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Making and Using a Bookmark Study Sheet



Making and Using a Bookmark Study Sheet
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Making and Using a Bookmark Study Sheet
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     Do you have trouble keeping track of characters, setting, and plot as you read a novel? If so, you can make yourself a study aid. A bookmark study sheet will not only help you to keep track of your place, but it will also help you to keep track of your reading.
 
2     You can easily make a bookmark study sheet on the computer. First, choose a two-column format. Start by typing a heading at the top of the first column. You will want to include your name, just in case you lose it. You will also need to write the title of the novel, the date, and the name or number of the chapter. You can make general headings, followed by lines. This way, you can print and use the form over and over, by filling in new information each time.
 
3     Next, designate a space for writing in new vocabulary words. Type "vocabulary" here. Leave room for the words and definitions. The next space will be labeled "setting." This will be followed by "main characters." Leave room to tell something about each character.

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