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1) Don't forget to use the record for the article - there is helpful info there that may not be in the pdf.
2) What does an article's introduction do? It lays out the state of the problem currently and shows the author's engagement with previous scholarship on the topic. What ideas is he incorporating, reacting to, refuting?
3) Look for citations - these are the places where the author is engaging in the conversation around the topic.
4) The conclusion is where you will see the author restate their solution, their main argument after they have analyzed previous work on the topic and have analyzed the primary sources (the art).