Part VIII The question in the margin systems for notes in the classroom and for textbook reading are both basically a three stage process: 1. Gathering the information (Input), 2. Processing the information, and 3. Activating the Information.

Using the chart below name and explain the STEPS involved for each.
(The numbers indicate the least possible steps you may name. You may wish to add other steps that you feel are necessary or helpful.) 28 points
 
LECTURE NOTES
TEXTBOOK READING
INPUT
INPUT
1. Record Listen carefully. Write important information in shortest form necessary to understand later. 1.SurveyBefore reading quickly look at headings, bold print,charts,pictures, summary, review questions.
  2.Focus From what you discovered in your survey,try to detmine what you are looking for when you begin to read.
  3.Read Read one paragraph at a time. Do not mark yet.
PROCESS
PROCESS
1.Question Read over notes. Play jeopardy with them. Write question in margin. 1.Question Determine main idea. Write question in margin. Now underline the answer.
2.Recite Cover notes. Ask yourself the question in the margin and say the answer outloud in your own words. 2.Recite Cover text. Ask yourself the question in the margin and say the answer outloud in your own words.
3.Reflect Think about it. Visualize it. Make it personal. Relate it to something you already know. Make a mnemonic,etc.
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3.Reflect Think about it. Visualize it. Make it personal. Relate it to something you already know. Make a mnemonic,etc.
ACTIVATE
ACTIVATE
1.Review Self test before you put notes away. Again the next day and then before week is up.  1.Review Self test before you put book away. Again the next day and then before week is up. 
2.Summarize
Pull together information is a form that you can understand-could be statement at bottom of notes or a chart , flashcards, timeline, maps,etc.
2.Summarize
Pull together information is a form that you can understand-could be question written out as notes, or a chart , flashcards, timeline, maps,etc.