Story 104

Unlocking complex passages through reading

To analyze complex and dense passages, adopt an analytical approach by summarizing explicit and implicit meanings of the text, considering multiple interpretations of words, phrases, and sentences, and strengthening flexible thinking skills.

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Flexible Thinking and Writing: A Guide for Students

To write effectively with flexible thinking, students should understand the two main types of writing, persuasive and analytical, and adjust their writing style accordingly.

Tip 106

Don't think of reading as a passive activity - it's an active one. Use a highlighter, take notes, and discuss what you read with others.

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Flexible Thinking in Math and Everyday Life

Why is it important to understand flexible thinking? It is because math plays a role in our daily lives and solving real-world problems requires this skill.

Tip 108

Transcribe your laptop notes to actual notecards. Handwriting out the information helps you remember better and lets you study easier on the go.

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What is flexible thinking?

Flexible thinking is the ability to look at a situation from different perspectives and find innovative solutions to problems.