Read First: Read one of the following three articles. Please note that all of these are complex articles so you should not take for granted that you can breeze through them. I’ve chosen them for their interesting topics but also because they are challenging—which is what I want for this practice assignment. So give the article your full attention, and don’t rush. Paul Bloom, ‘First Person Plural’: Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Deborah Solomon, ‘ Patti Smith: She is a Punk Rocker’: Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Matthew Yglesias, ‘Myth of Majority-Minirity America’: Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Choose two of the specific strategies explained in Active Reading Strategies and use each of them while reading one of the articles above. Your goal is to fully invest in practicing each strategy whether you normally use them or not. Post: Post a picture of your notes or 1-2 pages of the article with annotations (whichever strategies you decided to try), and then also respond to the questions below after you are finished. Which strategy did you prefer? Why? Which yielded more understanding of the article, or more ideas of your own in relation to the article, in your opinion? Do you think some strategies will be more useful with certain kinds of texts, assignments, or situations? How so? How did these compare to your usual process of reading (complex texts, texts for school, etc)? What do you usually do? Being honest, how well does it work for you?