Chapter one and two Longman Class Activity COM 1101 parlapalumbo-1

Chapter one and two Longman Class Activity COM 1101 parlapalumbo-1

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COM 1101 Dr. J. Parla Palumbo Exercises on Chapters One & Two – The Longman Reader Taken from the website that accompanies the text. http://wps.ablongman.com/long_nadell_lr_7/19/5025/1286600.cw/index.html CHAPTER ONE - The Reading Process Chapter Objectives Chapter 1 emphasizes the connection between reading and writing and outlines a process for reading that will assist the student in reading more efficiently and with greater ease. The process, which consists of three major steps, can be applied to any reading task. The process includes the following steps or stages: 1.Get an overview of the selection. 2.Deepen your sense of the selection by reading critically and annotating the text. 3.Evaluate the selection. Exercise 1 Answer the following questions after reading Chapter 1. !. What are the three stages necessary for critical reading? 2. Outline the process you normally use when reading for content knowledge. 3. How does your process compare to the three-step process outlined in Question 2?
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course COMM 1001 taught by Professor Palumbo during the Spring '11 term at FIT.

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Chapter one and two Longman Class Activity COM 1101 parlapalumbo-1

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