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SQ3R and Note Taking

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Jennifer Cue

on 8 January 2014

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Transcript of SQ3R and Note Taking

A better way to read a textbook?

Active Reading Goals
Keep mind alert
Look for patterns/connections
Pry out questions
Find answers
Mark key ideas

What is an Active Reading Method

Steps for Active Reading Method
Rapid reading
Determine central ideas

Search for specific information

Survey to:
Learn objectives of chapter
Titles, headings, subheadings
Introductions and concluding paragraphs
Tables, charts, diagrams, pictures, captions
Font Changes
Review Questions
Surveying tells you
Learning objectives
Content in headings etc
Key Information in intro/conclusions
Key ideas in review questions
Enhance Understanding in charts etc
Why Survey?
Provides information in a short time
Peaks curiosity (your brain likes this!)
Motivates learner
Warms the brain
Set study goals

3 R's
A way to:
Remember more
Understand better
Be more prepared

3 Stages of Note Taking
Stage 1

Before Class
Stage 2

During Class
Stage 3

After Class
Prepare for class
Set up your environment - is desk in quiet spot
Complete assigned readings
Review your notes from readings
Bring the right materials to class
When reading test before class
Read and think about content before you highlight - don't highlight as you read
Write notes in margin of text
Your job is record information that is important
Stay in tune
Follow the lecturer
Be alert to repetition/clues
Ask questions
Get involved in activities
Record questions raised by facilitator
Leave blank space between points in your notes
Be consistent

After class, your job is to Review and Revise
Review notes within 24 hours of class
Fill in the gaps and organize notes
Use key words to help you recite information
Create a Master note set
Gather support

Note Taking
Mind Map
Cornell or T-Note System
Formal Outline
Informal Outline
How do I take note faster!
Shorthand Abbreviate

Fill in gaps after class

How do I improve my notes?
Use the MI strategies on page 168
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