Week Seven Assignment - Appendix G

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Axia College Material Appendix G SQ3R Worksheet Selected Reading: How Can SQ3R Help You Own What You Read? pp. 155-167 Survey How did you survey? I scanned the headings, first two, and last sentences of each paragraph, and read the captions beneath photos. Question What questions did you ask? I asked myself what I already knew about SQ3R. I read the questions at the end of the sections, to see what information was most important. Read How did you read? I read each section and tried to identify the main idea. If I read a paragraph and couldn’t make a note on anything, I reread it until I could. I related the reading to my own life in order to better recall the information. Recite What did you recite? I took notes on each heading, and made sure I could answer each part of the assignment by using my notes. I also noted any ideas the reading gave
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Unformatted text preview: me that I may want to explore. Review How did you review? I reread all headings, reviewed the examples given, reread the captions, and skimmed all summaries to remind myself of the key ideas I was expected to take away from the reading. Wrap-up Questions : How successful was the SQ3R process in helping you grasp the concepts in the section you selected? Using the SQ3R process helped me to fully answer each question within the assignment. The questions at the end of each section were a great way to make sure I grasped the material as it was intended. Will you use SQ3R in the future as a way to master the content in academic readings? I anticipate using the SQ3R in the future- it really helped taking notes, especially in reviewing the information. GEN 105...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course GEN 105 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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