What does it mean to contextualize a source?
Contextualizing a historical source involves paying attention to the people who produced it, the time in which they worked, what was going on during that time, and how what was going on may have influenced the production of the source.
What does Contextualisation mean?
Contextualisation is putting language items into a meaningful and real context rather than being treated as isolated items of language for language manipulation practice only. Learners can use natural learning strategies to help them understand contextualised language, such as guessing meaning from context.
What is contextualizing in reading?
Contextualizing: Placing a text in its historical, biographical, and cultural contexts. When you read a text, you read it through the lens of your own experience. To read critically, you need to contextualize, to recognize the differences between your contemporary values and attitudes and those represented in the text.
What is critical strategy?
Critical thinking strategies include analyzing, comparing and contrasting, explaining causes and effects, stating your opinion and supporting it, and proposing a solution.