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Five Minutes to Teach Study Skills in Class Questioning Objective: students will formulate questions to guide reading Procedure: assign a chapter or section of a textbook or other reading assignment. Select a passage with about a dozen sub-headings. Write on the board, or distribute, a list of common questions prompts arranged as follows – Basic, factual, question prompts: Who? What? Where? When? Analytical, thought-provoking, question prompts: Why? How? Compare Contrast (These last two aren’t question words, but they do promote analysis.)
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Unformatted text preview: This is the “Q,” for question in the PQ3R approach to study reading. Ask students to write five questions for each sub-heading, or a statement if “compare” or “contrast” are used. Both basic and analytical prompts should be used. In five minutes, the students should be able to use at least five of the eight words on the list. If time permits, ask students to give an example of a question or statement for each prompt....
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