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Unformatted text preview: Textbook Reading Notecards — HOW to Set Up r: 1. You will create one 4" x 6” notecard for each chapter you read in the textbook. 2. As you read each chapter, make brief notes of what catches your interest and write that down. 3. You will need to be brief but also include whatever information will jog your memory about the particular word, or theory, or idea. 4. We will be discussing these ideas in class on the day you bring the notecards in. 5. You can handwrite your notes or type them on the computer and shrink down the font size to fit onto the card. Print out your notes and tape them to your 4" X 6” card. 6. Use both sides of the notecard. I suggest you leave about 1/3 of the back side blank. As we go over the chapter in class you may want to add some notes to your card and this gives you room to do so. 7. I will collect your reading notecards each day they are due. I do not accept late reading notecards unless you have contacted me before class to let me know about your impending absence, or you furnish a doctor’ 5 note. 8. Each day there is a reading assignment in the textbook you will write a notecard and turn it in to me. 9. 0n the day of the FINAL exam I will return all of your reading notecards to you to use as you take the test. " If you take good notes, you are likely to do well on the FINAL. FRONT OF CARD BACK OF CARD Your Name # Chapter # Tong pr ho wim metre fe f whe os thofar whusl h, thins the tomarnty, see th thaco thercee d ms to, fo wieprellee, thethorthangsppan mis s tond r n. se nd lseavels, to tigr, dind umious an. weans gresat cknoure pat t 't a ono lep corame h's t r thie rongs octaront f an me r, te, ns by, de gand Ton he's wrd whtathengs. Tong pr ho wim metre fe fwhe os thofar whusl h, thins the tomarnty, see th thaco thercee cl ms to, fo wieprellee, thethorthangsppan. Tong pr ho wim metre fe f whe os thofar whusl h, thins the tomarnty, see th thaco thercee d ms to, fo wieprellee, thethorthangsppan mis s tond r n. se nd lseavels, to tigr, dind umious an. weans gresat cknoure pat t 't a one lep corame h's t r thie rongs octaront f an me r, te, ns by, de gand Ton he's wrd whtathengs. Tong pr ho wim metre fe fwhe os thofar whusl h, thins the tomarnty, see -th thaco thercee d ms to, fo wieprellee, thethorthangsppan mis s tond r n. se nd lseavels, to tigr, dind umious an. weans gresat cknoure pat t 't a ono lep corame h's t r thie rongs octaront f an rne r, te, ns by, de gand Ton he's wrd whtathengs. Tong pr ho wim me. Leave about 1/3 blank to add notes from our in-class discussion about the chapter. Malatesta — WTR 17 low 2 Class Workbook Section II — Writing Helps ...
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