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Ch 12: Elements of Reading Comprehension

About This Chapter

Review short lessons and take multiple-choice quizzes to boost your knowledge of the elements of reading comprehension. These study resources make it fun and simple to prepare for and excel on an upcoming exam.

Elements of Reading Comprehension - Chapter Summary

Whether you have a beginner's or advanced understanding of the elements of reading comprehension, this chapter can strengthen your knowledge. Entertaining lessons closely examine different types of reading comprehension and offer strategies for improving student literacy and reading habits. Study this chapter at your own pace. When finished, you should be able to do the following:

  • Define and describe reading comprehension
  • Differentiate between literal, inferential and evaluative meaning in reading comprehension
  • Explain the relationship between listening and reading comprehension
  • Share strategies for developing students' reading and learning habits
  • List tips and strategies for promoting literacy in the classroom

If you have a busy schedule and are concerned that you won't have time to study the lessons in this chapter, don't worry! All lessons are accessible using any computer, smartphone or tablet with an Internet connection and can be viewed around-the-clock. Choose the lessons you feel will effectively boost your knowledge of the elements of reading comprehension. Find out how much you understand about these lessons by taking short quizzes.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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