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Proficient Students

Less Proficient Students

Asking question is useful for understanding the next content in the paragraph.

It helps us see different aspects of the text. The questions can also be asked for the content that I do not understand.

Questioning helps me revise and understand the content of the text.

The questions help me improve my reading. The questions should relate to the content and lead readers to analyze.

I summarize from the main points of the passage and ask myself what the writer wants to convey to the readers.

I summarize from the main points of the passage and ask myself what the writer wants to convey to the readers.

I understand more by summarizing. I summarize the main points of the passage, which connect with each other.

I summarize the whole passage in a concise way and a way easy to understand.

Table 10 (Continued)

Four main Metacognitive Reading Strategies

Questioning

Summarizing

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Before reading, the students in the reciprocal group planned to find the main idea

of each paragraph, starting from predicting and then questioning, clarifying, and ending

with summarizing. Some students viewed that if the reading text was followed by

questions, they would read the questions first in order to view the scope of the text.

Besides the questions, they predicted the text from the title. The following are some

examples of their views:

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