Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Improving Achievement The CPC Way © 2004. James M. Furukawa, J.D., Ph.D.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Improving Achievement The CPC Way © 2004. James M. Furukawa, J.D., Ph.D."— Presentation transcript:

1 Improving Achievement The CPC Way © James M. Furukawa, J.D., Ph.D.

2 2 of 12 Introduction Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline

3 3 of 12 You selected keywords in the previous lesson. In this lesson you will form a pyramid (an outline) with the words so they will be easy to learn. Lesson Goals In this lesson you will: Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline Click here to continue. Learn how to form an outline of keywords.

4 4 of 12 This slide shows a typical outline. Go back to the previous lesson. You underlined the key words in the SCHOOL story. Use those words to prepare a chunking study outline. Select headings for the paragraphs, too. Your completed outline should look like the one on the next slide. Creating an Outline From Keywords Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline

5 5 of 12 Your chunking study outline for the SCHOOL story should look like this: SCHOOL I. School A. big B. red II. Teacher A. tall B. man III. Bus A. long B. yellow Creating an Outline From Keywords Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline

6 6 of 12 Since the story was a very simple one, it was not difficult for you to prepare an outline. Are you ready for a more challenging task? Prepare an outline of the key words you underlined in the DOGS story. Use it to prepare an outline. Begin by giving each paragraph a Roman numeral heading—normally a keyword that you have already underlined. Creating an Outline From Keywords Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline

7 7 of 12 When you are finished, click the button below to open Appendix 4A and print a copy. (When you are finished printing, close the window that the Appendix appears in to return to this program.) Next, prepare a complete outline. Creating an Outline From Keywords Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline

8 8 of 12 Finally, click the button below to open Appendix 4B and print a copy. Compare it with the one you prepared. (When you are finished printing, close the window that the Appendix appears in to return to this program.) Your teacher may ask you to prepare an outline for a chapter from your current textbook Creating an Outline From Keywords Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline

9 9 of Facts: What kind of words do you place in a chunking study outline? 2. Summary: How is a chunking study outline different for your notes? 3. Attitude: Do you think outlines are hard to prepare? 4. Thought: Have you ever prepared a chunking study outline before? Answer your questions on a sheet of paper. Chunking Study Outline: QUESTIONS 4-1 ? ? ? Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline

10 10 of Keywords 2. It is limited to nouns and adjective nouns that are subjects of sentences and paragraphs. 3. If you underline keywords when reading, a chunking outline should be easy to prepare. 4. You probably prepared something like it before but with more words. Remember more words makes the outline harder to use. Chunking Study Outline: ANSWERS 4-1 Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline

11 11 of 12 One more lesson and you will know all you need to know about the CPC Way of improving achievement. And, as you keep using it, you will be able to do it automatically in the future to improve your grades in everything. High five! Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline

12 12 of 12 Lesson 4: Chunking Study Outline Study Outline In Lesson 4 you learned how to prepare a study outline from keywords. Next In Lesson Five you will learn about how to chunk information together. Click the Next button to get started with Lesson Five. Summary


Download ppt "Improving Achievement The CPC Way © 2004. James M. Furukawa, J.D., Ph.D."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google