analytical reading

analytical reading

Thinking carefully, critically, and deeply while reading. The act of making sense of an author's writing by comparing and contrasting it with one's experiences, feelings, thoughts, and previously gained knowledge.
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About ThinkCERCA ThinkCERCA is a school-wide online educational resource designed to prepare students for college and career by helping them build analytical reading and writing skills across subject matter.
Editorial board training should include the development of skills in incisive, analytical reading and critique of literature, of course.
Through an analytical reading of Moretti's main works, this essay traces the development of his project and proposes some practical examples for its possible application.
An analytical reading of the Gadallah initiative unveils a significant and carefully-balanced characteristic.
Amin Alhassan then makes an analytical reading of the cartoons and demonstrates their differences and ambiguities.
Drawing on a wide range of resources, he author provides students with the knowledge and tools needed for literary study, including research strategies and practical and analytical reading and writing skills.
To hook them on literature, re-kindle the interest they had in reading before GCSE, get them to commit to reading and set good analytical reading habits, we need to catch them early.
But from an analytical reading of his articles and the three catalogues he co-wrote for the British Museum can be inferred his animating concepts and operating procedures .
In blending a through analytical reading of the Christian Bible and referencing the Land promised by God and the evolution of local attitudes towards it, THE LAND, THE BIBLE, AND HISTORY provides some important points on Catholic thinking both past and present, making for a fine pick for any spirituality holding, especially those strong in Catholic sentiments.
For example, the Analytical Reading Inventory (ARI; Woods & Moe, 2003) is an informal reading assessment that measures word recognition and comprehension.
Theunissen is clearly not interested in the theological elements of Kierkegaard's work, but one wonders whether even an analytical reading can afford to ignore the Christian dimension of Kierkegaard's writing.
In the first chapter, dedicated to the investigation of the biographical data still extant on Fonte's life and dating back to Nicolo Doglioni's preface to the 1600 edition of Il merito delle donne, Malpezzi Price gives her readers a first introduction to her analytical reading.
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