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Reading for Information

Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.

  • Comprehension
    • Locates, understands and interprets written information in prose and in documents such as manuals, reports, memos, letters, forms, graphs, charts, tables, calendars, schedules, signs, notices, applications and directions; understands the purpose of written materials; attains meaning and comprehends core ideas.
  • Attention to detail
    • Identifies main ideas; notes details and facts; detects inconsistencies; identifies implied meaning and details; identifies missing information; identifies trends.
  • Integration
    • Critically evaluates and analyzes information in written materials; integrates and synthesizes information from multiple written materials.
  • Application
    • Integrates what is learned from written materials with prior knowledge; applies what is learned from written material to follow instructions and complete specific tasks; applies what is learned from written material to future situations.