GS290book/asmt3.docASSIGNMENT SHEET 3HOW TO MARK A TEXTBOOKStudy the following techniques for improving your underlining/marking skills. Read and mark 3 pages of one of your most difficult textbooks. **You mustuse each technique below at least once. In addition to the pages you mark, photocopy the chapter’s title page, advance organizer, or the section of the table of contents that shows the breakdown of topics in the chapter. and bring to class for submission.1.READ ACTIVELYReactto what you read. Agree, disagree, or question; but stay involved with the text.2.UNDERLINE AFTER READINGRead an entire paragraph or section of a text and then go back andunderline only the main points. Do notunderline the first time you read the material.3.KEY WORDSRemember you don't always need to underline whole sentences. Highlight/underline key words(usually subject and verb). This way you reducethe amount of verbiageyou're trying to remember when studying for a test.4.MARGIN NOTESUse the left margin to mark recall phrases, to summarize and
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Kathleen T. McWhorter, EXAMPLES Underline definitions