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P.O.R.P.E is a five step strategy used in preparing for tests.
"P" stands for planning (read, underline, and annotate the assigned material).
"O" stands for organization (organize information to generate questions and answers. Create study checklists. Identify all of the material on which you will be tested - - list notes, formulas, diagrams, text assignments, semantic maps, review sheets, and charts).
"R" stands for rehearse (begin by testing over key ideas; say out loud or write down the major parts of your outline).
The other "P" stands for practice (generate a list of possible questions; take the “mock test” in the classroom or a quiet room; FROM MEMORY, write answers to each question you expect to be difficult; time yourself).
"E" stands for evaluate (evaluate the quality of your answer; are you ready for the exam or is there a need for further review; examine organization again—did you leave out key ideas or details).
Repair and go through PORPE steps—PLAN, ORGANIZE, REHEARSE, PRACTICE, AND EVALUATE.
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Extra Credit: P.O.R.P.E.
Apply the P.O.R.P.E. comprehension strategy to the chapter entitled “Ohm’s Law,
Energy, and Power” in Unit 5 of the Prentice Hall Textbook Reader. After you have
applied the strategy, think about your experience keeping the following points in mind.
• What was the strategy?
• What did you liked about the strategy?
• What didn't you like about the strategy
• Are you likely to use this strategy again... Why? Why Not?
“Reply Privately” to this subject heading with a THOROUGH discussion of these points
and any other you feel are relevant to using the strategy.
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