How to Read Better to Write Better
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This is a module on How to Read Better to Write Better. It provides a five step reading process to improve comprehension of academic material: survey, question, read, recall, and review. The module includes a reading passage, detailed descriptions for each step of the reading process, and audio recordings of the instructor analysis of the given passage in each step of the reading process.
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