Reading and Reviewing a Book Textbook

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  • 1. • Jonathan Davila• Professor Cevallos-Castaneda• READ 90• July 9, 2012 1
  • 2. • What is a study reading strategy?• What are the 3 stages of reading?• What is previewing?• Activating your schema – review• Metacognition – review• Why recall or self-test what you have read? 2
  • 3. • SQ3R • All study systems include: – • Before reading stage Survey • Survey, Question – Question • During reading stage – Read • Read – Recite • After reading stage – Review • Recite, Review 3
  • 4. • Reading to learn – Actively read, study, and remember 4
  • 5. • Previewing – Skimming or surveying before you read. – Whole textbook, then each chapter as you go. – Allows you to connect before reading. 5
  • 6. • Title – What’s the title? – Is it clear what the topic will be about? Introductory Material – What introductory material do you see for the entire book? – What introductory material do you see for each chapter? Subheadings, Italics, Boldface, Print, and Numbers – Do you see these? – Are there sub-subheadings? How do differentiate from subheadings? Concluding Summary – Is there one? – Is it useful (for a particular text)? Why or why not? 6
  • 7. • Using a chapter from a college text book• Tape the pages of the chapter together in order – From Left to right – Create a horizontal scroll Look at the whole chapter laid out side by side Look at the headings, front size, and bold text 7
  • 8. • Chapter Title – • Yellow everywhere it is located• Subsections • Orange• Sub-subsections • Green• Tables and Charts • Purple• Important Words and • Pink Terms• Exercises • Blue 8
  • 9. • What did you discover about the structure of textbooks from this text mapping process?• How do you think this will help with your textbook reading? 9
  • 10. • Predict What is the topic of the material?• Plan How is the material organized? What will be my plan?• Establish Purpose Questions• Activate Schema What do I already know Makes information more meaningful, and therefore, cause it to stick! 10
  • 11. • While Reading• Use Metacognition Strategies- Predict- Picture – develop images during reading.- Relate – link prior knowledge with new information.- Monitor comprehension – recognize confusing points.- Clarify – use fix-up strategies to help with comprehension. - reread - read ahead for possible clarity - check context for unfamiliar words, etc. 11
  • 12. • After Reading – Tell yourself what you have learned. – See what you remember – Make sure you related information – Form an opinions and reactions • Thought + Emotion=History - Recall by writing - Powerful learning tool - Discover how much you Know & Don’t Know • Recall Outline: Helps you organize what you’ve learned 12
  • 13. I. State Topic I. What is the selection mainly about? III. Supporting Details I. State Them: II. A, B, C, etc 13
  • 14. • Questioning helps with: * Relate - Think of an idea, issue or concern - Related to the whole reading selection * React - Formulate opinions - Author - Message Thought + Emotion = Memory 14