دوره GRE Test- Practice & Study Guide ، فصل 3 : GRE Verbal Reasoning- Reading Skills
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Need to brush up on your reading skills for the verbal reasoning section of the GRE? This chapter features over an hour of engaging video lessons to teach concepts and reading strategies to help you succeed. Make sure your ready for the GRE with lesson quizzes and the chapter exam.
GRE Verbal Reasoning: Reading Skills - Chapter Summary
The verbal reasoning section of the GRE tests your ability to evaluate writings and analyze them. These easy-to-follow reading skills videos and quizzes cover a variety of topics to help you prepare, including:
Literary passage analysis
Answering multiple choice literature questions
Visualization as a writing strategy
Connotation and denotation
Tone and mood
Close reading and big picture reading
Interpreting literary meaning
The above topics will help you learn how to fully understand the materials you’re reading. You’ll learn how devices, like tone, mood and structure, affect the meaning of what you’re reading. Understanding those effects will further help you understand what you’re reading. In addition to helping you develop your reading comprehension, you’ll learn how to analyze what you have read.
GRE Verbal Reasoning Objectives
Verbal reasoning is one of three sections on the GRE. This section includes text-completion questions, multiple-choice questions where you’ll select one or more answers, and questions that ask you to identify certain types of sentences.
Our reading skills videos prepare for this part of the exam by allowing you to review materials while also developing your testing strategies. You’ll be able to take quizzes after each lesson to see how well you know the topics, and you can then watch the videos as many times as you need to fully understand the materials. The objectives of our reading skills videos are to teach you:
How to analyze literary passages
How to infer intended meaning from passages
Tools for identifying an essay’s theory and main points
Strategies for answering multiple choice literature questions
How to use visualization as a reading strategy
Connotation and denotation
How tone and mood are used in reading passages
How writing structure affects meaning
How to interpret literary meaning
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In this lesson, we will examine the steps involved in the basic analysis of literature. Then, using a well-known fable, we will go through each step of analysis- comprehension, interpreting and drawing conclusions.
In this lesson, we will define the terms inference and intended meaning. We will then discuss what steps to take when making inferences in literature.
In this lesson, we learn quick rules of getting the 'gist' or point of a sentence, paragraph and essay. This skill will improve your reading speed and help you become a more effective and efficient reader and writer.
In this lesson, we will examine test taking strategies involved in answering multiple-choice questions about literature. Breaking the process down into manageable parts, we will take a look at the literary text, the question itself, and then the given choices.
In this lesson, we will define visualization. We will then discuss why this step is important, how we can visualize, and when you should visualize. Finally, we will look at a sample from a poem and practice visualizing.
Discover the difference between a word's denotation and its connotation in this lesson. Explore how authors use both denotation and connotation to add layers of meaning to their work with some literary examples.
In this lesson, we will define the literary terms tone and mood. We will then discuss how to identify each of them, as well as how to identify them in small reading passages.
In this lesson, we will define the role of structure in literature. From there, we will look at the different ways to structure fiction and how it affects the meaning.
In this lesson, learn about two different approaches to reading a work of literature- big picture strategies and close reading strategies. Discover how these two perspectives can be put into practice through examples from the play 'Romeo and Juliet.'
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