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Critical Reading for College and Beyond. CHAPTER TEN. CHAPTER GOALS After learning Chapter 10, you should be able to demonstrate :. Why it is important to mark information in your textbooks. A system for textbook marking. What, and how much, to mark.

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chapter goals after learning chapter 10 you should be able to demonstrate
CHAPTER GOALSAfter learning Chapter 10, you should be able to demonstrate:
  • Why it is important to mark information in your textbooks.
  • A system for textbook marking.
  • What, and how much, to mark.
  • How to develop a personal system for marking textbooks.
what is textbook marking
What is Textbook Marking?
  • Textbook marking is a systematic way of marking, highlighting, and labeling ideas in your textbooks to show how ideas are related to each other.
errors in textbook marking
Errors in Textbook Marking
  • Wrong information is marked.
  • Too much is marked.
  • Not enough is marked.
  • No margin cues are used so students forget why they marked something.
steps in the process of textbook marking
Steps in the Process of Textbook Marking
  • Preview
  • Study-Read
  • Mark or Highlight Text
  • Write Margin Cues
examples of abbreviations
Examples of Abbreviations
  • Definitions: def
  • Main Idea: MI
  • Important Detail: ID
  • Examples: EX
  • Steps: 1,2,3
  • Conclusion: Con
  • Author’s Opinion: Opin
  • Don’t Understand: ?
developing a personal system
Developing a Personal System
  • Adopt and consistently use specific abbreviations and/or symbols.
  • Develop your own margin cues.
  • Write down symbols you use on a 3x5 cards so that you have a system.
chapter vocabulary
Chapter Vocabulary
  • Textbook Marking
  • Annotations
  • Margin Cues

ID

Opin

MI

?

?

1,2,3

EX