Appendix F Reading Strategies Worksheet

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Appendix F

Reading Strategies Worksheet

Identify two reading goals, one short-term and one long-term.

Long-term reading goal:
Short-term reading goal:

Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:

How do you currently approach the weekly readings in the course?

I read all the discussion questions and assignments first. That way I know to pay close attention to a section that pertains to one of them questions. I then skim the entire chapter before I begin reading. I tend to read and comprehend very fast (in the right environment), so I read the chapter taking notes and studying graphs and illustrations. Then look at a discussion question, go back to the chapter locate the section, and reread before answering the question. For some reason it works best for me if I know what the question is first. I think it forces me to focus on what I am reading more.

How might you incorporate three of the suggestions covered this week into your study time?

Setting reading goals by investigating the chapter first is a good place to start. By getting a good overview of what the chapter will cover I will begin reading with my mind on the right track. I also think it will be helpful to turn headings into questions, this will keep me focused looking for the answers. Another suggestion I am going to try is to annotate I agree writing things in my own words will help me to better commit it to memory and it will make it easier to study because all the key points are already noted.

How might this plan help you accomplish your reading goals?

Although I have already had a working strategy for reading I did find a few things that I feel may help me. Annotating may end up being very useful to me. On certain occasions I have used this method without even realizing it or knowing it actually had a name. With me; once I wright it, I know it. I could never explain it and now I know it has a word. I...
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