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Transcript of Study Strategies
Strategic Reading and Study
Two study strategies will be presented in this course: SQ3R and PIR.
Most college students don't have a plan in mind when they sit down to read an assignment. Do you?
They are concerned with how long it will take to read the material.
Do you ask "How should I approach this material so I can make the best use of my time?"
When integrating knowledge, one strategy is to employ "metacognition."
Metacognition means to be aware of how well you're learning; some refer to it as "learning about learning."
Our textbook has "focus questions" at the beginning of each chapter and "summary points" at the end of each chapter to assist you with studying. Are you using these "Survey"and "Review" tools?
Our goal is to introduce you to two effective strategies that will allow you to 1) spend less time learning material and 2) retain the information for tests and beyond.
For your next reading assignment, use SQ3R or PIR. We think you'll find a more systematic, organized approach to reading to be more efficient and effective.
Bridging the Gap by Brenda Smith, 10th ed.
What is Schemata / Schema ?