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In this class we will take a look at the differences between reading for high school classes and reading for college courses. We'll talk about common obstacles in college level reading comprehension and discuss tips to improve their reading comprehension. This is a lecture style class with some interaction and discussion as well as practice in one style of taking notes and/or recalling material known as mind mapping. There is no college experience or prior knowledge required to take this...
Upon completion of this class students will understand the differences/obstacles between high school reading comprehension and college as well as have strategies and tips they can use to improve their reading comprehension in preparing for college.
Notebook for note-taking. Blank paper for mind mapping. Pencil/pen Colored pencils or markers for mind mapping.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Hello and Welcome! I grew up knowing I would be a teacher. My journey took me from college to owning my own performing arts school to founding a small, private school in my hometown neighborhood to now operating a nonprofit organization that I...