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Which reading learning strategies is it when the task says: Read the text and complete each text with the words above each text
Is it a learning strategie:using linguistic or other clues or placing new words into context or something else?

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asked by lily
  1. There may be another name for it, but I used to call these "cloze" exercises:

    Main Entry: cloze
    Pronunciation: 'klOz
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: by shortening & alteration from closure
    Date: 1953
    : of, relating to, or being a test of reading comprehension that involves having the person being tested supply words which have been systematically deleted from a text


    Sra

    posted by SraJMcGin
  2. thank you.Need also one example of a task which involves reading strategie:
    1.using linguistic or other clues
    and
    2.placing new words into context

    posted by lily
  3. If you don't know the meaning of the word "sanguiine," could you guess it from the use of the word in the sentence below? That's context.

    She is quite sanguine about her future with her degree in computer arts and science, especially in light of what is happening in companies such as Pixar.

    posted by Writeacher
  4. Sorry -- typo!! It should be "sanguine" without the extra "i" in there!

    posted by Writeacher

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