Relevance and Application:
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Good readers know the difference between sharing something they know (a statement) and asking about something they wonder about (a question).
Good readers notice the features of imaginative text versus nonfiction.
In a class discussion, students are able to decide if information about cats is relevant (related) to insects.
Good readers know the difference between what is real and what is make-believe in the stories they read.