A handy but underused way of quickly scanning an article (or a website or another kind of file) is the "Find" function. "Control+F" (or "Command+F" on a Mac) is the keyboard shortcut for the Find command. If you're in a document or in a web browser, pressing the Ctrl key + the F key will bring up a search box in the top right corner of the screen. You can then type in a keyword or phrase to find places where that word or phrase is used in the text, often helpful for locating relevant sections.
View the video below for quick example of how this works and then go on to the activity.
Try out Ctrl+F to answer the questions in the prompt below: