Good readers makes connections from the text to their life (T-S), another book (T-T), or real-world (T-W)
Good readers are able to determine why the author wrote a selection, or how the author feels about something.
Good readers evaluate the purpose of the text.
Good readers asks questions to better understand the text
Good readers create mental images as they read.
Good readers use “fix-up” strategies to make corrections in their reading.
Good readers put together everything they have learned to understand what they read.
Good readers predict what will come next based on inferences made.
Good readers are able to determine important events from the selection and retell what they have read.