What do I need to do to preview a graph or an article? Where do I even start?
Why do we preview an article or graph anyways? What's the point in it?
The best way to start or to do for previewing an article or a graph is to look for bolded face words that you don't know or the numbers and words, and ask yourself questions like "what is this heading about?" or What is
We preview an article or a graph to understand what we are going to read. We preview and read over them to become better readers.
How we preview a graph:
How we preview an article: The first step to previewing an article is to ask yourself some questions before you start reading. Next you look for any bolded words or any words that you see .
Wow!! Now I know why we preview articles and graphs. It makes it so much easier to read and understand them
Alright. That should be easy peasy!!
I'm glad it helps you read better. When you're done previewing and reading the article or graph. Make sure you ask yourself some questions about the characters, headings, and some comments that are related to the topic.