Why not? Who's writing the rules what you can and cannot do?
Why not just try it and see what works for you?
Sure, I agree with you. There are no rules and each person is free to do whatever works best. I was talking about a suggestion (not a rule) you gave me on the following post:https://www.learningstrategies.com/forum...84072#Post84072
During one activation layer, activate and move on. Don't re-read a passage or section just then. You may glance over it again in another activation layer. Again don't dwell too long.
Some days after reading your suggestion I've read something similar in the PhotoReading book. The author suggests superread and dip a text passage and then move on to another one. I don't if I'm write, but, in my opinion, the main reason of this is to not spend too much time on a text passage since we can learn it best on a later activation layer and we can learn in layers.
But in my mind, this are suggestions and ideas, as you've said, each person is free to choose what works best.