Identify two reading goals, one short-term and one long-term.
Long-term reading goal: Well Long-term reading goal means something to achieve “eventually”
Short-term reading goal: Short-term means soothing to achieve soon.
Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:
How do you currently approach the weekly readings in the course?
* Well I approach my reading by printing off the reading’s each week and read them through first then go back and take notes that I think is important to know or to be on a test. Then I would go through again to write down key words and the meaning of each key word. When I am done with the reading’s I will study them till I know that I comprehend what I am reading. If I still don’t comprehend that’s when I go back and read the reading’s again.
How might you incorporate three of the suggestions covered this week into your study time?
The three suggestions from this week to incorporate in my study time would be,
-Skimming it’s a way for me preview what I’m about to read. I can also discover the most important idea of what I am reading and get the point of content quickly by skimming.
-Mapping- I have never heard of this technique before. But by mapping a chapter or article as I preview it gives me a visual guide for how different ideas fit together by making a branching structure and put the main idea at the top then fill in the supporting ideas on the next tier.
-Text marking- After I read the chapter or an article I can go back and mark key words I can either highlight or circle notes. But I found that I can highlight important notes then use a pencil to circle key words. Then think before I mark because I don’t want to learn something that is not going to be on a test.
How might this plan help you accomplish your reading goals?
* The plan can help me accomplish my reading goals because it’s cutting my reading time in half. I use to just...