Hey Readers, What Do You Do When Your Confused In Your Book?
In the Reading Worksop we are talking about when you get confused in a book. I usually get confused in my book, but not all the time. A lot of people get confused. It happens to everyone.
I’m usually confused when a book doesn’t make sense to me. Some times, if it’s a big book, I don’t understand the words. I also get confused if I read a sentence and I leave out a word and I don’t know that I left out that word. Or if I mix up the letters in a word and make up some weird word in my mind.
So what I do is I usually get a small book, about 200 pages. One time I got a book that was , I think, 400 pages. It had huge words that I couldn’t understand. It was so confusing. I also read a little slower than usual.
Another reason why a book doesn’t make since to me is because I don’t read the book very carefully. When a book is confusing to me I usually reread the last few sentences, then it sounds much better.
Today when I was reading my book, Snarf Attack by Mary Amato, there was this one sentence that didn’t make since. So I reread the sentence and I found out that I left out a word. You can use any of these strategies to help you be unconfused.