Choose the option that best completes the multi-draft reading process. First Read: Read to unlock the basic meaning of the text. Second Read: Focus on __________ Third Read: Focus on what the text means and how it relates to the world.
A. what the text says.
B. how the author conveys the text.
C. using context clues to make meaning.
D. identifying the form of the text.
Real answers are
I know its weird but I took the test and got 1/4 because of lit
lit your a liar i used your answers and got 1 correct.
what is it
broski is right whoever dislikes him or her or the people who say he's right is a friggin loser
The option that best completes the multi-draft reading process is option D. "identifying the form of the text."
When engaging in the second read of the multi-draft reading process, the focus is on how the author conveys the text. It involves examining the author's use of language, literary devices, and writing techniques to understand the intended message and purpose behind the text.
Then, in the third read, the focus shifts towards understanding what the text means and how it relates to the world. This includes analyzing the themes, ideas, and deeper implications present in the text and making connections to real-life situations or broader contexts.
While options A, B, and C are important components of reading comprehension and analysis, they specifically relate to the first read (option A - what the text says), the second read (option B - how the author conveys the text), and both the first and second reads (option C - using context clues to make meaning). Therefore, they are not the most suitable choices for completing the multi-draft reading process.
Thank you broski
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