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Information presented during lectures and in set texts are usually related to other topics. A matrix (another word for a comparison table) is an excellent way for students to see the relationships between different topics throughout the course.

Reference your Leader folder for an example and exact directions for constructing a matrix. The SI leader can initially provide the framework and a few clues for completing the matrix, but eventually the students should be responsible for designing the framework and completing the entire matrix.