A Theoretically Based Comprehension Measure
As noted several times in previous chapters, comprehension is not easily defined. In some situations, comprehension means nothing more than being able to recall facts presented in a text. In other circumstances, comprehension requires abstracting a text’s main theme; and in still others, comprehension involves drawing inferences from what is read.
KeywordsReading Comprehension Sentence Type Sentence Comprehension Reading Group Pictorial Strategy
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