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Transcript of SQ3R
Preread. Scan the material. Look for titles, subtitles, pictures, diagrams, bold and italic type. Process Task *Found on Teachers Pay Teachers and created by the blogger of The Teaching Reef is a poster, strategy outline chart, and fold-able brochure activity for both fiction and non-fiction. Save this one to your favorites, it's free! Resources Conclusion Students can be evaluated by using a SQ3R handout that students are able to utilize as a guide while reading. Students should be able to ask themselves questions and actively think about the text. Students should be able to answer their questions as well as find other important information in the text.
Observation of this strategy in use would be another type of assessment to use. Evaluation Get more out of
what you read. SQ3R is a useful technique for fully absorbing written information. It helps you create a good mental framework of subjects, into which you can fit facts correctly. It helps you set study goals. It also prompts you to use the review techniques that will help to fix information in your mind. (http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newISS_02.htm)
Did you catch all of that? Ok, if you are like me, you probably read this but couldn't recite or summarize a word of it.
That's where SQ3R comes in to play! Let's check it out! The SQ3R Reading Method Q-Question
Ask yourself questions about what you have just read and write them down. Who, what, where, when, why. R-Read
Read each section to answer your questions. R-Recite
Cover the answers to your questions and recite them by saying them out loud or writing them down. R-Review
Go back over the material. Reread your notes and go over the main points. http://blackboard.boisestate.edu/@@/AD3A87F63462DDB951B9A38D0C609564/courses/1/1133-SC-12100ED-LTCY440003/content/_1665172_1/Pirates%20book.pdf Alright! Let's test it out! Step 1 & 2 (Survey & Question)Click the link below and look over this book about Pirates. Read the title, subtitles, picture captions, etc. As you survey the book, ask yourself what questions you may have. Write them down on the left side of note paper.
Step 3,4,5 (Read, Recite, Review)Read the story and answer your questions as you go. Write them down on the right side of your note paper. Highlight anything else that seems important to you. Recite the answers to your questions out loud and lastly, review again and again all of the important information. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/SQ3R-A-Strategy-For-Text *Quick and simple information on SQ3R:
http://www.pbchistoryonline.org/middle-school-lessons/Strategies/strategy--SQ3R.htm The SQ3R Reading Strategy is a great tool to get students (and adults) thinking about what they are reading while they are reading. Students who can effectively use SQ3R will be able to "get it" the first time they read a text. And as a bonus, you can use the strategy while reading your college textbooks!