Consider this very important statement: authors publish text for a group of people, but you must read that text as an individual. A writer offers all the information he/she believes that anyone reading their text might require.
Just what constitutes Schematic clues in text? Both nouns and verbs in text constitute its Schematic clues. Nouns offer information about the people, places, and things while verbs describe any actions that are taking place.
The first step is to use a list of objects already familiar to you. Objects previously stored in your permanent memory. These objects will become your memory hangers. The parts of your body meet all the necessary criteria.
Once you get the Schema, and your brain knows what it is looking for (something we call “Purpose”), the dots line up and the puzzle pieces come together almost instantly! Schema and Purpose establish the Value of the information you are processing.