Brain-Friendly Study Strategies, Grades 2-8: How Teachers Can Help Students Learn
Presents creative, research-based study strategies covering all content areas and tailored to elementary and middle school students' individual learning styles, including auditory, visual, and kinesthetic modalities.
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Hooking Into Your Memory
BRAINFRIENDLY STUDY STRATEGIES GRADES
Learning What Works for You
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A-HA acrostic Activity ask students auditory Basmo Bingo body brain Bruce Wasserman cards Cerebellum chunks circle classroom colors connections content area cookies create dents Discuss emotional feel Figure finger frog goals grade graduate student graphic organizers grid hands help students homework ideas Illustration by Bruce important intelligence KEY CONCEPTS key words kinesthetic Language Arts learners learning letter long-term memory longitude math mind maps mnemonic modality move movement multiple intelligences note taking note-taking numbers Objective paper patterns Pete Seeger picture player prime meridian problem punctuation quarts rehearsal remember Schoolhouse Rock sentence shape share Smart Social Studies Song Spelling split page notes Sprenger story students need study skills Study Strategies SUMMARY OF KEY SUNY New Paltz tape teacher teaching tell There's Thirteen colonies tion topic tune Twister game visual vocabulary words walk write