Science_Daily_Journal_Template_using_SQ3R

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Name: (Date Range) From _____ to _______ Science Daily Journal: Using SQR3 Week 1 Use the “SQ3R Method” to help you complete the daily journal entry. This worksheet may be completed in any order as you read, but you must fill in each section. Monday SURVEY After filling in the title, page number and date, Record important titles and subtitles and captions from the reading selection Date: 10/31/16 Page Number: 362 Title: the role of DNA Subtitles: Figures & Captions: QUESTION Pretend you are the teacher and are going to give a test about what you have just read. Using blooms taxonomy question wheel, write a level 1 and a level 2 question. *Optional: Answer your own teacher-like question. #1: hwo does RNA differ from DNA #2: what is RNA READ & Visualize After you finish reading, provide an image that BEST summarizes the reading by Copying and Pasting an image below. RECITE ANSWERS (Type Answers in the space provided) After you read, recite answers to your questions. 1. Three important differences between RNA nd DNA the sugar in RNA is ribose instead of deoxyribose, RNA is generally single stranded and not double stranded and RNA contains utacil in place of thymine 2. Like DNA is a nucleic acid that consist of a long chain of nucleotides
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Name: (Date Range) From _____ to _______ REVIEW & REFLECT Go back and Re-Read the text: Make notes of anything that was exciting, interesting, you did not know before, you have more questions about, want to know more about, etc. B Sugar Tuesday or Wednesday SURVEY After filling in the title, page number and date, Record important titles and subtitles and captions from the reading selection Date: Page Number: Title: Subtitles: Figures & Captions: QUESTION Pretend you are the teacher and are going to give a test about what you have just read. Using blooms taxonomy question wheel, write a level 1 and a level 2 question. *Optional: Answer your own teacher-like question.
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