Reading Comprehension: Literal, Inferential & Evaluative


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What is the ability to process and understand information we have read?

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1. Which level of reading comprehension is what actually happens in a story?

2. What is evaluative meaning?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You're going to be asked about the definitions and qualities of the different types of meanings, as wells as what it's called when one digests and comprehends information.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Particularly you will be asked about:

  • One's ability to attain and interpret information
  • The level of reading comprehension that deals with verbatim material
  • Evaluative meaning's definition
  • The first level of meaning that should be developed
  • Characteristics of inferential meaning

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as inferential and evaluative meaning
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about the ways people learn in a different light
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the levels of meaning

Additional Learning

If you desire to learn more about the separate levels of meaning, have a look at the related lesson by the title of Reading Comprehension: Literal, Inferential & Evaluative. This lesson's goal is to elaborate more on:

  • Reading for comprehension
  • The definitions of the levels of meaning
  • Examples of the levels of meaning
  • The hierarchy of meaning