Enroll in Intensive Reading with Dolphin STEM Academy
The course is divided into five levels based on the complexity of the
topics covered. The course focuses on developing skills
required for effective workplace communication.
By the end of this course, you will:
Define words using clues in the passage.
Find the main idea of a paragraph.
Predict what comes next as you read.
Find what you need in a document without reading every word.
Recognize the order of events in a passage.
Study methods for labeling steps in a sequence.
Follow a set of directions in order.
Learn vocabulary words.
Draw conclusions by using clues in the text and your prior knowledge.
Recognize cause and effect in text.
Use what you know to help you understand what you read.
Find important information in a text.
Interpret information from both text and graphics in a passage.
Follow directions with if-then-else statements.
Find causes and effects in directions.
Use cause and effect to solve problems.
Use a strategy to read directions effectively.
Read hidden information in a text using context clues and your prior knowledge.
Use prior knowledge to help you understand what you read.
Use questions and answers to understand expository text.
Make inferences about expository text.
Locate important information in expository text.
Summarize expository text.
Summarize important information in expository text.
Find and understand information from a passage using a graphic.
Understand the basic parts of a business letter.
Find the topic and the purpose of a business letter.
Find the details that support the topic and purpose of a business letter.
Decide what to do after reading a business letter.
Use reading strategy with business letters.
Choose which parts of a text to read first to find information.
Use text-aids to write pre-reading questions.
Locate information within the text based on questions about the text.
Prepare for review using highlighting or underlining, taking notes, and building tables.
Study some word parts that are common in the social sciences.
Evaluate the quality of facts that support a stated opinion.
Use reading-strategies on non-textbook passages.
Recognize historical allusions in what you read.
Improve your understanding of history using both expository text and narrative resources.
Make a timeline to help you study history.
Use rules to learn science vocabulary.
Combine the information from science texts and visual aids.
Use a reading strategy to learn and understand information in science texts.