comprehending :: determining importance ::
"That is, good readers not only look for important information, they process that important information differentially (e.g., rereading it, underlining it, paraphrasing it)." (Pressley, M., 2002, During reading, para. 2)
While accurate recall may be considered a lower-order cognitive skill, many higher-order skills such as sharing thinking and reflection rely upon it. It is important to realize that there are strategies to aid accurate recall beyond memory.
Means of Accurate Recall are described in the following subsets:
Accurate Recall is an integral part of Sharing Thinking. See prompts in the subsets: