I want to persuade you to do something equally important in the course of your reading. I want to persuade you to write between the lines. Unless you do, you are not likely to do the most efficient kind of reading.
September 6, at 1: He insists the importance of marking on a book in order to do it and how meaningless having books without doing it at the same time. I profoundly agree with his opinions because I also feel it is very wasteful, which you might miss an important reference because of reading fast, in spite of having a great book.
As the one of the ways, the author recommends to record questions that a passage raised in my mind in the margin. I think it is a very useful way. Therefore, I want to try it and verify its effect.
Finally, the most important message I got from the article is this. Even though it takes a lot of time, I should spend much more time to read and understand the content deeply for the sake of absorbing from it. This is what I learn from the article.
September 6, at 5: Anything that we read should be absorbed so we actually understand what we are reading. One thing that really stood out to me with your response was not knowing a word and ignoring them. I find it interesting that you think it is a waste to read a book without writing in it because I never thought of reading in that way.
I have always wanted to be so invested in a book and have writing all over it with notes that only I can understand and know that book belongs to me. I agree that I should also spend more time reading and also writing in the text giving myself time to absorb it.
Andrea Ainsworth September 7, at 7: Also i think that speed reading is not actual reading but just some words that were looked at rally fast with no comprehension.
I aso agree that pointing out keywords that are not understood should be looked up because then the rest of the paragraph or phrase would not make sense.
September 6, at 4: When you mark a book you are putting down all your thoughts, questions and concerns down as if it is your own journal. Adler is conveying us to take our reading to another level. As readers we need to slow down to really take in and understand what we are reading. How many times have you read something and thought after what did I just read?
Marking your book helps this because then you are able to clarify what you just read. The tip that I found most helpful was to not read when I am tired because then I am not actively reading.
Numbering the margin is something that I hope to try. Looking back I realized that I would continue to reread the paragraphs to find the different arguments throughout the text. If I start to the number them it will make things much easier for me.
September 6, at 8: Especially when annotating, which Adler explains in his article. Although I feel if someone were to lend someone their book are was already marked up it could be beneficial not because they could just read your notes but because they could also have different opinions from the reading.Title of essay: HOW TO Adler explains how he marks up a book in a numbered list of suggestions (); he also analyzes the functions/rewards produced by the "physical act of writing," what to write on (44; paragraphs ), how to use the front & back endpapers to outline the book (45; paragraph 23).
How to Mark a Book. By Mortimer J. Adler, Ph.D. From The Saturday Review of Literature, July 6, You know you have to read "between the lines" to get the most out of anything.
I want to persuade you to do something . According to Mortimer J. Adler’s essay “How to Mark a Book”. There is a great power in books that most people don’t know about.
He states that once a person learns how to use a book in a correct way he will have much more power than people that do not know how to do it, when he says this, he means that one should know “how to mark a.
The most effective strategy that Mortimer Adler entitles in his essay "How to Mark a Book" is the comparing of similarities between objects and ideas that are not usually associated with each other, otherwise known as an analogy.
Follow Dr. Adler’s directions and make some annotations in the novel you choose. If you cannot write in the book, use sticky notes to make your annotations. If you cannot write in the book, use sticky notes to make your annotations.
Essay. How to Mark a Book. By Mortimer J. Adler, Ph.D. from The Radical Academy. Belorussian translation Ukrainian translation French translation.
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You know you have to read "between the lines" to get the most out of anything.