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Reading Comprehension Strategies/Approaches other than Science

jhipshirjhipshir Alum Member
edited February 18 in Reading Comprehension 38 karma

So I've noticed that the introduction of the reading comprehension portion of the course does a pretty good job of preparing you for scientific readings. They discuss Phenomena, Hypotheses, readjusting a hypothesis following the observation of a new set of phenomena that rests outside the previously discussed hypothesis, etc. etc. The whole approach allows me to follow the chronological order of the scientific process discussed in the passages with confidence.

Do similar discussions exist for the other passage types like Law and Humanities? I am teasing out certain aspects on my own, like arguments and counterarguments often being in the law passages. But it's less direct than with the science passages. Any tips would be super appreciated!

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