Reading Across the Curriculum

Reading Across the Curriculum
[aesop_content color=”#ffffff” background=”#333333″ columns=”1″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”left” floaterdirection=”up” revealfx=”off”]Do your students really know how to effectively complete their readings? We shared ways to help students focus: read/think/highlight/analyze. Specifically, 1) how to prepare students for reading comprehension and analysis, 2) proper highlighting techniques, and 3) using analyzed information to pull out main concepts and talking points. Additionally, we shared: 1) how students should study and 2) how they can predict questions for exams from the text.

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Reading Across the CurriculumĀ Handouts
[aesop_document type=”pdf” src=”http://facultycenter.ischool.syr.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Reading-Across-the-Curriculum-2_2017.pdf” caption=”Reading Across the Curriculum exercises to help your students focus on what they are reading.”]

 

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Reading Across the CurriculumĀ Event Recording
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