Previewing is a strategy that readers use to recall prior knowledge and set a purpose for reading. It calls for readers to skim a text before reading, looking for various features and information that will help as they return to read it in detail later.
According to research, previewing a text can improve comprehension (Graves, Cooke, & LaBerge, 1983, cited in Paris et al., 1991).
Previewing a text helps readers prepare for what they are about to read and set a purpose for reading.
The genre determines the reader’s methods for previewing:
Previewing is a strategy readers use before and during reading.
When readers preview a text before they read, they first ask themselves whether the text is fiction or nonfiction.
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