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Post-reading activities - Handbook Definition

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Definition of Post-reading activities from the Handbook

 

 

The teaching of a literary text consists of the following key components:

 

    *   Pre-Reading Activity

 

    *   Basic Understanding

 

    *   Analysis and Interpretation

 

    *   Bridging Text and Context                           

 

    *   Post-Reading Activity

 

    *   Reflection

 

    *   Summative Assessment

 

 

 

The following is the definition of Post-reading activities according to the teachers’ handbook for Integrating Higher-Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) with the Teaching of Literature:

 

  

 

 

 

Post-reading activities offer the students the opportunity to make connections with the text(s) and their own experiences,

 

self-expression, and creative responses in light of having read and analyzed the text. These activities enable students to

 

apply a more global understanding and interpretation of the text and integrate information from different parts of the text.

 
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