Reflecting on Reading[1]

Reflecting on Reading[1] - Are there any non-reading tasks...

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adapted from Brian Strang & Heather Cole Reflecting on Reading Integrated Reading and Writing This assignment allows you to reflect on your reading process and abilities. It also allows me to get to know you, as a reader. 1) Describe--in detail--your reading process. What steps do you go through to read a class assignment? How do you get started? What do you do next? 2) Describe your particular reading habits. Where and when do you read best?
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Unformatted text preview: Are there any non-reading tasks you have to complete before you can settle in and get to work? 3) Discuss what your strengths AND weaknesses are as a reader. Tell me what they are and explain why you think they help or hinder you as a reader. 4) Tell me how you would like to improve your reading. Tell me what specific things you would like to improve in your reading. PLEASE BE AS SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE. Please type your responses....
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course ENG 104 taught by Professor Georgiag during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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