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Reading Techniques

C&I 214
by

Ashley Hartwig

on 11 February 2013

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Transcript of Reading Techniques

Notes in the book PROS Split page notes PROS Reading with a pen PROS Connections all three options allow the reader to reflect on the material and take notes on their thoughts, ideas, and connections Reading Techniques by Ashley Hartwig write specific questions
notes all in one place
easy reference
CONS dislike writing in books
lack of room & & CONS expand upon ideas
more room to elaborate time consuming
separate notes from book/article CONS & concentrate too much on the symbols
forget symbol meaning easy to read icons
clear meaning behind notes
identify more things than others:
key ideas, main ideas, feelings toward text, etc. & Applications & Importance As a teacher, I could use what I have learned from these and consider which one would best suit my students when I assign one versus the other. When I tutored at Bloomington High School, the student I worked with had no notes from class to use on his homework. Therefore, it is important to teach students note taking skills.
I plan to incorporate these techniques into my curriculum because these skills are important in any content area... and in life. Sources Google images,
class discussions,
and tutoring THE END
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