Comprehension reading strategy thesis

When you read text and think at the same time you are “real reading”…or being metacognitive! In 7 Keys to Comprehension , Zimmerman & Hutchins define schema (background knowledge) as the meaning you get from a piece of literature that is intertwined with the meaning you bring to it. A layering occurs, a weaving of past and present, an amalgam of old and new ideas and experiences. When you read, sometimes you activate your schema or you build upon it. A previous student of mine described schema simply as “everything that is stuck in your brain”…I like that definition!

Comprehension reading strategy thesis

comprehension reading strategy thesis

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