Reading Comprehension Worksheet

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Reading Comprehension Worksheet

Respond to the following in 50 to 100 words each:

Describe your outcome from this week’s MyFoundationsLab® assignment.

My outcome was good I learned some new strategies and things that I shouldn’t do like highlighting a text book because your going by the book and not really understanding it but if you put it in your own terms then you understand it but in your own way. It was a helpful assignment now I know what I can try out now.

Identify the skills you’ve learned this week. How could each of these apply to your academic work? How could each of these apply to your professional work?

When reading something pay attention to the text because that will guide me and instead of highlighting writing your own notes in the margin, this will help you remember what you are reading and it allows you to write it in your own words to better understand the book. And focus on the key points write them in the margin of the text, reading and annotating a chapter is worth the time. Since I will be working in an office Its best to take notes on people to get to know them and what kind of health issues or problems they have like taking notes on a patient to better know them.

Describe the reading and comprehension strategies you will employ. How will these help make you a more effective reader?!. I will set up a study space where I will be comfortable and not distracted by others , then I will preview materials and see what I need like a dictionary so I can look up words I don’t recognize. And then create a routine to help me better my self at reading and to continue learning everyday.

What is “primary source material”? Explain why knowing how to identify and use primary source materials is important for academic reading and writing.

Primary sources provide first-hand testimony or direct evidence concerning a topic under investigation. They are created by witnesses or...