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English Reading Comprehension Information Text

English Reading Comprehension Information Text

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Published by: YanSuo on Sep 15, 2009
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English: Reading Informational and Technical Texts
Active component (content knowledge)Learner outcomes
General sets of instructions for software, jobapplications, historical documents, governmentpublications, newspapers and textbooks
Vocabulary related to subject area terminology:connotative, denotative, and idiomaticmeanings
 The difference between summary and critique
Information in maps, charts, graphs, timelines,tables, and diagramsAnalyze
How a text’s organization supports orconfounds meaning or purpose
 Text for clarity, simplicity, and coherence
 The appropriate use of graphics for visualappealIdentify
Interrelationships among concepts within textssuch as cause and effect relationships
How the use of ambiguity, contradiction,paradox, irony, incongruities, understatement,and overstatement affects meaning
 The essential elements influencing the mainideas of informational text
Basic elements of charts, graphs, and visualmedia used in textsDemonstrate
Reaching conclusions using evidence frominformational texts
Synthesizing information from multiple informationalsouces
Following instructions to complete tasks, answerquestions or solve problems
Accurately interpreting informational and technicalillustrations (charts and graphs)Develop
ability to:
Comprehend informational texts through the use of 
Monitoring and self-correction
Reading aloud
Summarize informational and technical textsincluding their supporting visual components
Create and apply vocabulary strategies tocomprehend meaning of new words through contextand/or the use of cognates
College Readiness Standards 220819396/25/2009
(Conley, 2003; 2005; 2007) (The American Diploma Project, 2004)College Readiness Standards 220819396/25/2009

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