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What is a summary?
The main idea and major supporting points

100

What are the question starters?
What? How? Why?

100

What is "chunking"?
Reading one section at a time

100

What is "recite"?
The second "R" in SQ3R

100

What is "review"?
The third "R" in SQ3R

200

What are end-of-chapter questions?
Helpful in knowing what the author wants you to learn from the reading

200

What is the purpose of developing questions?
To give yourself a reason for reading

200

What is the best time to take notes?
AFTER you have read a section (not while you are reading)

200

What is "paraphrase"?
To express the ideas in different words

200

What is "study his/her notes and annotation"?
What the reader does during the third "R" step of SQ3R

300

What is a glossary?
The part of a book which defines selected vocabulary

300

What are headings and subheadings?
What you change into questions

300

What are the main ideas and major supporting points?
What you should underline

300

What is the reason you recite?
To check your comprehension; to check you understood what you read

300

What is studying for shorter periods over several days?
A better strategy than "cramming" just before a test and studying in one long session

400

What are visual aids?
What you should study prior to the reading since they help you "see" the ideas you will read about

400

What is the reason you go back and "reread" a section?
Because you can't answer your question

400

What is annotation?
Writing directly in the text and in the margins in order to identify key ideas

400

What is the pattern of organization?
The logic the writer uses to put ideas in order; an aid to help the reader remember ideas

400

What is the percentage of time a student should study reading notes compared to the time he/she spends doing the reading
70% of the student's time compared to 30%

500

What is schema?
Background knowledge

500

What type of reading material is SQ3R designed for?
Textbook chapters

500

What is the reason you wait until after reading a section before you take notes?
So you don't distract yourself or lower your comprehension

500

What is "active reading"?
Interacting with the text, surveying, predicting, questioning, taking notes, annotating, paraphrasing, summarizing. Getting involved with the ideas!

500

What is the time when most forgetting occurs?
Immediately after reading something

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