Reading a book is also an art. It also needs to be developed and learned. We all read the book. But the way we all read actually varies. Before going ahead, think for yourself how you start reading a book, do you stop in between reading. What do you do after reading the book completely so that you can understand that book in a more efficient way? At the same time, you can easily tell that book to your friends and other people.
If you are interested in similar questions, then you also know how ‘active readers’ read a book.
Before reading the book:
> Before reading a book, a conscious reader pays attention to what is the name of the book and who has written it. After this, the cover looks at the page carefully. An active reader also reads carefully what has been written about the author of the book behind the book.
> They ask themselves the question, what do we know about this kind of material? What do I know about this story? About this topic? And what do I know about the author and illustrator of the book?
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> They think about the book and make a prediction about what the story might be about or what they can learn/learn from reading this book.
While reading a book:
> While reading a book, a reader has a sharp eye on the photographs.
> They recite words they already know when reading a book.
> They use their language to read a book with which they have already heard about the linking topic.
After reading the book:
> What was this book about?
> What new did I learn?
> What new thing have I learned by reading the book, which I did not understand before?
> What I learned or learned about myself as a reader or reader?
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Important advice about reading a book:
> Read four small books daily, independently or with the help of friends.
> Talk about one book with other friends or in groups.
> Read your favorite book, again, and again, try to understand it deeply.
> Read the content you wrote and read a story or poem written by friends.
> Read the posters, instructions, and other written material of the poems that are in your classroom.
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