"The urge to discuss our ideas with others is part of our innate desire to confirm and clarify our thinking. Talking about their reading enables readers to consolidate information and store it in their semantic or long-term memory." (Dorn, L. J., & Soffos, C., 2005, p. 48)
Sharing thinking, within the context of comprehending, consists of the actions we take to convey our understanding or confusions about a given text to others. Typically this involves talking and writing.
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