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A preview in the PAR is done by studying emphasized texts in a passage namely: italicized words, underlined words, highlighted words, capitalized words, bold words, sub-headings, headings, and colored words.
Questions should be set about the emphasized words that you have identified in your textbook or learning medium with the help of Bloom’s taxonomy.
To analyze in the PAR is to do a critical examination of the answers you have identified whether they were from your main textbook or not.
A preview in the PAR allows a student to get a general idea about what she/he has studied.
You do not need to do an analysis where your main textbook does not offer an answer to a question.
Mnemonics must always be used in the recall process when using EmoEles.
The reason we must carefully read in the EmoEles system is to find answers to questions, starting with the main textbook or learning medium that we are studying.
To analyze is to put the ideas you found through your syntheses in your own words just the way you understood them. Your analyses should be comparatively unique but true.
An analysis in the PAR involves checking from other sources such as other textbooks, your dictionary, credible online sources, teachers, etc… to find out what other authorities have also contributed to the emphasized concepts.
Your review should be done periodically, using the EmoEles System of Spared Repetition.