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2008.04.19 17:28

효과적으로 책읽는 방법

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미국대학은 4월 하순, 혹은 5월경쯤 방학을 맞게 된다. 따라서 이때쯤이면 학기말고사 및 그 준비로 인해 많은 유학생들이 정신 없이 바쁘다. 눈가에 피곤이 역력하고, 얼굴에는 핏기도 없다. 얼굴은 좀 어둡고. 하나님을 사랑하는 이들은 세상일, 즉 학업에도 충실해야 한다. 그러나 앞으로 자주 듣게될 충고이겠지만, 공부가 하나님보다 앞서면 안된다. 만일 그렇게 가고 있다면 먼저 회개하고 공부하기 바란다. 이곳에 첨부한 독서방법은 여러방법중 하나의 대안일뿐이다. 참고 바란다. 책을 읽기전 반드시 먼저 기도 하고 내게 공부할 수 있는 기회주신 하나님을 찬양 하라. 그리고 나서 이곳에 적힌 방법들을 참고 하면 도움이 될 수 있다. 다음의 방법이 나와 맞지 않으면 자신의 방법을 찾되, 기도와 찬양의 과정을 반드시 거쳐가시기 바란다.


Effective Reading Secrets:
Read faster, remember more, and get great grades
By Steven Frank, The Backpack Study Series



Where and When to Read

 

Where to read

Choose a place to read that is well-lit, comfortable, and free from frequent distractions. If you find you are not reading productively, change your location, or take extra measures to minimize distractions.

Staying awake while you read

   1. Don't get too much sleep: For most people, six to eight hours of sleep a night is sufficient.
   2. Exercise regularly

 

When to read

Schedule time to devote to reading assignments each week. Allow more time than it will likely take to complete the reading.

Spread out reading assignments throughout the week. Do not do all of your reading at once. Try to give yourself a break between assignments.

To get motivated, promise yourself little rewards-like a snack or a walk- for each task you accomplish.



Reading Textbooks for Active Learning: A Step-by Step Strategy

Know where you are headed and why

 

Flip through and preview a reading assignment to get a sense of the big picture. This will help you stay on track while you read.

 

·  What do you think your professor is hoping you will gain by reading this?
.  How does the chapter of text fit in with the overall subject matter of the course?

 

Take brief notes While you read

List key terms, concepts, and topics.

·  Don't worry about neatness or grammar; these notes are for your own benefit; as long as they make sense and are legible to you, they are fine.

 

Include brief definitions and explanation in shorthand.

1. Avoid complete sentences
2. Keep descriptions and examples brief
3. Abbreviate repeated key terms; GNP, groupà grp, et.
4. Use signs and symbols; +, =, ie, *, vs., ( ), ?, ;, !, @, à, ~, ~>, etc

 

Construct a rough outline with the indentation and different size referring to importance.

·  Main topic of the chapter, topic A, subtopic of topic A, another subtopic of topic A, topic B, etc.

 

Write a response

When you are finished with the reading, write a response identifying major themes, and describe your overall reaction to material. Imagine yourself having a conversation with the text.

 

Close the book and take out a few sheets of fresh paper. Draw a line down so you can have an extra-wide left-hand margin of about 3 inches. Then write your response only on the right side of the margin

 

1. What seemed to be the author's main concern?
2. What ideas, topics, or points were mentioned more than once?
3. What's the point, if any, in the introduction or conclusion?
4. What part, if any, did you have trouble understanding? Why?
5. How does this text connect with other things you've learned?

 

Follow up

Before an exam, you can read through your notes and responses to help you prepare.

As you read each response, jot down any new thoughts, ideas, and questions in the wide left hand margin you left open.



Managing Your Reading Load

Making educated decisions: Selective reading guidelines

 

Reading selectively means making smart choices about what to read carefully, what to skim, and what to cut.

 

Making the cuts; How to prioritize your reading list

Prioritize your overall reading list. Glance through different assignments and try and get a sense of how relevant or significant they are to the course. First read the more important works.

 

Skimming texts

The best way to skim a teat is to stop to read the following sections more carefully.

1. Introductions, conclusions, summary paragraphs; "in collusions," "to sum up," and "therefore
2. First and last line of paragraphs
3. Pictures, charts, and diagram
4. Words and phrases in boldface or italics

 

Follow up

o  You should still take time to take notes and/or write a response on what you read selectively, even if you are skimming, using the techniques described in this book.

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