Reading Comprehension

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Mometrix’s free English video library delves into concepts, ideas and topics that may be presented on tests and exams that include reading comprehension. The concepts included in Mometrix’s free review video directory include the following: Author’s Main Point or Purpose, Cause and Effect, Character Analysis, Conflict, Context, Inference Questions, Plot Line, Point of View, Reading Comprehension Tips, Rhetorical Strategy, Text Evidence, Themes in Literature and more. These videos serve as a general overview of the questions test-takers may encounter on their examination, and are intended for use in combination with Mometrix’s other study materials and resources, including study guides and flashcards, that offer a more in-depth discussion of the concepts specifically related to the test-takers upcoming test or exam.

Acknowledging the Unknown When ReadingAppeal to Emotion – As a logical fallacyAuthor’s Main Point or PurposeAuthor’s PositionBe an Active ReaderBenefits of Understanding Action and Stage DirectionsBiasCard CatalogCause and EffectCause and Effect for Middle Schoolers in English ClassCharacter AnalysisCharacter ChangesCharacter’s FeelingsCharactersCircular ReasoningCommon Characteristics in LiteratureCommon Themes in LiteratureConflictConflict ResolutionCredibleDenotative and Connotative MeaningsDescriptive TextsDetermining Relationships in a StoryDetermining Word MeaningsDetermining the Relationship Between WordsDictionariesDifferent Perspectives From Different AuthorsDramasDrawing Conclusions from Graphic OrganizersDrawing Conclusions that are Stated Directly in the TextEnglish Class: The Rule of 3 and Magic HelperEnglish Root WordsEntertainment TextsExpress FeelingsFact and Opinion – A Review for Middle SchoolersFact or OpinionFalse AnalogyFalse DichotomyForms of PoetryGlossaryHeadings and Sub-HeadingsHistorical ContextHow to Compare Two Stories EffectivelyHow to Make Predictions in a StoryHow to Support a ConclusionHow to Tell the Difference Between Facts and OpinionsIdentifying the Purpose of the AuthorIndexInductive and Deductive ReasoningInferenceInference QuestionsInference and Deduction – An Overview for KIDSInterpretation of Expository or Literary TextInterpretive EssaysIntro to Sentence TypesLogical FallaciesMajor Forms of ProseMedia for Kids: Understand Types of MediaNoticing an Author’s Use of Bias and StereotypeOvergeneralizationPerfect Synonyms vs Near SynonymsPlot LinePoint of ViewPredicting What Will Happen in a StoryPrimary SourcesProcedural TextReading Comprehension TipsReading EssaysReading FictionReasonablenessRetelling StoriesRhetorical Strategy of Cause-and-Effect AnalysisRhetorical Strategy of Classification and DivisionRhetorical Strategy of Comparing and ContrastingRhetorical Strategy of DescriptionRhetorical Strategy of NarrationRhetorical Strategy of PersuasionSequenceSequence of EventsStory MapSuffixes – An Overview for KIDSSummarizing TextSupporting DetailsSynonymsSynthesizing TextTable of ContentsText EvidenceTextual Evidence for PredictionsTextual Support for InterpretationThe NarratorTopics and Main IdeasTypes of Literary GenreUnderstanding Various Types of Logical FallaciesUsing Context Clues | Reading ComprehensionValidity Reliability and Relevance of Primary and Secondary SourcesWhat Exactly is a Stereotype?What is Mood and Tone in Literature?What is Syntax?What is a Character Trait in a Story?What’s the Difference Between a Musical and a Play?When There’s No KeywordWhen to Use That, Which, and WhoWord Types

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