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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

What do Good Readers Do when they read?

Good readers do many things at once when they read. What do you do when you read? Or when you come to a word or part of the book you do not understand?

8 comments:

BLW said...

I first read a paragraph and if i dont understand a sentance or word i go back and see if i need to claify. Also i will always have to summerize the page or pages or chapter sometimes. I dont always understand it and that is okay noone has to be perfect at reading.That is what i do during times reading is fun and educational thing to do. So stay and school and have a great time reading. This is written by BLW

Mr. Fredde said...

BLW Good thinking, clarifying what you read and stopping to summerize are things readers should be doing. I do think however that it is always important to try to understand everything you read, and to ask for help if you need it.

elizabeth said...

they will check comprehention and clarify, and ask themselves how something happend

marisa said...

they will clairify and summarize the book or the chapter.also they will try to understand the book or the words.

Alexis said...

When I read a paragraph and I need to clarify a word i reread the sentance or the whole paragaph or I would try to spit the word in chuncks and take out the words I know.

James said...

When I reader read they will summerize the book or chapter by making a long story short by summarizing.. You can also clarify a word you don't know by finding out what it means.

mnh said...

when i read a sentence and i dont understand a word i clarify that word that is what i do when i dont understand a word.

Anonymous said...

Mr. W.
When I am reading, I always try and imagine what the story looks like/sounds like in my mind. If I don't understand a word, I go back and re-read and use context clues to help me make sense of of that particular word.