Steps of Reading

Steps of Reading
Steps of Reading

1)   Skimming
Skimming is a useful skill to be applies in reading. According to Abbot et al (1981: 92) The eyes run quickly over the text to discuss what it is about, the main idea and the gist. However, a reader should look quickly across and down the page to find specific information he wishes.
2)   Scanning
Serge Mikhailov in Riswandi (2011: 12) states that scanning is done quickly to locate specific information, for example, scanning telephone books, catalogs, dictionaries, event calendars, book indexes, etc
3)   Intensive Reading
Anita (2010: 1) intensive reading also called study reading. This involves closed reading of the text as the amount of comprehension should be high. The speed of reading is correspondently slower. The intensive reading is used on shorter texts in order to extract specific information. It includes very close accurate reading for detail. Use intensive reading skills to grasp the details of a specific situation.
4)   Extensive Reading
Barfield.A. (1996: 2) defines the extensive reading use to obtain a general understanding of a subject and includes reading longer texts for pleasure, as well as business books. Use extensive reading skills to improve your general knowledge of business procedures.

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