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PATHWAY S INSTUCTOR SARAH MASON- BUTTERFIELD BRENDA RUSSELL
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PHASE 1 To get a good mental picture of what your reading, preview the entire paragraph. It’s a way to get started if you think the assignment looks to big or confusing. Look for ideas or key words when previewing to give you an idea of what the paragraph is about and what your looking for. Outlining will help you understand what your about to read. Add an outline at the beginning of your notes this way as you read you can always add notes in the outline. Ask yourself questions to determine what you want to get from the assignment. Write down key words and turn them into questions. This will get your mind focused in the reading. PHASE 2 Now that you have previewed and made up questions about the reading you will have a better way to organize it in your mind. This will help you read better because you will already have an understanding of what the reading is about. Underline key points in your readings with a highlighter or a colored pencil. This will help you to memorize key points of your readings. But wait until you have read the whole paragraph first. This will benefit you when you have to take a test.
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