- Author:Sherrie Nist,Michele Simpson
- Publisher:Houghton Mifflin Company; 1 edition (June 1, 1996)
- Pages:462 pages
- Subcategory:Words Language & Grammar
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Developing Textbook Fluency : Active Reading and Studying in the Content Areas. by Michele L. Simpson and Sherrie L. Nist.
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: For me it came from my experiences. : I had a similar experience, although I essentially fell into working and thinking about reading and studying from a strategic perspective
: For me it came from my experiences. I taught secondary reading back in the '70s where I also helped the students do well in high school. This experience set the tone or at least provided the foundation for my practice. : I had a similar experience, although I essentially fell into working and thinking about reading and studying from a strategic perspective. It wasn't such a conscious sort of thing. Before I went back to graduate school for the doctorate I had a job at a small 4-year institution in Florida, and I was working at a reading lab while I was undertaking my master's degree.
Michele L. Simpson, Sherrie L. Textbook Annotation: An Effective and Efficient Study Strategy for College Students. Michele L.
Nist-Olejnik, Sherrie, 1946-; Diehl, William, 1951-.
Developing Textbook Fluency emphasizes a practical three-part approach to the demands of discipline-specific reading, studying, and thinking: Preparing to Read, Connecting During Reading, and Rehearsing After Reading (PCR). Part I covers practical matters facing the beginning college student, including motivation and time management. Part II offers a selection of readings and study strategies for four academic disciplines: psychology, history, science, and technical courses.