This strategy includes the following five steps (Robinson, 1946):
Survey: Students review the text to gain initial meaning from the headings, bolded text, and charts.
Question: Students begin to generate questions about their reading from previewing it.
Read: As students read, they need to look for answers to the questions they formulated during their preview of the text. These questions, based on the structure of the text, help focus students' reading.
Recite: As students move through the text they should recite or rehearse the answers to their questions and make notes about their answer for later studying.
Review: After reading, students should review the text to answer lingering questions and recite the questions they previously answered.
Charles Colson, Born Again
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