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Select and Organize PracticeDue DatePlease finish your practice before Wednesday’s class and submit it by Sunday, May 2I will share the example during Wednesday’s class, and you can make revisions thenSubmissionYou must submit a paper copy of this assignment in one of two ways:You can write on the packet (make sure I can read your writing)You can box, circle, underline in a Word document, type your linearnotes/matrix/reflection, and print off a copy to submitPoints5 bonus pointsPurposePractice selecting important information from an assigned text using the box, circle,underline methodPractice taking linear notes using selected informationPractice creating a matrix from a set of linear notesDirections,Part 1Box, Circle, Underline Method:Use the box, circle, underline method to select important information from theassigned article, “Factors Affecting Students’ Studying and Motivation.” The article isprovided on pages 2-3 of this packet.Use a pen or pencil toclearlymark the article using the box, circle, underline method.Find 3 main topics and at least 4 common categoriesDirections,Part 2Linear Notes:Create a set of linear notes with the information you selected using the box, circle,underline method (from part 1). You will create the set of linear notes using theguidelines we practiced in class (e.g., formatting).Directions,Part 3Matrix:Create a matrix using your set of linear notes (from part 2). Make sure you have maintopics, common categories, and important details in the correct locations.Please review the book chapters and course slides as needed! Do not usethe box, circle, underline methods mindlessly.See examples:Page 79, 220-223 – box, circle, and underline methodPage 73 – Linear notesSelection slides
Main TopicCommon CategoriesImportant DetailsPART 1:Factors Affecting Student’s Studying and MotivationStudents’ learning and success in college can be affected by factors outside of studystrategies and motivation. Specifically, day-to-day routines such as sleep, exercise, and eatingcan increase or diminish students’ ability to learn. Simply incorporating healthy sleep, exercise,and eating habits can improve students’ learning. However, students experience difficultyincorporating these healthy habits into their daily schedules due to lack of time-management,

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