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Children at primary school use the SQ3R technique in an imaginative project on building materials.
Metadata describing this Open University video programme
Item code: PE951; 02
First transmission date: 28-03-1973
Published: 1973
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Duration: 00:22:10
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Producer: Richard Hooper
Contributors: John Merritt; Deborah McDaid; Richard Whatmore; Christine Ashdown; Lucy Jessop; Stuart Ferris; Angela Wells; Steven Fennick; Alison Dolton; Karen Russell; Deborah Wells; Madeline Walford; Quinten Merrit; Stephen Bennett; Sally Stainsby; Helen Sabota; Mandy Rust; Sandy Rickson; Pauline Circuit; Janet. Denton; Olwyn Hazel; Jerry. Lynch; Clifford Ale; Nigel Showler; Gary Circuit
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Woburn Sands Library; Aspley Heath Junior School; Fulbrook School; Reading development; SQ3R procedure
Footage description: The film shows children using the SQ3R routine - Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review - as a systematic method of approaching reading. Opening section shows children at Aspley Heath Junior School, Woburn Sands, working with their teacher on environmental studies, prefaced by one girl's comment on a book she is using for this project. Merritt, voice-over, explains the project is inspired by the building of the new city of Milton Keynes. Children and teacher discuss what information resources they can use for their work. Miss Higgins takes one boy through the 'Survey' part of the SQ3R routine; checking on the title, and the acknowledgement and date of a book. A second group of children use the resources of the class next door. The teacher, Mrs. Sollars, helps them select books and questions them on their usefulness. Another group visit the library of the local Secondary school, Fulwood. where the librarians are pupils from the upper forms. Merritt points out the help this can give where pupils are working individually and the class teacher cannot provide all the help every child needs. A group visit Woburn Sands Public Library where the librarian, Di Clark, helps them find material. Merritt comments on the reading process itself. Shots of children discussing their work with each other. The 'recite' stage of SQ3R is illustrated by Miss Higgins bringing out the main points of one girls study with her. The final 'review' stage: teacher and pupil review the whole reading cycle and the outcome in the form of the questions and answers collected.
Master spool number: 6HT/71125
Production number: 00525_6026
Videofinder number: 2989
Available to public: no