When readers make predictions, they think about what they already know and what they think will logically happen next in the text.
When readers make predictions, they anticipate a certain set of outcomes, and check their predictions as the text unfolds.
When most of a reader’s predictions are correct, you know that the reader understands the text. It is often helpful for readers to jot down their predictions in a readers notebook.
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