Reading_Strategies - desired 6 Tell us what languages you...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  9/14/11 Lecture, 8/31 Reading Strategies
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 9/14/11 Overview Continuing Introductions ANGEL access Bedford/St. Martin’s access Reading Strategies
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 9/14/11 Objectives and Outcomes The student will (TSW):  Analyze a text according to purpose, audience, and/or other  rhetorical concerns; Respond logically, rather than emotionally, to texts that reflect  the writers’ diverse backgrounds and values.
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 9/14/11 Time for Introductions 1. Tell us your given name and your preferred  name. 2. List the places where you have lived on the  board (if a place has already been listed, place a  check mark by it). 3. Tell us your favorite sports and teams. 4. Tell us your favorite music/movie/tv show/book. 5. Tell us your favorite vacation (both real and 
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Unformatted text preview: desired). 6. Tell us what languages you can read, write, and/ or speak. 9/14/11 ANGEL Access Demo time! 9/14/11 Bedford/St. Martin’s Access Demo time! 9/14/11 Critical Reading Strategies Why are you reading? Know the assignment! How does it relate to you? Personally or educationally (it may be required!) How does the format help you? The “view” of the layout/text/images/colors. What are you marking—and why? Annotations, reading journals/responses help gauge ideas/interest. Notice the structure, surprises. Use what you read (again, knowing the assignment 9/14/11 Homework Get the textbooks! Email me if you haven’t: [email protected]..
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course ENGL 2301 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Lone Star College System.

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