Pre-Reading, Reading & Post-Reading Activities

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When does pre-reading occur?

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1. What is the main goal of reading activities?

2. Which of these is a good post-reading activity?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

What are specific reading activities students should engage in and what is the goal of these activities? You should be familiar with this type of information in order to successfully complete this quiz/worksheet assessment.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Your success on this quiz depends on your ability to:

  • State when pre-reading occurs
  • Note the main goal(s) of reading activities
  • Identify good pre- and post-reading activities
  • Select an appropriate reading activity for younger children

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson, such as the goal or goals of reading activities at every stage
  • Information recall access the knowledge you've gained regarding pre-reading
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about pre- and post-reading activities

Additional Learning

Ensure your comprehension of this subject by reviewing the lesson titled Pre-Reading, Reading & Post-Reading Activities. Detailed information contained in this lesson includes:

  • What are considered to be the most important reading skills to be taught
  • A classic example of foreshadowing
  • The main focus of the post-reading stage
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