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d. Rereading – reading a book more than once.
e. Structure-Proposition-Evaluation (SPE) method – Writing is read in three passes: (1) for the structure of the work; (2) for the logical propositions made, organized into chains of inference; and (3) for evaluation of the merits of the arguments and conclusions. (read more)