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Reading pg 69 - Assignment 1 OPt 2

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True / False: The first step in the CORE Learning System is collecting knowledge? True
True / False: When reading mindfully, you are not actively Collecting key concepts, ideas (main and secondary) and supporting details (major and minor)?. False
True / False: A key concept is the main topic you are reading about? True
True / False: Main ideas aren't the most important idea the author wants to convey about the key concepts? False
True / False: Main Idea's are sometime called at thesis? True
True / False: Mindless reading is the act of running your eyes over a page only to realize you don't recall anything you read? True
The first step in the CORE Learning System is? A) Main ideas B) Collecting knowledge C) Active Reading D) All of the above B) Collecting knowledge
The opposite of mindless reading is? A) Collecting key concepts B) Collecting knowledge C) Active reading D) Key concepts C) Active reading
As a guideline, you should mark _____ % of your text, selecting only what is truly important. A) 15 - 20% B) 1 - 10% C) 25 - 50% D) 10 - 15% D) 10 - 15%
What is the fastest way to preview and provide an outline of what your reading. A) Table of contents B) Index C) Outline D) None of the above A) Table of contents
What do many college texts provide at the end of each chapter. A) Questions & answers B) Summary C) Visual elements D) All of the above B) Summary
What should you do if you are still having problems understanding what you have read? A) Seek assistance B) Ask your instructor C) Both A & B D) None of the above C) Both A & B
_____ is the act of running your eyes over a page only to realize you don't recall anything you read? Mindless reading
The opposite of mindless reading is ____ reading Active
A ____ is the main topic you are reading about. Key concept
Each idea - main or secondary - is typically follow by ____ such as examples, evidence, explanation, and experiences. Supporting ideas
Words in ____ put a spotlight on key concepts and ideas. CAPITALS, bold, italics, or color
Once you decide whats important, ____ or ____ these ideas in your book. Underline, highlight
What are key concepts? Key concepts are the main topic you'll read about.
What is a main idea Main ideas are the most important idea the author wants to convey about a key concept.
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