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Introduction: Joining the Academic Dialogue.
I. READING FOR INFORMATION.
1. Responding to Factual Information.
2. Recognizing Important Information.
3. Making Inferences: Context Vocabulary and Implied Main Ideas.
4. Reading for Structure: The Organization of Ideas.
5. The Reader's Voice: Summary, Paraphrase, and Active Reading Strategies.
II. FROM INFORMATION TO PROOF.
6. Evaluating What We Think: Facts, Opinions, and Beliefs.
7. Assessing Qualities and Functions: Description and Support.
8. Recognizing the Order of Events: Time Sequence.
9. Seeing Connections in Events: Cause and Effect.
10. Grouping and Dividing: Classification and Whole/Part Analysis.
11. Recognizing Similarities and Differences: Comparison and Contrast.
III. PERSUASION INTO ACTION.
12. Determining What Needs to Be Done: Problems and Solution.
13. Arguing Over Issues: Opinions and Reasons.
14. Detecting Disinformation: Advertising, Manipulation, and Propaganda.