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Tables of Contents for Reading in the Workplace
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Introduction
1
2
Reading as a Tool
3
8
Reading Days Are Never Over
4
1
Expect to Read All Kinds of Documents
4
1
You Can Read in More Than One Way
4
2
Know Your Purpose When Reading
6
1
The Consequences of Misreading
7
3
Analyze Your Reading Habits
10
1
Keys to Good Reading
11
11
Learning to Read, All Over Again
12
1
Follow Reading Clues
12
7
Interpreting New Words
19
3
Reading Books for Reference
22
11
What's in a Book?
23
1
The Parts of a Book
23
1
Front Matter
23
5
Text
28
1
Back Matter
29
3
Can You Believe What You Read?
32
1
Tips About a Book
32
1
Reading Letters and Memos
33
7
Standard Information
34
1
What Is a Memo?
34
1
Reading a Letter
35
4
Staying Focused
39
1
Reading Charts and Graphs
40
13
Do Numbers Talk?
41
1
Line Graphs
41
4
Comparative Graphs
45
1
Bar Graphs
46
2
Pie Charts
48
1
Flow Charts
49
2
Read Graphs Critically
51
2
Reading Business Forms
53
9
Business Language
54
1
Contracts
54
4
Proposals
58
3
Estimates
61
1
Prioritizing Your Reading
62
10
Controlling Your Reading
63
1
The Information Glut
64
1
Making Mountains into Mole Hills
64
2
First Things First
66
2
Read It... Then Follow Up
68
2
Deciding What to Read
70
2
Reading from the Computer
72
11
Where Do You Read on the Computer?
73
1
Electronic Mail
73
4
Reading Information on the Internet
77
3
Word Processing Documents
80
3
Checklist for Reading in the Workplace
83
2
Model Documents
85