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Preview, Preread and Code (PPC) Purpose : Activate schema Make use of cues the text offers Systematize note taking Collect study notes as you read Rationale :  This procedure helps the reader to make use of the text features to aid in  understanding, to use prior knowledge, and to make predictions on a large scale about  what will be discussed in the reading, and on a smaller scale about what information is  important.  The coding can provide study notes for later tests, papers, or discussions on  the reading.  The PPC procedure is also an effective strategy for responding during  peer group essay discussions. Procedure : 1. To Preview a selection, look for  Title  Graphics Author Study Questions Subheadings Italics/bold words Sections Previews/summaries 2.  To Predict, ask yourself: What will this reading be about?
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Unformatted text preview: 3. To Preread, read the first sentence of every paragraph Gives you a quick idea of what main points will be covered 4. To Code, take Concise and Relevant notes Main ideas/ questions/ comments/ notes/ important details Peer Response : 1) Preview--Title/Introduction/Thesis 2) Prediction about content of the essay (Code) 3) Read Topic Sentence (Code) 4) Prediction about content of the paragraph (Code) Modified by Patty Baldwin, SFSU, Fall 1999, from Trudy Lane’s adaptation of the SQ3R strategy. 5) Read rest of paragraph (Code) 6) Match coded ideas with predictions 7) Continue with Steps 3-6 Modified by Patty Baldwin, SFSU, Fall 1999, from Trudy Lane’s adaptation of the SQ3R strategy....
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