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Blog EntryBlog: Monday, October 19, 2015

Step #7 Study Smart

1. Explain two methods you use to memorize information, such as math facts, spelling words, etc.

2. We all learn differently. What are some techniques you use to learn and understand new information. Give 2 or 3 examples.

I have shared in class how to use a mnemonic device like FANBOYS to remember a list of words. This is an example of a technique.

Posted by Julie Wilson at 3:45 PM | 26 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Step #6 Know how to read a textbook

When you know how to read a textbook, you understand and remember what you read.á Textbook authors have already done a lot of work for you.á They have inserted section headings, bolded words, added pictures, charts and graphs. All of this is to make it easier for you to understand and remember the information presented to you.

Click on the two links below that outlines a method of pre-reading called SQ3R. Take notes as you read.á Be prepared to discuss the topic in class.á Maybe make up a sample, using one of your textbooks.

http://www.inter-lakes.k12.nh.us/ilhs/AVID/SQ3R.pdf


http://www.readingeducator.com/strategies/sq3r.htm

Posted by Julie Wilson at 2:47 PM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Tuesday, September 29, 2015

STep #6 Know how to read a textbook

When you know how to read a textbook, you understand and remember what you read. Textbook authors have already done a lot of your work for you. They have inserted section headings, bolded important words, added pictures, charts, graphs and questions. All of this is to make it easier for you to understand the information in the text.

Click on the links and read about the SQ3R method. Next,á take notes and be prepared to discuss this concept in class.á Maybe make a sample of some sort to share.


http://www.interlakes.org/ilhs/AVID/SQ3R.pdf

http://www.d120.org/assets/1/avid/SQ3R.pdfááá




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Posted by Julie Wilson at 2:43 PM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Saturday, September 19, 2015

Step 5 Take Good Notes

Learning to take USEFUL notes is critical to being a successful student. You will learn multiple ways to take notes, such as, áT charts, JOTTS, Outlines., Thinking Maps, and Cornell Notes.

Watch this video:áhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rGRT4LmJZcá


This week there is no written response required. BUT, you should explore this topic. You can Google "note taking skills" or Cornell Notes and see some great ways to take notes.á

Posted by Julie Wilson at 11:32 AM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Monday, September 14, 2015

Step #4 Be Successful in Class

Answer the following sentences:

1.á How are you a good group member?

2.á List 2 ways to participate in class.

3. How do you take responsibility for your grades?



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