CAUSE EFFECT RELATIONSHIP IN STUDENT’S READING COMPREHENSION PROCESSJournal: Usak University Journal of Educational Research (Vol.2, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2016-01-01
Authors : Necmi Aytan;
Page : 40-55
Keywords : Reading; comprehension skills; cause-effect relationship process.;
The goal of this research which was conducted through document scanning which is one of the techniques of qualitative research is to study individual's comprehension process and the cause-effect relationship of their gained skills. Deduction in the process of individual comprehension and comprehending what has been read and understanding textual structure are the explained subject during the reading process. In this research, these aforementioned topics are explained in cause-effect relationship approach through their various aspects and individual problems encountered during comprehension process including examples and questions. There are a number of reasons which affect comprehension. This process starts at a very early age. With education, understanding and comprehension develops and individual improves the connection between cognitive and real world, and tries to understand the causality of occasions, statues and experiences. This affects individuals in the sense of reading these virtual worlds (literary or non-literary stories, fantastic pieces, folk tales, and online texts) and creating a causality relationship between these readings and home, school or peer environments. In the cause-effect relationship process, individuals who do not have cognitive and mental problems can deduct from the text they read, think critically, understand the text and its structure, and analyze the correlation among words, sentences and broad meaning.
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