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Study Skills

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Elise Michaux

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Transcript of Study Skills

Studying for Success
Presented by: Elise Michaux

Know Your Teacher
Ask questions
active listener
Take good notes
Note what you don't know
Be selective
Sit in the front
Avoids distractions
Get to know the teacher & vice versus
Listen for verbal &watch nonverbal clues
Verbal: Pausing, repeating the same point, slowing down their rate of speech or speaking more loudly
Nonverbal: body language, writes on the board, makes eye contact or gestures
Review your notes
Mark questions
In-between times
Rewrite notes (if need be)
Get motivated
Set (realistic) expectations & goals
Focus & concentrate
Study Environment
"My Ideal Study Environment"

Before you can decide
how
to study for a particular test, it's important that you know exactly what you're being tested
on


What are good studying techniques?
What are bad studying techniques?
Describe a good studying environment.
How do You Study?
The Keys to Successful Studying
In Class:
Know Your Teacher
Note-Taking
Class Participation

Out of Class:
Time Management (To do List)
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
Study Environment

Disclaimer:
Learning how to study is a long-term process
In Class
Out of Class
Good Study Places
Home
At a friend's, neighbor's or relative's house
In an empty classroom
At your job
Wherever you choose to study, make it somewhere that is only for study
When Should You Study?
At your best
Well rested
Study when you can
Give yourself the right amount of time
Use nonprime hours for easy tasks
Tired & Bored
Take a Nap
Red Bull or Coffee
Turn Down the Heat
Go for a Run
Change your Study Schedule
Right before you study
Gather all the materials
workbooks, books, notes, etc.
Ask yourself: What exactly do I need to review for this test?
Select material for review
Allocate the time you need
Is there something(s) I need to zero in on
Cramming doesn't work


Tips While Reading
Prereading
Scan
is to read carefully but for a specific item
Having questions before you begin to read, helps extract the info you actually need
Seek Word Clues
likewise, in addition, moreover, furthermore, on the other hand, nevertheless
Now Go Back for Detail
Answer the four W's and H
Read with a Plan
1. Learn the terms that are important to understanding the concepts presented
2. Determine the structure or organization of the text. Most chapters have a pattern.
3. Skim the chapter to get a sense of the author's viewpoint
4. Do not go to the next chapter until you clearly understand --the concepts build upon each other
5. Write a summery of the concepts and theories you need to remember
Don't Study Everything
Narrow down what will be on the test
It's
rarely
everything
Make a "To Study" Sheet
On it should be: notes to recheck, topics, ideas and concepts
Test Yourself
Make your own exam--the harder you make them, the better prepared and more confident you'll be

Familiarization breeds comfort and being comfortable is key to doing well

Works Cited: Fry, Ron How to Study 7th Ed. , Course Technology Cengage Learning. 2012
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