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STUDY STRATEGIES

STUDY STRATEGIES MR G mles

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Studying 15 minutes times 4 days = 2 hours of studying! Leave a few study cards where you will see and use them often such as on the dinner table / in the bathroom / in the car / etc.
Quiz a parent. It is more engaging, and just as effective as a parent quizzing you! Start a study group with one or more friends.
Writing and drawing to study is much more effective then reading to study. Spend as much time on homework and studying as you do on screen time!
Changing subjects often has been proven to be an effective study strategy. Check out library books related to what you are trying to learn. Historical fiction is a great way to help you learn history.
Study cards with the 0/1 system - study until the cards have five tally marks. Rewrite information in a different form. Change a graph to a paragraph. Change a paragraph to a chart or drawing.
Set time goals to study or do homework. Reward yourself with a short break when you reach a goal. (example: on focus for 20 minutes) Teach it to a younger sibling.
Read! Copyright © 2012 S Gissendanner Free for personal and classroom use Switch from subject to subject in relatively short intervals.
Chunk information - 2,3,4,5 is four pieces of information- 23, 45 is two- you can learn twice as much! Create a non linguistic representation
Create a memory map
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