There are a few ways to approach your KIS (key issues).
1. Write down ALL THE THINGS and included so. much. detail.
2. Really nail down the first key issue and kind of...trail...off....and maybe not do such a good job on the rest.
3. Skim the book and write down..something? not a whole lot and definitely not understanding or taking anything away from the KIS.
4. Trying to get it all done in one night by skimming or by COPYING from another student.
You can't get around reading, guys. This books breaks the issues down nicely AND it doesn't even have the WAY SUPER complex stuff. It is imperative to complete the readings but do so well!
Read. Re-read if needed. Preview your KIS so you know what you are reading for (AKA READING WITH A PURPOSE). Break up the work! I give you several days to complete this-you can devote a little time each day to finish.
Below you examples of the KIS for unit 1. Use this as a guide for how-to-KIS. :)
PS this message will self-destruct Monday afternoon....