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AO for Groups How to Read a Book One Year Schedule AmblesideOnline.org

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How to Read a Book One-Year Schedule for Form 3

Part 1

week 1 ch 1 The Activity and Art of Reading pg 1-6 Active Reading
week 2 ch 1 The Activity and Art of Reading pg 7-11 Goals of Reading
week 3 ch 1 The Activity and Art of Reading pg 11-15 Reading as Learning; Present and Absent Teachers
week 4 ch 2 The Levels of Reading pg 16-20 (all)
week 5 ch 3 Elementary Reading pg 21-28 Stages of Learning to Read, Stages and Levels
week 6 ch 3 Elementary Reading 28-30 Higher Levels, Democratic Ideal of Education
week 7 ch 4 Inspectional Reading pg 31-38 Skimming or Pre-reading, Superficial Reading
week 8 ch 4 Inspectional Reading pg 38-41 On Reading Speeds, Fixationd and Regressions
week 9 ch 4 Inspectional Reading pg 41-44 Problem of Comprehension, Summary
week 10 ch 5 How to Be a Demanding Reader pg 45-48 Four Basic Questions
week 11 ch 5 How to Be a Demanding Reader pg 48-52 Make a Book Your Own, Three Kinds of Note-making
week 12 ch 5 How to Be a Demanding Reader pg 52-56 Forming the Habit of Reading, From Many Rules to One Habit

Part 2

week 13 ch 6 Pigeonholing a Book pg 59-65 Importance of Classifying; What You Can Learn from the Title
week 14 ch 6 Pigeonholing a Book pg 65-70 Practical vs Theoretical
week 15 ch 6 Pigeonholing a Book pg 70-74 Kinds of Theoretical Books
week 16 ch 7 X-Raying a Book pg 75-78
week 17 ch 7 X-Raying a Book pg 78-83 Stating the Unity of a Book
week 18 ch 7 X-Raying a Book pg 83-90 The Art of Outling a Book
week 19 ch 7 X-Raying a Book pg 90-95 Reciprocal Arts of Reading and Writing; Discovering the Author's Intention, First Stage
week 20 ch 8 Coming to Terms With an Author pg 96-100 Words vs Terms
week 21 ch 8 Coming to Terms With an Author pg 100-103 Finding the Key Words
week 22 ch 8 Coming to Terms With an Author pg 103-106 Technical Words and Special Vocabularies
week 23 ch 8 Coming to Terms With an Author pg 106-113 Finding the Meanings
week 24 ch 9 Determining an Author's Meaning pg 114-120 Sentences vs Prepositions

Term 3

week 25 ch 9 Determining an Author's Meaning pg 121-128 Finding the Key Sentences; Finding the Prepositions
week 26 ch 9 Determining an Author's Meaning pg 128-136 Finding the Arguments; Finding the Solutions
week 27 ch 10 Criticizing a Book Fairly pg 137-140 Teachability as a Virtue
week 28 ch 10 Criticizing a Book Fairly pg 140-145 Role of Rhetoric, Importance of Suspending Judgment
week 29 ch 10 Criticizing a Book Fairly pg 145-147 Avoiding Contentiousness
week 30 ch 10 Criticizing a Book Fairly pg 147-151 Resolution of Disagreements
week 31 ch 11 Agreeing or Disagreeing With an Author pg 152-160 Prejudice and Judgment; Judging the Author's Soundness
week 32 ch 11 Agreeing or Disagreeing With an Author pg 160-167 Judging the Author's Completeness; Third Stage of Analytical Reading
week 33 ch 12 Aids to Reading pg 168-172 Role of Relevant Experience
week 34 ch 12 Aids to Reading pg 172-176 Other Books as Extrinsic Aids, How to Use Commentaries and Abstracts
week 35 ch 12 Aids to Reading pg 176-182 Reference Books and How to Use a Dictionary
week 36 ch 12 Aids to Reading pg 182-188 How to Use an Encyclopedia