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Wise choice: Reading

psychology for success module one option2

Collecting knowledge requires: a-Mindless reading b- Active reading collecting knowledge required active reading with intense mental engagement
Strategies that can be followed before starting to read a subject are: a-Positive attitude b-Reading schedule c-Review d-Preview e-none of the above f-all of the above All of the above
Chapter summaries, special formating, and visual elements are not important in collecting key elements: a- True b-False False
Reading slowly and few words at the time help increase your understanding a-True b-False False Reading in chunks and faster helps better in understanding
What should you do if you find a passage difficult to understand? The more difficult the reading, the more often you should STOP AND RECITE WHAT YOU JUST READ
If you created a list of questions before you start reading, you should look for the answers: a-When you finish all the chapter b-As you are reading c-none of the above b-As you are reading
When reading, once you determine the key concept and supporting ideas you should just highlight it on your book a-True b-False False The highlighted information should be annotated because it helps retain information
What is a good strategy on taking notes? writing the chapter title on top, underneath it write the first main idea(paragraph title) and using indentation write the subtitle or secondary ideas under that. Repeat the same process for the entire chapter.
Newly learned words can only be part of the subject you are studying a-True b-False False Newly learned word would be better retained if used in conversations
A reader should never question an author credibility a-True b-False False Reading critically is one important strategy especially when getting information from the internet
Reflecting on what we read includes asking about: a-The key concepts b-The main ideas about the key concepts c-The supporting details d-My thoughts about the author's main idea and supporting details e-All of the above All the above Knowing the answers to all the questions will help in retaining and understanding the big picture
Rereading difficult passages will not help me understand a-True b-False False
By reciting the marked, highlighted, text you will be....the key points of the material you just read summerizing
To get feedback from what you read,...... talk about it to a classmate
When you don't understand a subject, reading ....can help another author's work
When a subject is difficult to understand a- give up b- read another author c-read a children book on the same subject d- seek assistance e-a and d f- all except a f-all except a
when a subject is too hard for you to understand you should do all of the following except: a- Ask Your instructor for assitance b- check with the reading lab c- Seek tutoring services d- drop the class d Drop the class
A marathon reading before a test is...helpful SELDOM
Reviewing the table of content, chapter objectives, titles and headings, special formatting, visual elements, and summaries, is helpful.... reading BEFORE
Reciting should be done..., and....of reading AFTER EACH SECTION, AND AT THE END (the highlighted text)
Reading same topic....books is recommended when a subject is very hard to understand CHILDREN
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