Welcome to The Mobile Interactive Reading Unit(MIRU)*“Look” in Japanese
Second Reading Strategy:Using the SQ3R Method SQ3R is a study-reading technique designed to help students effectively read their assignments, textbooks and tests.
Here’s how you do it: Practice PracticePractice Survey a book Survey a chapter
Survey Read the summaries at the end of the chapters and books. Read topical sentence and subtopical headings and sentences by critically skimming through the text.
Here’s how you do it: Practice PracticePractice Question 1. Turn each of the main points found in the introduction, headings, topic sentences, or summary into a question. 2. Use these questions to guide your reading.
Here’s how you do it: Practice PracticePractice Read Read the section you have surveyed using your questions as a guide.
Here’s how you do it: Practice PracticePractice Recite Restate the main points and supporting details in your own words while you read.
Here’s how you do it: Practice PracticePractice Review At the end of your study period, review the material you have covered using your notes, outline, or marked portions of the text to see how much you can remember.
SQ3R Survey. Question. Read. Recite. Review. Final Tips & Reminders: Note the differences in textbooks from discipline to discipline. Schedule reading time. Preview assignment. Read with a purpose. Write and talk to improve comprehension. Use your voice. Read in several short periods of time.
You will not lose if you PRACTICE! Using the SQ3R Method students will:
Pick out important points
Quiz questions will become familiar
Students will often see immediate improvement in their comprehension and memory of reading assignments.
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