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SQ3R

  1. 1. *Strategies for Success* SQ3R
  2. 2. ~Essential Material~ • Textbook or Article provides the essential material. • Prepares the student for classroom discussion and participation. • Textbook often contains explanatory material the instructor uses as a foundation. • Without the mortar, Foundation being built will not be suitable to withstand critical thinking or test evaluation.
  3. 3. Get the most out of your reading
  4. 4. • Text Book reading is not done for entertainment. • Work hard to get something substantial out of the exercise. • ALWAYS use “pen in hand” to make exercise more beneficial.
  5. 5. ~SQ3R~ The Study Technique which gives you a purpose for Reading.
  6. 6. Survey Determine the structure or Organization of the Chapter.
  7. 7. Survey • Think about the title. (Predict what will be included in the chapter.) • Read the introduction. (The main ideas will help you understand or make sense of the details.) • Read the main-headings (boldface print). Here are the main ideas.
  8. 8. Survey • Read the Summary. Here is the relationship among the main idea. • Read the questions at the end of the chapter. These will help to identify important parts of the chapter
  9. 9. Question Turn each heading and subheading into a question.
  10. 10. • While practicing this technique write the questions down. This gives the answer. • You are looking for something rather than simply looking at words • Take one section at a time • Keep answers brief • Use your own words
  11. 11. The Three R’s
  12. 12. R1= Read • Read only that section • Look for answers to your questions • Move quickly • Sort out Ideas and evaluate them. • If content doesn’t relate to question, give it only a glance.
  13. 13. R2=Recite • Answer the questions in your own words • Write the answer using only key words • Follow the technique R1 technique for each section. • Orally ask yourself questions about what you have just read or summarize, in your own words, what you read .
  14. 14. R3=Review • Increase retention • After you have read and recited the entire chapter, write questions in the margins for those points you have highlighted or underlined. • Page through the text and/or your notebook to re- acquaint yourself with the important points. • Alternate between your flash cards and notes and test yourself (orally or in writing) on the questions you formulated.
  15. 15. SQ3R Power Point Presentation By: Elizabeth Miller

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