SV As stressed by Gilani in the works of Garcia and Pearson, reading strategies are deliberate actions that learners select to establish and improve their reading comprehension. Table 10 presents the composite table on the level of performance of the working students.
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Part of the difficulty is that the strategies have been drawn by assuming that we actually know what good readers do and that reading comprehension can be dissected into various parts, each one necessitating a particular strategy. Students who are engaged in a job have to carry out their duties and responsibilities both as students and worker in order to maintain school and company relationships Student who had stayed at home with their parents were often eager to get any job.
It is important to the parent, especially to those parents who work outside the home for they will be able to know the effects it may bring on having a son or daughter having a part time job.
And the reader must apply reading comprehension strategies as ways to be sure that what is being read matches their expectations and builds on their growing body of knowledge that is being stored for immediate or future reference.
Therefore, working full time has an even greater impact on academics because, often times, working 40 or more hours further decreases a student's college grade point average GPA and is negatively related to completion of a bachelor's degree Astin, Prominent among these is the theory of academic motivation, particularly as formulated by Atkinson.
Not only were higher GPAs found in students that maintained jobs, but Green also stated 'that they had gained job skills, experience, knowledge of a variety of jobs, a sense of accomplishment, a feeling of responsibility, and money for personal and school expenses' p.
The first is a four-part model of college readiness that includes key cognitive strategies, key content knowledge, key learning skills and techniques, and key transition knowledge and skills.