Time to go back to your key readings for this term!
If you haven’t done so already, organise them by subject and section, and fill in any gaps by printing/downloading and adding them to your collection.
Using online or paper resources is OK for this one, whatever works best for you.
Once you have done that, get reading! I recommend two pieces a day if they’re less than 10 pages, and 1 piece a day if it’s more than 10 pages long.
1. Read it through once, completely. Read it out loud, in your head, whatever helps you to understand the text.
2. Find the key points of the text. Summarise the text in a notepad/document or at the bottom of the text if there’s space.
3. Highlight anything relevant you might quote or paraphrase. These have to be SHORT and SWEET. Quotes shouldn’t be more than a couple of sentences of long.
4. Try and relate it to relevant case law. For example, how does the work of AV Dicey relate to Parliamentary Sovereignty? How does it relate to the traffic light theory of admin law? Mark it down inside the text, or failing that, on your notepad/document.
5. Now you have an annotated document! :)