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Reading Techniques: Traditional Reading
The text is marked with a pen. Danger: Too many parts of the text are marked, the signal effect is lost. After the first review, the text will be read a second time to revisit the facts of the text. Time consuming!
Reading Techniques: Socratic Reading
The reader takes on the role of the philosopher and puts the famous W-questions to the text: Who? What? As? Why? When? Where? and she answers. By answering the questions, the most important content-related aspects are worked out.
Reading techniques: rhetorical reading
The reader is concerned with the structure of the text, the points person, thing and structure are analyzed. Necessary: compliance with the order. First, seek clues to the person, then get to the point and ultimately target the outline.
Reading techniques: creative reading
Unlike all other techniques! Here the headline is the starting point, the reader first deals with it, then takes a break and notes possible contents. Only then does he begin the reading and note the most important statements of the piece.