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Types Reading Comprehension
5 Types of Reading Comprehension Reading Comprehension is the ability to easily and efficiently read text for meaning. It is the last step of the reading process taught to someone, after theyve learned phonics, fluency, and vocabulary.
Five levels ing comprehension of read are: 1. Lexical Comprehension 2. Literal Comprehension 3. Interpretive Comprehension 4. Applied Comprehension 5. Affective Comprehension
To really understand these different levels, let's take a familiar text and see how different types of questions probe different understandings of the same story.
. The fairy tale Cinderella tells the story of a young girl, whose evil stepmother won't let her go to the ball. . Cinderalla's fairy godmother, however, magically whisks her off for the night and Cinderella eventually marries her Prince Charming
READING COMPREHENSION 5 Types of Reading Comprehension Preview vocabulary before reading the story or text . Review new vocabulary during or after the text. Lexical Comprehension Understand key vocabulary in the text EXAMPLE Lexical What does cnchanted' mean? What words ere most like 'enchanted': Magical or funny? Scery or special? Questions: * Look in the text to finc the nswers written in the story . Ask questions from the beginning, middle, and end of the story Literal Comprehension Answer Who, What, When, &Where questions EXAMPLE Literal Comprehension Questions: Who was the girl who lost the glass slipper? Where did Cinderella go to live at the end of the story? . Understand facts" that are not explicitly stated in the story !!lustrations may help to infer meaning. Interpretive Comprehension r What if, Why, and EXAMPLE Interpretive Comprehension Questions: How did the pumpkin turn into carriage 7 What would havc happened to Cinderella shol hadn't lost her sipper? How queations
READING COMPREHENSION Not a simple question that can be marked right or wrong Challenge children to support their answer with logic or reason. Applied Comprehension Relate story to existing knowledge or opinion EXAMPLE Applied Comprehension Question Do you think Cinderella was wrong for going to the ball after her stepmother told her she couldn't go? Preview social scripts to ensure understanding of plot development. Connect motive to plot and character development Affective Comprehension Understand social and emotional aspects EXAMPLE Affective Comprehension Question What do you do when you're disappointed because you cannot do something fun? Is that how Cinderella reacted?