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Drill of the Month Developed by Gloria Bizjak Study Skills

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Study Skills Student Performance Objective Given data, assets, and open door for exchange, members will have the capacity to list, depict, and rehearse study aptitudes. Study tips, systems, techniques, and rules depend on inquired about instructive methodologies, perceptions, and results and are proposed by educators and teachers of different schools, universities and colleges and expert study focuses. Drill of the Month

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Study Skills Overview Common Study Problems—POWERS Study Time—A-Plus Effective Reading Effective Note Taking Drill of the Month

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Common Study Problems P O W E R S issues P rocrastinating Finding different things to do Thinking you will have room schedule-wise to concentrate later O verwhelmed Too much work Cannot take in the material Drill of the Month

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Common Study Problems P O W E R S issues: proceeded with W asting time Looking for study materials Figuring out where to begin E nvironmentally tested Home interferences, diversions Station/office intrusions, diversions Drill of the Month

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Common Study Problems P O W E R S issues: proceeded with R ecalling by packing Why squander a semester: remember in one night What caffeine is for What companions\' notes are for S leeping Too tired to ponder Forgot to timetable rest into your calendar Unable to focus Burned out with POWERS issues Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines A ttend class: dependably go to first session Meet the educator for class outline Get syllabus: course plan, rules, desires Get (or have) course book If you miss, call teacher Read ahead; every session connections to another Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with A ttend to association Use a day organizer: plan study time every day Plan adequate study time with breaks Study when refreshed and ready Review material and notes each day Do hardest assignments first Do last survey near when you have to know it Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with A ttend to association Schedule other day by day must-do things Working, eating, dozing Errands, arrangements Exercising, dons Family time, mingling Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with P repare: Be sorted out, prepared to contemplate Have a tranquil study place Introverts require a calm spot Extroverts and ADHD understudies require low-volume "calm" or "white" clamor Have all study things convenient Day organizer, paper, pens, pencils, highlighters, content, word reference, PC, paper, ink, CDs/thumb drives, work area, seat, lighting, and so forth. Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with L win: this is not the critical step, simply tedious Before class: read early, read ahead Highlight Outline Look up or inquire about Write questions for class Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with L gain: In class Come arranged Listen deliberately Ask questions Participate in exchange Take notes Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with L win: After class Reread or modify notes Review part Read next part Make associations Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with U nderstand: If you don\'t get it, ask Take premium; bode well Relate this material to past Understand ideas; decide key focuses Look for more data Stop and audit for illumination, understanding Overlearn: rehash, survey, recount, review, practice, speak or expound on it, use it Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with S tudy adequately: Use time gainfully Develop study aptitudes Study effectively: make inquiries, survey notes, discover key ideas, search for connections Think of conceivable outcomes, clarifications, connections not deadlocks Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with S tudy successfully: Use SQ-3R system S urvey material—like taking a gander at a guide before you go on an outing so you know where you are going Get a general picture or diagram Read part presentations; take a gander at headings and subheadings; take a gander at pictures, diagrams, charts; read synopses Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with S tudy viably: Use SQ-3R procedure Q uestion Ask/compose questions as you read: who, what, why, how, when, where Look for answers to questions from class, perusing, end of the section As material bodes well, it makes impressions, which are important and recollected Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with S tudy successfully: Use SQ-3R methodology R ead effectively To answer inquiries To note ideas To not striking or stressed words To take care of tables, diagrams, delineations Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with S tudy adequately: Use SQ-3R technique R ecite/R ecall to R emember Periodically, stop and review what you have perused Recite/recall principle headings/ideas, intense/italics, data in graphs/charts Create/comprehend the general idea: state in own words Make associations with what you definitely know Drill of the Month

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Study Time A – P L U S Guidelines: proceeded with S tudy adequately: Use SQ-3R technique R eview: Survey what you have secured/realized Determine what you achieved Reread to find what is comprehended/commonplace Review toward the end of the study time frame while information/inquiries are new Before exam, do a last audit Drill of the Month

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Effective Reading: Primary method for obtaining data Reading is only the start of examining, not the end of it Drill of the Month

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Effective Reading Read with Purpose Reading to study Read troublesome material for cognizance Read gradually Read to comprehend Read more than once Read so anyone might hear, in the event that it hears the words Drill of the Month

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Effective Reading Read with Purpose: kept Skimming Read rapidly to get a general thought Results in lower perception—for the present Useful when you need to peruse a ton in a brief span Identify fundamental thoughts; disregard subtle elements for the time being Drill of the Month

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Effective Reading Read with Purpose: kept Scanning Read to discover particular data you have perused before Move eyes over data to discover what you need Drill of the Month

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Effective Reading Find the Main Idea Each Chapter, segment, passage contains a fundamental thought Main thoughts make highlighting/laying out simple Find huge subtle elements Subpoints/points of interest that bolster principle thoughts Link subtle elements with primary thought and primary thought with other information The more connections, the less demanding to recollect Drill of the Month

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Effective Note Taking Notes An expertise to be educated, honed, refined Keep notes intelligent and clear Use a scratch pad to record all notes Drill of the Month

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Effective Note Taking Outlining course readings Underlining w/pencil or pen—insufficient Highlighting—more powerful Highlight key ideas or words just Do not highlight whole passages Mark key thoughts and subpoints as though sketching out on paper (I, A, B, C, 1, 2, 3, a, b, c, and so on.) Drill of the Month

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Effective Note Taking Lecture Notes: Use the SQ-3R technique S urvey: Listen for and center/focus on fundamental focuses Q uestion: Think of and make inquiries, compose inquiries to scrutinize later R ead and revamp notes, questions R ecite: make inquiries, take an interest in dialog R eview discourse, audit/change notes Drill of the Month

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Effective Note Taking Think Sitting inactively: squanders your time, does not empower learning Think what is said before recording it Do not compose each word: tedious, misses data Reorganize in your mind information disclosed, then compose (simple on the off chance that you read the task) Connect what is said w/how you think Ask for elucidation, update Drill of the Month

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Study Skills Student Performance Objective Given data, assets, and open door for talk, members will have the capacity to list, depict, and rehearse study abilities. Drill of the Month

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Study Skills Review List regular study issues (POWERS) and a few focuses for every List some study tips to gain an A-PLUS and a few focuses for every List focuses for compelling perusing List focuses for viable note taking Drill of the Month

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