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This may sound crazy, but if I really feel I HAVE to get into the material even more I put on some LOUD and adrenaline-pumping music. I can read the material while the music is blasting in the background and do very well comprehending what I read!! I also outline the chapters and usually make note cards as well. Works great.
Linda Shelton, Student, entry RN program Indiana
Flashcards are the MOST effective way to study for most people. The repetition of the information helps you to recall, and allows you to pinpoint what you know and what you don't. It's a good idea to keep your flashcards even after the test is over. Just store them away in a safe place. You never know when you'll need them again, especially for finals.
Dea G., Student, 11th Grade Florida
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In these troubled economic times, a good social studies activity is to have your students develop plans for how they can help their families cut expenses. Have them consider costs such as transportation, food, clothing, entertainment, and other areas of expense. Students will learn about budgeting (tie in to math) and responsibility. Have the students share their plans with the class.
Don't Assume Understanding
Teachers often make the mistake of asking students if they understand something. Students will almost always say that they do, even when they don't. Instead, ask them to explain it to you. You can then expand their understanding.