English Composition I
English Composition I ENGL 101
Community College of Philadelphia
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Reading Process Step One Preview Read about the author to obtain background information Check the publication date and source Consider the title and prereading questionjournal entry question Step Two Quick initial reading Read through the entire selection Jot down your first impressions Note what you like and you don t like about the selection Step Three Deep Reading Underlinehighlight important ideas Circle words you don t understand or you think is important Identify the thesis and underline if it is explicitly stated If not write down what you think is the thesis Write down any questions you may have about the selection Make notes in the margin as if you were conversing with the author Step Four Evaluating the reading Write down whether your initial impression about the selection has changed or not Evaluate the writer s source and consider whether it is credible or not Ask the following questions Are all the ideas in the selection relevant Does the writer create an easy flow of ideas Are the details adequate and convincing What is the purpose of the selection What strategies are used by the writer to fulfill the purpose Does the selection prompt us towards further thought or a new perspective
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