ignoring the body text and looking at just the intro and conclusion you have a summarized everything into the basic main idea. By understanding that we can then go into the text body and see the steps that led from the question to the answer. It’s all about breaking it down into the question and answer before we can see the road it took to get from point A to B. Sometimes even if you do all that the conversation doesn’t always come in loud and clear. When that happens, you need another person’s opinion to see if they can find that missing step to clarifying everything. It’s a simple equation, find the introduction and conclusion, cut out the body text and identify the question and answer. Once you do that you can focus on the sections that show the step by step process from the question to the answer. Now that is how you read smarter, not harder! 2.Explain Miller-Cochran’s SLR strategy for reading (and writing) in various academic genres in your own words.I’m going to be working backwards compared to how the text book analyzes his writing, but I feel like it would be better to show case it like this. Let’s look at this formal report before it was edited for the public eye. It was originally written in a more ridged and academic feel in comparison to the press release. He even has an abstract summarizing the findings using mathematical equations and measurements that led them to their finds and conclusions. The language is also different, they use specific terms to communicate to other astronomers what the finds mean exactly. Unlike the press release it isn’t generalized or watered down to
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