Daily Lessons for Teaching Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory

Peter Barry
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Lesson 1 (from Introduction)

Objective

Introduction

SQ3R is an intensive reading technique that author Peter Barry suggest the reader uses while engaging in his book "Beginning Theory." The objective of this lesson is to learn about the SQ3R technique as instructed by Barry.

Lesson

1) Individual assignment: What is the intensive reading technique that author Peter Barry suggest the reader uses while engaging in his book "Beginning Theory"? How does "SQ3R" help the reader? Explain.

2) Class discussion: Explain what the "S" stands for in "SQ3R." What does Barry want the reader to "Survey"? Is information evenly spread throughout a book, especially "Beginning Theory"? Explain. What does a reader gain by surveying a single chapter/section rapidly? Do you find any negative reasons why a reader should not survey an entire chapter/section as described by Barry? Explain. What does the "Q" stand for in "SQ3R"? Why should...

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