C opy chapter headings and subheadings from notes onto colored note cards.
"The main headings for this section of this chapter are:
  • Legislative powers
  • Nonlegislative powers
I will write these on different colored cards."
An image of colored note cards with headings on them.
O rganize the important facts, definitions, questions, and information onto white note cards.
"I will write the important facts for legislative powers on white cards. On the front of a card I will write "Power of the Purse." On the back I will write "Ability to tax citizens to raise revenues."On the next card I will write "Coining Money" on the front and on the back I will write "Decide what is legal tender."On the third card I will write "Commerce" on the front and on the back I will write "Handle foreign Commerce and regulate Interstate Commerce" and "Interstate Commerce is manufacturing, buying, selling, and carrying of goods, persons, or information across states."
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N umber the white note cards to show the order they appeared in the book. An image of note cards in numbered order.
A rrange the colored note cards in columns.

I dentify each card's correct place underneath the proper headings.
"The card with "Power of the Purse" goes first, and the "Coining Money" and "Commerce" one next."
An image of note cards arranged in order by number and color category.
R eview information on each card.
"I've put the white cards in the right columns. Now I'm going to read the front as a question like "What is the Power of the Purse?" Then I will check the back to see if I'm right."
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