Category Archives: SQ3R

About Education: Essay #4, SQ3R Expanded for Reluctant Readers

As I had written in my post of February 6, 2012, SQ3R is a read-study method of reading textbooks which not only will enhance the reading skills of students, but also will improve their short-term and long-term memory of the … Continue reading

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About Education: Essay #3, “SQ3R” (Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review)

SQ3R (Survery, Question, Read, Recite, Review) When the student practices SQ3R when reading his textbooks, he must become what is referred to in reading circles as being an “active reader,” as opposed to being a passive reader. This essay will, first, give parents some general … Continue reading

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