMMENTS: (Breaking down a reading text makes it easy to read a large text by tackling
subtopics within the text)
In the before reading stage, ask yourself, “What do I already know about the topic?
What do I want to know?” This will help you better take in the new information.
● Read the title.
● Read headings and subheadings.
● Ask questions.
● Read bold-faced words.
● Look at pictures.
● Create a purpose for reading!
MY COMMENTS: (Preparations before the reading process is good because it makes one to
grasp the reading text effectively)
During reading, stay active by questioning what you read and imagining you are having
a conversation with the author. You will also be looking for answers to your questions as you
read. This will help you improve your understanding.
● Make notes on the text.
● Find the main idea.
● Find major det...