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Acronyms

 
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Study Skills Curriculum for
Upper Elementary and Middle School


- Grades 4-8
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Forming an acronym is a good strategy to use to remember information in any order. An acronym is a word that is formed from the first letter of each fact to be remembered. An acronym can be a real word or a nonsense word that you are able to pronounce. Read on to learn how to form acronyms.    
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Oral Presentations

 
Study Skills for high school students

Study Skills Curriculum
for High School


- Grades 9-12
- Contains 113 activities
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When making an oral presentation in class, you must know your subject well and convince your audience that they have something to gain from listening to you. Here are some things you can do to make an effective presentation. First, be prepared. Research your topic to ensure that you are knowledgeable about it. Practice your presentation until you feel comfortable.  
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Writing a Book Report

 
Study skills curriculum for learning disabled

Study Skills Curriculum for
LD/Struggling Students


- Grades 6-12
- Contains 122 activities
- Online assessment
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A book report should contain a factual summary of the book along with your reactions to the book. Your teacher may have specific requirements about what you must include in a book report. Your teacher may even provide you with a specific form to use. In any event, here is what a good book report should contain.  
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Free Study Tip "In my opinion we should have a time-table for doing anything. It will help us to handle things properly. At the end we will have no shortge of time to study if we have any test."
 
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Another free Study Tip Get enough sleep at night. It's harder to concentrate when you get less than six hours of sleep the night before a test.
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