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Assignment 3: Select and OrganizeDue DateSunday, November 1st(11:59 pm)SubmissionYou must submit this assignment in one of two ways:You can print and write on the packet (make sure I can read your writing) andsubmit pictures of your paper copyYou can box, circle, underline in a Word document, type your linearnotes/graphic organizers and upload your documentPoints25 pointsPurposePractice selecting important information from an assigned text using the box, circle,underline methodPractice taking linear notes using selected informationPractice creating a matrix from a set of linear notesPractice using graphic organizersPreparation*Please read the examples in your textbook carefully before you startworking on yourassignments:Chapter 7 SOAR for Reading (Page 217 – 224), pay attention to the examples ofselect and organizeMake use of the tips and examples in Chapter 3 Select and Chapter 4 OrganizePart 1Step 1Box, Circle, Underline Method(6 points):Use the box, circle, underline method to select important information from the assignedarticle, “Factors Affecting Students’ Studying and Motivation.” The article is providedon pages 3-4 of this packet.Clearlymark the article using the box, circle, underline method.Make sure you find 3topics and at least 4 categories!Part 1Step 2Linear Notes(3 points):Create a set of linear notes with the information you selected using the box, circle,underline method (from part 1). You will create the set of linear notes using theguidelines we practiced in class (e.g., formatting).Part 1Step 3Matrix(4 points):Create a matrix using your set of linear notes (from part 2). Make sure you have topics,categories, and details in the correct locations.

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