Expository Text Structure and Reading Comprehension
AbstractReading and learning from text involves the ability to identify its main ideas. A large amount of reading research suggests that readers’ ability to comprehend, retain and recall textual main ideas is related to their knowledge and use of text structure as a text processing strategy to guide their encoding and recall of textual materials. Some teaching strategies that teachers can use to teach expository text structures are also provided.
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