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FACTS ABOUT READING: WHAT DO YOU THINK? Circle One: l) Our posture when reading can influence TRUE FALSE our concentration and comprehension. 2) Slow reading is careful reading. TRUE FALSE 3) It is only possible to read one word TRUE FALSE at a time. 4) When we are reading silently, words TRUE FALSE must be pronounced clearly in the mind to be understood. 5) We can only see when our eyes are TRUE FALSE not moving. 6) It is good to hold a pencil when reading TRUE FALSE so that we can be ready to underline or write notes. 7) We should read at different rates TRUE FALSE for different purposes. 8) We can think about twice as fast TRUE FALSE as we can speak or read out loud.
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Unformatted text preview: 9) Our oral reading rate and our silent TRUE FALSE reading rate should be similar. 10) If we miss an idea or the pronunciation TRUE FALSE of a word in our reading, it is important to go back before moving on. Course Reader Version Last Updated: 5/07 11) Loss of comprehension is usually a result TRUE FALSE of reading too quickly and therefore losing concentration. 12) The average adult reading rate is ______ words per minute. 95 180 250 350 600 _____________________________________________________________________________ One thing about reading I would like to know more about is: My reading goal for this class is: Course Reader Version Last Updated: 5/07...
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