After reading - Deepstash

After reading

  • Create an outline of the text from memory
  • Discuss the material with a friend or classmate.
  • Write down everything you remember from the reading in 5 minutes.
  • Identify the important concepts from the reading and provide examples and non-examples of each concept.
  • Create a concept map from memory to illustrate your learning from the assigned reading.

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