5 Ways to Study with a Matrix Chart
The video will describe five different ways to use a matrix chart for studying purposes.
5 ways to study with a matrix chart.
In our first video, we demonstrated how to create a matrix chart, which helps you summarize and integrate related information in one place.
[An image of an example matrix chart with four columns and five rows appears]
Now we’re going to demonstrate 5 different ways you can use your matrix chart to study.
Number 1 Summarize: When you summarize your notes in your chart, you’re already reviewing your course material and making decisions about what is most important to remember.
Number 2 Recall: Use your matrix chart to help you recall more detailed information from your notes or textbook.
Number 3 Identify Gaps: Empty boxes in your chart could mean that you have a gap in your knowledge of course material. Review your lecture notes, textbook, or other sources to complete your chart and enhance your understanding.
Number 4 Compare and Contrast: You can also use your matrix chart to compare and contrast relationships between concepts.
[An image of a chart appears. Arrows point from one cell in the chart to another cell]
Number 5 Test Yourself: You can test your knowledge by reordering or regrouping the information on your chart.
You can also make a blank chart and fill it in, or just cover up parts of your chart to see what you remember.
In conclusion, matrix charts are a study tool to help you summarize, recall, identify gaps, compare and contrast concepts, and test yourself.
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