How Students Read Interactively to Construct Meaning


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What do we call the process of engaging with a text?

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1. Which of the following best describes things that happen to people?

2. What do we call facts and understanding gathered at an earlier time?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use these practice materials to test your knowledge of constructing meaning through interactive reading. Quiz questions ask you to recall information about engaging with a text, gathered facts and understandings, and students who struggle with reading.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The goals of this pair of practice assessments include:

  • Identify what increases student engagement and attentiveness while reading
  • Recall what previously gathered facts and understandings are named
  • Name what the process of engaging with a text is called
  • Identify the best term for things that happen to people
  • Understand why students may be confused while reading

Skills Practiced

The skills you will practice in this quiz and worksheet combo are:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on interactive reading
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main phrases, such as the process of engaging with a text and information gathered from an earlier time
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding ways students construct meaning through interacting with what they are reading
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about why students have trouble reading at times

Additional Learning

To further explore what you've learned about reading interactively, check out the related lesson How Students Read Interactively to Construct Meaning. Objectives of this lesson include:

  • Explore the benefits of interactive reading
  • Understand how students can become more engaged in what they're reading
  • Look at ways students can interact with what they are reading to learn