Reading Comprehension


Acknowledging the Unknown
Action and Stage Directions
Appeal to the Readers Emotions
Author’s Main Point or Purpose
Author’s Position
Be an Active Reader
Bias
Bias and Stereotype
Card Catalog
Causality
Causation
Cause and Effect
Cause and Effect for Middle Schoolers in English Class
Character Analysis
Character Changes
Character Change in Stories
Character Traits in Stories
Characters
Character’s Feelings
Circular Reasoning
Common Characteristics in Literature
Comparison of Communication in Different Forms
Comparison of Two Stories
Comparison of Viewpoints
Conclusions that are Stated Directly
Conflict
Conflict Resolution
Conjecture and Theorem
Context
Credible
Denotative and Connotative Meanings
Descriptive Texts
Determining Word Meanings
Dictionaries
Different Perspectives From Different Authors
Does Not Belong
Dramas
Drawing Conclusions from Graphic Organizers
Eliminating Similarities
Entertainment Texts
Express Feelings
Fact or Opinion
False Analogy
False Dichotomy
Flawed Reasoning
Forms of Poetry
Glossary
Headings and Sub-Headings
Historical Context
Identifying a Logical Conclusion
Index
Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
Inference
Inference and Deduction for Kids
Inference Questions
Interpretation of Expository or Literary Text
Interpreting Visual Representations
Interpretive Essays
Intro to Sentence Types
Literary Genre
Mood and Tone in Literature
Motivation and Conflict
Nearly and Perfect Synonyms
Media: Understand Types of Media
Overgeneralization
Plot Line
Point of View
Predicting What Will Happen in a Story
Predictions
Primary Sources
Procedural Text
Purpose of an Author
Reading Comprehension Tips
Reading Essays
Reading Fiction
Reasonableness
Relationships in a Story
Retelling Stories
Rhetorical Strategy of Cause-and-Effect Analysis
Rhetorical Strategy of Classification and Division
Rhetorical Strategy of Comparing and Contrasting
Rhetorical Strategy of Description
Rhetorical Strategy of Narration
Rhetorical Strategy of Persuasion
Rule of 3 and Magic Helper
Sequence
Sequence of Events
Stereotypes
Story Map
Suffixes for Kids
Summarizing Text
Supporting Details
Synthesizing Text
Table of Contents
Text Evidence
Textual Evidence for Predictions
Textual Support for Interpretation
The Narrator
Themes in Literature
Third Statements
Topics and Main Ideas
Types and Topics
Use Logic
Use of Which, That, and Who
Validity Reliability and Relevance of Primary and Secondary Sources
When There’s No Keyword

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