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The SQ5R Method. Make Your Study Time Work For You. Based on Original SQ3R. Survey Question Read Recite Review Developed at Ohio State University several years ago. We Learn…. 10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see & hear

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    1. The SQ5R Method Make Your Study Time Work For You

    2. Based on Original SQ3R • Survey • Question • Read • Recite • Review • Developed at Ohio State University several years ago gshepherd

    3. We Learn… • 10% of what we read • 20% of what we hear • 30% of what we see • 50% of what we see & hear • 70% of what we discuss with others • 80% of what we experience personally • 95% of what we teach to someone else gshepherd

    4. Misconceptions • Textbooks are often read in the same way that we read pleasure books. • Creates lack of understand • Limits retention of information gshepherd

    5. Textbooks vs. Leisure Reading •   Using prescribed strategy of reading/study techniques provides a more successful method of reading textbooks; • enhance understanding and retention of material.   • reduce the amount of time one will need to spend studying the material immediately prior to the test.  • time is spent actually understanding the chapter when it is read initially.  Study time then becomes deepening your understanding of the material. gshepherd

    6. What is SQ5R? • Study Strategy • Provides a different method of reading textbooks that will most likely enhance understanding and retention of material. • Not quicker in the beginning BUT… • Strive for understanding while reading first time • Reduces time later spent studying for tests gshepherd

    7. Techniques to SQ5R • Works best to chunk reading • Concentration • Research shows you remember most the first 10 minutes and last 10 minutes of what you read • Gain more by reading in 30 minute intervals 10 / 10 / 10 Hazy Area 10 min 10 min

    8. How much time is hazy? 10 min 10 min 30 minute study time Compare How much time is hazy? 10 min 10 min 60 minute study time

    9. Mnemonic • A rhyme, formula, acronym, or otherwise gimmick to help you remember a piece of information. • SQ5R • Survey, question, read, recite, write, re-read, review gshepherd

    10. What are the steps of SQ5R? • Survey • Question • Read • Recite • wRite (recite) (respond) • Re-read • Review gshepherd

    11. Survey (30 seconds) • Survey general nature of material. Read… • Titles • Headings • First and last paragraphs • Pictures • Charts • Diagrams • Summaries • Key words • End of unit questions gshepherd

    12. Question (30 seconds) • What are the questions which logically arise from the survey? • Change headings into questions • Vocabulary meanings • Cause/effect relationships • Questions concerning italicized words or phrases gshepherd

    13. Read (3 – 5 pages) • The first reading • Purposeful, but rapidly • Purpose is to gain meanings to your questions • Get main ideas • Establish continuity of thought gshepherd

    14. Recite (3-5 pages) • Ask yourself, “What have I read?” • Answer as completely as you can • Think carefully about the material before proceeding to the next page or unit gshepherd

    15. “Rite” (3-5 pages) • Quickly write down the main ideas of the selection • Important facts • Answers to questions in your own words • Use outline form • Cornell Outline gshepherd

    16. Re-Read (entire chapter) • Ready now for your second reading • More of a slower pace • Further clarity and ideas • Pick up unanswered questions • Look for details in this reading gshepherd

    17. Review (after completing the entire chapter) • Short paragraph stating main ideas of entire unit • Review your notes often to put information into your long-term memory • When you have an hour between classes, use that time to review notes rather than just “hang out” gshepherd

    18. In Conclusion • When you have mastered these 5 steps, you will find that you will be • Reading faster / better concentration • Picking out important points • Fixing them into your long term memory • Doing better on exams gshepherd

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