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While reading, your eyes can take in four to five words at a time. By reading blocks of words rather than reading word by word, you will be able to increase your reading speed.
 

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Critical Reading

 
Critical reading applies to non-fiction writing in which the author puts forth a position or seeks to make a statement. Critical reading is active reading. It involves more than just understanding what the author is saying. Critical reading involves questioning and evaluating what the author is saying and forming your own opinion about what is being said. Read on to learn what you should do to be a critical reader.  
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Loci Strategy

 
The loci strategy for remembering information is based on your familiarity with a place, such as your home. The strategy helps you remember lists of items through organization, visualization, and association. Read on to learn about each of the steps in the loci strategy.
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Free teaching tip Here's a fun way to get your students interested in the meanings of words. Each of the following words is an object whose names your students probably don't know. For each word, we have provided a humorous incorrect meaning followed by the correct m ... Another free teaching tip Here are some things you will have to do when teaching social studies. ...
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Free Study Tip Do advance studying one week before an exam. Make time for studies.
 
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Another free Study Tip Go through your syllabus before the lecture. In fact, consider the lecture as a revision class session. If there's something that you don't know, then first try your own available resources, and , of course, the Internet, to get a genuine solution. This makes you self reliant and improves your creativity at the same time.
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Kathmandu, Nepal
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors When I get really stuck on an assignment, I switch to another assignment. When I come back to the first assignment, it's like a new start. I have my energy back for the assignment and usually can get past where I was stuck.
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Houston, Texas
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