|READING AS A PROCESS
|BEFORE READING: PREVIEWING WITH T.H.I.E.V.E.S..
(discussed on pg. 116 of your textbook)
T = Title= What is the title of the article? (Textbook connection = Identify the title of the chapter.)
H = Headings = Turn headings into questions. (Some articles, like textbooks, feature headings.)
I = Introduction = Read the introduction. How does this prepare you for the article to come?
E = Every first sentence of every paragraph = Read the first sentence of each paragraph.
Based on these sentences and everything else so far, what do you predict the article will be about?
V = Vocabulary & Visuals= Hunt for vocabulary words (bold, italics, chapter beginnings &
endings) Highlight words & definitions. Hunt for visuals.What kinds are included? (photographs?
drawings? graphs? figures? charts? tables? cartoons? maps?) Read captions, titles, descriptions, & keys.
E = End of the chapter questions = Read questions before you read the chapter. Use these
questions to help guide your reading / exam study. (E is for End of textbook chapter questions, but
you may consider connections to other types of texts.)
S = Summary = Does the chapter/reading feature a summary? If so, read the summary. How
does the summary help prepare you for the material to follow?