Great readers can identify and determine what is important to the author. One strategy that
can improve your observation skill is asking the author questions. This can help you focus on the elements of a
story or passage.
What was the problem, objective, or key events?
Where and when did the event occur?
Why did this happen? What is the reason this matters?
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