Study Strategies Made Easy
Designed by leading educational specialists to teach valuable study skills to students in grades 6-12, it teaches students how to learn the true key to acquiring knowledge. Strategies focus on organizational skills, time management, improving reading comprehension, vocabulary development, communication, how to study for tests effectively, memorization, and more. There are self-tests and reproducible forms to be used by individual students. This book contains valuable information for teachers and parents who work with students to develop study strategies for school success. Study Strategies Made Easy is the result of extensive research and is successfully used in leading schools and learning centers throughout the United States and Canada.
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Organizing Your School Supplies
Organizing Your Study Area
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1996 Leslie Davis abbreviations Acrostics allow Anne Boleyn behavior birdbrain brain Catherine of Aragon cerebellum cerebrum chapter Combo Notes comet communication complete copied for student's cues Directions discuss divorce empathy Encourage students example Exercises for Note-Taking facts feel Final Exams found in Appendix Grade Chart Heading/Topic Henry highlighted homework habits improve included keep learner Learning New Vocabulary learning style lecture notes Long-Term Research Project main ideas memorize memory techniques Mind Mapping multiple choice negative thoughts notebook objective tests old tests Pompeii positive questions missed READING COMPREHENSION reading selection Rehearse relaxed remember Robert Peary sample Schedule Sheet School Supplies sentence Simple Outlining skills STEP Strategies Made Easy stress Study Habits study sheets Study Strategies subdetail subtopic Supporting detail take notes Test Anxiety textbook thesis statement Thomas Cranmer topic true/false Visualization write recall questions