SQ3R

Today we will be using the text below to complete an SQ3R.

Why do we use SQ3Rs?

Below is the SQ3R structure.

– Survey the text (write 3-5 key words or ideas after you have scanned the text)

– Question (use your key words or ideas to ask thick questions)

– Read (read all of the text and write down 2 or 3 important parts of the text)

– Recite (use the text and your own inferences to answer your questions with evidence)

– Review (summarise the text in your own words and include your own opinions with evidence)

RARE MOLA MOLA FISH SPOTTED – SQ3R

Today we will be using the text below to complete an SQ3R.

Why do we use SQ3Rs?

Below is the SQ3R structure.

– Survey the text (write 3-5 key words or ideas after you have scanned the text)

– Question (use your key words or ideas to ask thick questions)

– Read (read all of the text and write down 2 or 3 important parts of the text)

– Recite (use the text and your own inferences to answer your questions with evidence)

– Review (summarise the text in your own words and include your own opinions with evidence)

RARE MOLA MOLA FISH SPOTTED

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SQ3R – Usain Bolt

Today with some assistance you will begin an SQ3R based on a Usain Bolt text.

The purpose of an SQ3R is to be able to successfully comprehend non-fiction texts. SQ3R stands for :

– Survey the text (write 3-5 key words or ideas after you have scanned the text)

– Question (use your key words or ideas to ask thick questions)

– Read (read all of the text and write down 2 or 3 important parts of the text)

– Recite (use the text and your own inferences to answer your questions with evidence)

– Review (summarise the text in your own words and include your own opinions with evidence)

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SQ3R – READING RESPONSE

This term we will be having a big focus on completing SQ3R responses. The purpose of an SQ3R is to be able to successfully comprehend non-fiction texts. SQ3R stands for :

Survey the text (write 3-5 key words or ideas after you have scanned the text)

Question (use your key words or ideas to ask thick questions)

Read (read all of the text and write down 2 or 3 important parts of the text)

Recite (use the text and your own inferences to answer your questions with evidence)

– Review (summarise the text in your own words and include your own opinions with evidence)

This week I will be using the following link to model to the grade how an SQ3R can be completed.

https://www.dogonews.com/2014/7/7/joey-chestnut-wins-hot-dog-eating-contest-for-eighth-consecutive-year

In your independent time, you will need to work on independently reading your text, tracking your thinking, using comprehension strategies and responding to your book by structuring a reading response. Remember you can use the Reading Response Expectations post on the blog to revise different types of reading responses.

SQ3R – Climate Change: A man-made disaster

Complete an SQ3R on the climate change text.

Remember you will need to do the following to successfully complete an SQ3R:
– Survey the text (write 3-5 key words or ideas after you have scanned the text)
– Question (use your key words or ideas to ask thick questions)
– Read (read all of the text and write down 2 or 3 important parts of the text)
– Recite (use the text and your own inferences to answer your questions with evidence)
– Review (summarise the text in your own words and include your own opinions about the text and why you thought that)

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Homework week 3 / SQ3R – BLACK SATURDAY

For this weeks homework you will complete an SQ3R on the text below.

Remember in an SQ3R you need to do the following:

– Survey the text > Pick out key words and ideas by scanning the text.

– Ask questions > Ask questions by using your key words and ideas.

– Read the text > Read the text and write down the main ideas/important parts of the text.

– Recite > Answer your questions with some some evidence. You may need to infer some of your answers.

Review > Write a summary about the text in your own words. Include your own opinion and inferences about the text with evidence to why you thought that.

Write your SQ3R as a blog comment or it can be hand written on a piece of paper and pasted into your reading response book.

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SQ3R – Running with the bulls

Follow the link and complete an independent SQ3R on this article based onĀ Running with the bulls.

http://www.independent.ie/lifestyle/i-ran-with-the-bulls-and-id-do-it-again-29434816.html

Remember in an SQ3R you need to do the following:

– Survey the text > Pick out key words and ideas by scanning the text.

– Ask questions > Ask questions by using your key words and ideas.

– Read the text > Read the text and write down the main ideas/important parts of the text.

– Recite > Answer your questions with some some evidence. You may need to infer some of your answers.

Review > Write a summary about the text in your own words. Include your own opinion and inferences about the text with evidence to why you thought that.

You will complete the SQ3R in your reading books. Once it is complete, you will need to write your SQ3R as a comment underneath this post.