Reading Informational Books (Non-Fiction) Form Title



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  • Reading Informational Books (Non-Fiction) Form
  • Title: Click just to the right of the prompt to enter the information .
  • Author(s) Name(s):
  • Publication Date, Publisher, Chapter Title, Pages, etc.:
  • Your Name:
  • Today’s Date:
  • Why are you reading this material?
  • . Click in upper-left corner of each box to enter your answers .
  • Making Notes: Space is provided below for initial notes for getting started, and for listing brief results. Use an organizational system of your choice for further note making.
  • Created by K. Beisner, School Librarian, for the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM), October 13, 2013.
  • 2 Edwards, P. N. (2008). How to read a book, v4.0. University of Michigan. Retrieved from http://pne.people.si.umich.edu/PDF/howtoread.pdf. From article: “This article may be freely distributed for any non-commercial purpose, provided that nothing is added or removed…”
  • 4 The Writing Center, UNC-CH. (2013). Reading to write. Retrieved from https://writingcenter.unc.edu/files/2012/09/Reading-to-Write-The-Writing-Center.pdf and used under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 license.
  • What are you hoping to learn?
  • How might this material help you achieve your goals?
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  • Choose one or two reading strategies from ‘How to Read a Book, v4.0’* that you will use for ‘discovering’2 this material through initial reading of it.
  • How did you implement the strategy?
  • Make notes for your own use.
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  • * Read the ‘Reading Informational Books’ handout (provided) and the ‘How to Read a Book, v4.0’ article available here: http://pne.people.si.umich.edu/PDF/howtoread.pdf.2
  • Choose one or two reading strategies from ‘How to Read a Book, v4.0’* that you will use for ‘understanding’2 this material through further reading of it.
  • How did you implement the strategy?
  • Make notes for your own use.
  • .
  • Choose one or two reading strategies from ‘How to Read a Book, v4.0’* that you will use for ‘remembering’2 this material through further study of it.
  • How did you implement the strategy?
  • Make notes for your own use.
  • .
  • Make a detailed plan and calendar timeline4 for reading this material to match your learning goals. Include the reading strategies you identify below.
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