TEXT - how to read a scientific text - Pedagogical approach

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1. Evaluation

1.1. Students self-evaluation

1.1.1. Checkli

1.2. Evaluation of unit

1.2.1. Mentimeter

1.3. Peer-to-peer evaluation

1.3.1. Peergrade

1.3.2. Googledocs

1.4. Quiz

1.4.1. Matching

1.4.1.1. Quizlet

1.4.2. Test

1.4.2.1. Google Forms

1.4.2.2. Socrative

1.4.3. Multiple choice

2. Learning objectives/goals

2.1. MindMeister

2.2. Bubbl

2.3. poplet

3. Prior knowledge

3.1. Quiz

3.1.1. Matching

3.1.1.1. Quizlet

3.1.2. Test

3.1.2.1. Google Forms

3.1.2.2. Socrative

3.1.3. Multiple choice

3.2. Test your knowledge

3.2.1. Socrative

3.3. Competence box - do I know this?

3.4. Read/watch before

4. Processing text comprehension

4.1. Produce text

4.1.1. Report

4.2. Explanatory video

4.2.1. YouTube

4.3. Bookmarks to explanations

4.3.1. Pinterest

4.3.2. diigo

4.4. Notes

4.4.1. Evernote

4.5. Analysing

4.5.1. Flowcharts

4.5.1.1. draw.io

4.5.1.2. creately

4.6. Tags in video

4.6.1. H5P

4.6.2. EDpuzzle

4.7. Highlighting

4.7.1. diigo

4.7.2. Super Simple Highlighter

4.8. Producing glossary

4.8.1. ProfessorWord

4.8.2. Rewordify

4.9. Mind map

4.9.1. MindMeister

4.9.2. Mindomo

5. Additional resources

5.1. Video

5.1.1. ScreencastO'matic

5.1.2. Screencastify

5.1.3. Vimeo

5.2. Text

5.3. Illustrations

5.4. Data

5.5. Tag list

5.5.1. diigo

5.6. Glossary

5.6.1. ProfessorWord

5.6.2. Rewordify

6. Collaboration

6.1. Forum - commenting

6.1.1. TodaysMeet

6.1.2. Flowdock

6.1.3. Edmodo

6.2. Collaboration file

6.2.1. TitanPad

6.2.2. lino

6.2.3. Pinterest

6.3. Blogs

6.3.1. Blogger

6.3.2. tumblr

6.3.3. edublogs

6.3.4. WordPress.org

6.3.5. FB

6.4. Online analysing

6.5. Forum discussions - find an expert

6.6. Wikis

6.6.1. Wikipedia

7. Reading strategies

7.1. Skimming/Scanning

7.1.1. BBC

7.2. Read

7.2.1. text to speach reader

7.2.1.1. ttsreader

7.2.1.2. Naturalreader

7.3. Take notes

7.3.1. Evernote

7.3.2. Google docs

7.3.3. Cornell note

7.3.4. Wordle

7.3.5. Post-it

7.4. Divide text into parts

7.5. Writing summaries

7.6. Illustrations/diagrams

7.6.1. Flowcharts

7.6.1.1. draw.io

7.6.1.2. creately

7.7. Commenting

7.7.1. Flowdock

7.7.2. Twitter

8. Active textbook