Reading comprehension

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Reading comprehension is the knowledge gained by reading. It is affected by brain capacity, general knowledge including vocabulary, and to some extent by reading skills. Reading skills stress maintaining interest in the material being read, such as by stopping to wonder what was just read or even taking notes. Taking notes in a notebook is more instructive than highlighting text and prevents damage to the publication.[1] [2]

References

  1. dictionary.reference.com/browse/comprehension?o=100074
  2. webster.edu/acadaffairs/asp/handbook/n.html