How to Study Better and Faster

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Walch Publishing, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 114 pages
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  • Uses Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences to accommodate and develop a wide range of learning styles
  • 11 units designed for verbal, logical, visual, kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalist learners
  • Easy-to-use lessons that will enhance students' study skills and habits in any subject area
  • Material that emphasizes self-understanding and growth, across the range of learning styles
  • Additional activities that include role-playing, memorizing, letter writing, team games, and more
  • Materials that is designed to help any student make the most productive use of both classroom and home-study time
 

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Contents

How Well Do You Read?
11
Getting Acquainted with Our Language
23
Writing for an Audience
37
Learning to Study
47
Tricks of the Trade
57
Your Friendly Library
67
Taking the Terror out of Testing
75
Acing Those Standardized Tests
83
Taking Charge of Your Own Education
89
Supplemental The WellRounded Student
95
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