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Psych 1300

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T or F: The first step in the CORE learning system is collecting knowledge. True
T or F: according to (ACT) American College Testing, many college bound students lack the skill of studying. False: they lack the skill of reading
T or F: A key concept is the main topic you are reading about. True
T or F: A secondary idea is sometimes called a Thesis Statement. False: It is called a Topic Sentence
T or F: You should approach reading with a negative attitude. False: you should approach reading with a positive attitude
T or F: The big picture of reading is to collect key concepts among other aspects of the text. True
Which is not a learning strategy of reading- A. Review past readings B. Read one word at a time slowly C.Read in chunks D.Pause to Recite B. Read one word at a time slowly
After reading you should- A. Not talk about what you read B. Read easier books C. Try to forget what you read D. Reflect on what you read D. Reflect on what you read
If you have trouble understanding what you read you should- A.Stop reading the text B.Seek assistance C. Move on to another book D. Try to read it in another language B. Seek assistance
Before reading you should never A. create a distributed schedule B. Read the last 20 pages first C. Preview before reading D. Identify the purpose of what your reading B. read the last 20 pages first
What should you preview before reading- A. Table of contents B. A middle chapter C. Page numbering D. The authors biography A. Table of contents
As you read what is not a good thing to keep asking yourself- A. Whats the key concept B. What are the main ideas of the concept C. What support is offered D. What was the Author thinking when he wrote the sentence D. What was the author thinking when he wrote the sentence
After reading you should __________ on what you have read reflect
Before reading it is helpful to __________ past readings. review
The fastest way to preview a book is to look at the __________________. Table of contents
Words in _____________, bold, italics, or color put a spotlight on key concepts and ideas. CAPITALS
__________ readers read one word at a time. Poor
__________ readers don't read words they read ideas focused in groups of words. Good
What is Mindless Reading? mindless reading is the act of running your eyes over a page only to realize you don't recall a thing you read.
What is active reading? Active reading is characterized by intense mental engagement in what you are reading.
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