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Soal dan Jawaban materi Reading

Soal (Essay/Uraian) Mengenai Reading

1. What is skimming process of reading?

2. Why does reading make me happy?

3. Why is reading not good for you?

4. What are the steps of reading?

5. What are the levels of reading?

6. What is basic reading?

7. What are the benefits of early reading?

8. Why early reading is bad for your child?

9. How does reading help emotional development?

10. What are the 7 reading strategies?

11. Is reading too much bad?


1. Skimming and scanning are reading techniques that use rapid eye movement and keywords to move quickly through text for slightly different purposes. Skimming is reading rapidly in order to get a general overview of the material. Scanning is reading rapidly in order to find specific facts.

2. Reading has been shown to put our brains into a pleasurable trance-like state, similar to meditation, and it brings the same health benefits of deep relaxation and inner calm. Regular readers sleep better, have lower stress levels, higher self-esteem, and lower rates of depression than non-readers.

3. However exaggerated (or ridiculous) this stereotype is, reading is indeed associated with eye strain and comes at the expense of exercise and other physical activities. Frequently related are poor diets and digestive problems, an unwelcome weight gain or loss, and generalized exhaustion

4. READING TECHNIQUES: Five Step Approach
STEP ONE: Orientation (Orientierung). Goal: Prereading preparation. ...
STEP TWO: Skimming. Goal: To get the general meaning (gist) of the story without trying to decode exactly what each word means. ...
STEP THREE: Scanning. Goal: To extract specific pieces of information. ...
STEP FOUR: Decoding. ...
STEP FIVE: Global Understanding.

5. There are four levels of reading. They are thought of as levels because you can't reach the higher levels without a firm understanding of the previous one — they are cumulative.
The 4 Levels of Reading
1. Elementary Reading. ...
2. Inspectional Reading. ...
3. Analytical Reading. ...
4. Syntopical Reading.

6. Basic reading skill include phonemic awareness, sight word recognition, phonics, and word analysis. Essential skills include identification of individual sounds and the ability to manipulate them; identification of printed letters and sounds associated with letters; and decoding of written language.

7. Reading at an Early Age Boosts Brain Development and Overall Well-Being. A child who reads for 20 minutes per day starting in kindergarten will have read for 851 hours by the time they reach the sixth grade, and that commitment can have many long-term benefits

8. In fact, learning to read too early can actually be counterproductive. Studies show it can lead to a variety of problems including increased frustration, misdiagnosed disorders, and unnecessary time and money spent teaching kids skills they don't even have the skillset to understand yet.

9. Reading is a safe way for children to learn how to express and think about their emotions. It also opens the doors to new ways to cope with emotional responses to change. ... They'll develop a higher self-confidence in sharing feelings and emotions. Reading can spark your child's imagination and stimulate their curiosity.

10. To improve students' reading comprehension, teachers should introduce the seven cognitive strategies of effective readers: activating, inferring, monitoring-clarifying, questioning, searching-selecting, summarizing, and visualizing-organizing.

11. Reading is a beneficial activity. But reading too much can also kill your brain's productivity especially when no new meanings are created. If you are simply reading without deeper processing, you don't benefit much from it.