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SQ3RSurvey, Question, Read, Review, Recite
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predicting, summarising, KWL, anticipation guide, graphic organiser, SQ3R, and two-column note taking).
Although SQ3R is a purposeful and meaningful reading method in which students practise different reading strategies, it is cumbersome for novice learners to learn and use (Flippo & Caverly, 2000; Huber, 2004).
Comparing the SQ3R method with other study techniques for reading comprehension.
Educators have tried to repair weak strategies and boost achievement by teaching students single strategies (Feldman, 2007) or by teaching them the integrated SQ3R study system.
Anderson and Armbruster (1982) argued that use of SQ3R is based on the following assumptions:
SQ3R helps make reading purposeful and meaningful, so time is used most effectively.
Use the success equation college students use: the SQ3R.
Increasing Textbook Reading Comprehension by Using SQ3R.
You can easily teach the students methods like SQ3R, summarizing, and webbing, often in just a session or two.
Strategies that she finds helpful are the Survey and Question strategies from SQ3R, watching a video before and after studying a novel or other unit of work, hearing a story read aloud before reading it individually, and working from graphic organizers that fit on one page so that students can see the entire unit content.
Perhaps the most well known of these is Robinson's (1946) SQ3R - survey an assignment, generate questions, read, recite answers to questions, and review answers in relation to the text.
Structured systems such as SQ3R (Davis, 1970) and the Cornell outline are probably best suited to the needs of this student since they clearly outline the parameters of the assignment, and provide a definite beginning and end to the process.