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Chapter 6: Organizing Textbook Information. Bridging the Gap, 9/e Brenda Smith. In This Chapter You Will Answer the Questions:. What is study reading? What is annotating? What is the Cornell Method of Note taking? What is outlining? What is mapping?.

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chapter 6 organizing textbook information

Chapter 6: Organizing Textbook Information

Bridging the Gap, 9/eBrenda Smith

2008 Pearson Education, Inc., Publishing as Longman Publishers

in this chapter you will answer the questions
In This Chapter You Will Answer the Questions:
  • What is study reading?
  • What is annotating?
  • What is the Cornell Method of Note taking?
  • What is outlining?
  • What is mapping?

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methods of organizing textbook information
Methods of Organizing Textbook Information
  • Annotating
  • Note taking
  • Outlining
  • Mapping

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the demands of college study
The Demands of College Study
  • Discovering your Fitness as a Reader
  • Building Knowledge Networks
  • Organizing Textbook Information
    • Annotating
    • Note taking
    • Outlining
    • Mapping

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annotating
Annotating
  • Highlight main ideas, major supporting details, and key terms.
  • Develop a system of notations.
  • Mark the text after the first reading.
  • The markings indicate points to review for an exam.
  • Highlight with a colored marker.
  • Make a list of key terms & ideas to have a reduced form for review.

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when to annotate
When to Annotate
  • After a unit of thought has been presented.
  • After a single paragraph or after three pages.
  • After major points emerge from a background of lesser detail.

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note taking
Note taking
  • Write brief sentence summaries of important textbook information.
  • Use margin space to identify topics.
  • Highlight key terms for self-testing.

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how to take notes the cornell method
How to Take Notes:The Cornell Method
  • Create a two-and-one-half-inch margin for noting key words.
  • Create a six-inch area on the right for sentence summaries
  • After reading a section, jot down sentence summaries in the six-inch area.
  • Use your own words.
  • Include main ideas & significant supporting details.
  • Use complete sentences.
  • Underline keywords from summary sentences.

See page 302-4 in your textbook for examples.

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why take textbook notes
Why Take Textbook Notes?
  • It keeps you involved with the material.
  • It improves your concentration.
  • It helps to review for a test.

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outlining
Outlining
  • Include only what you need to remember.
  • Use a numbering system & indentations.
  • Get a general overview before you start.
  • Use phrases rather than sentences.
  • Put it in your own words.
  • Be selective.
  • Indicate key terms with a yellow marker.

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why outline
Why Outline?
  • It provides a visual display of the important information according to levels of importance.
  • It helps in organizing notes from class lectures.

See page 307 of your textbook for an example of an outline form.

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reader s tip guidelines for successful outlining
Reader’s Tip: Guidelines for Successful Outlining
  • Get a general overview before you start.
  • Use phrases rather than sentences.
  • Put it in your own words.
  • Be selective.
  • After outlining, indicate key terms with a yellow marker.

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how to map
How to Map
  • Draw a circle or a box in the middle of a page.
  • Write the subject or topic of the material in it.
  • Determine the main ideas that support the subject.
  • Write them on lines radiating from the central circle or box.
  • Determine the significant details.
  • Write them on lines attached to each main idea.
  • Number of details you included will depend on the material and your purpose.

See pages 311-312 in your textbook for examples.

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why map
Why Map?
  • Mapping offers a visual organization for learners with a preference for spatial representation.
  • It provides a quick overview of an article or a chapter.
  • Mapping can be used to reduce notes for later study.

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integrate knowledge while reading
Integrate Knowledge While Reading
  • Picture
  • Relate
  • Monitor
  • Correct
  • Predict

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recall
Recall
  • Stop to self-test
  • Relate
  • React

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concept prep for communications and language
Concept Prep for Communications and Language
  • Communications courses include mass media, journalism, film, and video. They also include interpersonal and intrapersonal communication.
  • Some important terms in the field are:
    • Charisma
    • Ethics
    • Idioms
    • Diction
    • Double entendres
    • Malapropisms
    • Plagiarism
    • Copyright

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concept prep for health
Concept Prep for Health
  • What is blood pressure?
  • What can happen to arteries as we age?
  • What do these medical procedures mean:
    • CAT scan
    • MRI
    • Chemotherapy
    • Radiation
    • PSA
    • Sonogram
    • Amniocentesis
    • Mammogram

Read about concepts important in the health field on pages 337-8 in your textbook.

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search the net
Search the Net

For suggested Web sites and other research activities, go to http://www.ablongman.com/smith/

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vocabulary booster
Vocabulary Booster

Complete the exercises on root words entitled “The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars.”

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