How to Read a Textbook

Did you know that reading a textbook is different from reading for pleasure? Hopefully you *will* have fun reading your textbook, but what we mean is that you don’t read your textbook straight through, cover to cover. Instead, we have a much more efficient technique to tell you about! The steps for How To Read a Textbook include: ♦ Pre-reading (read the title, headings, and examine the illustrations) ♦ Read the summaries (the condensed info at the beginning and the end of the chapter) ♦ Read while taking notes ♦ Review your notes (and quiz yourself). Don’t forget how useful the Table of Contents and the Glossary can be! Many people forget to use these important parts of their textbooks. How many of these steps do you do? Do you want to improve your Reading Skills? We challenge you to change the way you read your textbook. It will make your studying much more efficient! Never feel overwhelmed by your homework reading assignment again!

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Do you love to learn? We know you're serious about learning. That's what brings you to Socratica! We're starting a new series to help you be a GREAT student. All of us at Socratica are going to share our secrets for success. We're going to tell you all about how we get the most out of our study time, both in and out of the classroom. How to improve your memory. How to write a killer paper. How to get good grades. And lots more!