Critical Reading

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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 an author is saying. Critical reading involves questioning and evaluating what the author is saying and forming your own opinions about what the author is saying.

Here are the things you should do to be a critical reader.

By being a critical reader, you will become better informed and may change your views as appropriate.


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