* Do your research. Step 2: Drafting Write * Put the information you researched into your own words. * Write sentences and paragraphs even if they are not perfect. * Read what you have written and judge if it says what you mean. * Show it to others and ask for suggestions.
This process happens to me while starting a new paragraph as well. After I'm done writing, I revise my paper carefully in the most fitting way. I look for grammatical errors and I also look if my prompt fits my writing. This is also the time where I change some of the weaker words into stronger word choices. Finally, in my text I edit by proofreading and seeing if I have any more mistakes.
This source gave most of what I would need to compose my research paper. This source gave information on Nikki Giovanni’s background and categorically dissected her poem “Ego- Tripping”. In doing so, I learned a plethora of historical facts along the way. I will be able to approach any angle of my paper having this source as a reference. Not only will I use this source in writing my paper, but it will also be used as a frequent teaching tool as I continue my education.
Below are the five steps of SQ3R study strategy: Survey: Before reading the chapter, review everything in the chapter, such as the title, headings, subheadings, and charts. Students must make note of the main ideas that are presented to recall prior knowledge that they might have about the topic and have what they will read easy to access. Question: Students must question while surveying the chapter. Students turn each heading into a question before reading. Students must ask themselves, “What did my instructor say about this chapter or subject when it was assigned?” and “What do I already know about this subject?” Reading in order to find the answer gives students a purpose for reading.
Book Review Over the past semester we have had to read several books for my Hermeneutics class. One of them was a book called “The Revelatory Text” by Sandra M. Schneiders. To be honest, I didn’t really know what to expect or what I might learn from this book. As it turned out though, I was opened to a lot of ideas and thoughts that I have believed or understood, and then I learned how to place them into my own words or thoughts. As I have gone through this class, we were asked to write statements on meaning.
The biggest thing that I learned about learning is that there are many methods of learning and teaching. I found that the way Quinn taught through his book Ishmael very interesting. My last thought about what I learned through reading the book Ishmael is that I want to be a Leaver. In this book, you will be challenged in learning whether you are a Taker or
To transfer the information from short-term memory to long-term memory the information has to be rehearsed through Elaborated rehearsal which occurs if the information is organized in a logical manner which link it to other memory and in the end creating an image. I store information in my long-term memory first by creating an interest in what I am learning. By making information more valuable to me then I am able to rehearse it over and over again until I am satisfied it is stored in my long term memory. For example, if I am reading my course work material, I scan through the whole reading so that I can get an idea of what I am about to learn and then
There is consideration of possible alternatives for explaining and hypothesising, and it links factors and perspectives. When producing your own critical writing you could compare it against these different accounts: • Which account do you think you’ve written like? • Do you need to be more critically reflective? Account 1: descriptive writing I had to talk about the project that I am on. I was confident but I did spend quite a bit of time preparing.
I had to consult other students who seemed to have some level of understanding of what we were expected to do and through this peer learning model was eventually able to develop my own concept of what to do. Kolb’s reflective model highlights the concept of experimental learning and is centred on the transformation of information into knowledge. Guided by relevant texts on understanding research, I tried to apply it myself when reading the research articles and realised that I was already developing some understanding on reading research and evaluating the data. However, I still feel this is an area that I will need further support to ensure that I