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How Students Can Self-Monitor for Reading Comprehension

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What is self-monitoring?

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1. What is the point of self-monitoring?

2. What is reading comprehension?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The questions here seek to assess your understanding of students self-monitoring for reading comprehension. We will ask you multiple-choice questions about definitions and concepts.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Throughout the quiz, you will learn about areas such as:

  • The definition of self-monitoring
  • The point of self-monitoring
  • The meaning of reading comprehension
  • What would be an inappropriate question to helping students think about what they are reading
  • Great techniques for positive feedback

Skills Practiced

Skills that will be sharpened include::

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can review information regarding questions to ask students and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the use of self-monitoring for reading comprehension
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify techniques for teaching self-monitoring

Additional Learning

Find out more information by reviewing the lesson How Students Can Self-Monitor for Reading Comprehension. This lesson we offer lets you:

  • Consider making the students consciously aware of learning
  • See how to make it as active of a process as possible
  • Look at how self-monitoring encourages students to deal with comprehension issues on their own
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