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Study Skills By: Aaliyah Gangat & Maliha Patel

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on 21 January 2015

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Transcript of Study Skills By: Aaliyah Gangat & Maliha Patel

Study Skills
So Far...

Organisation is to be organised. To become organised is to prepare yourself for something before time or before it is late. If a person is organised they would have less stress on themselves and wouldn't get into any trouble. They would also have everything they need. Therefore, to be organised is important.
Mind Maps:
Mind maps are also known as: Spider diagrams, spray diagrams, mind mapping and concept mapping. Mind Mapping is a useful technique that helps you learn more affectively, improves the way you record information.
School Books
Correct School Uniform
This is a mind map
showing some things
that you need before
going to school.
a mind map can contain
the following things:
Images, sub topic
and the subject.

Learning Styles
There are 3 learning
styles which are:
Visual, Auditory and

If you use a visual style,
you prefer using images,
pictures,colours and
maps to organise information.

If you are an auditory learner, you learn by hearing and listening. You understand and remember things you have heard. You store information by the way it sounds, and you have an easier time understanding spoken instructions than written ones.

If you are a tactile learner, you learn by touching and doing. You understand and remember things through physical movement. You are a "hands-on" learner who prefers to touch, move, build, or draw what you learn, and you tend to learn better when some type of physical activity is involved. You need to be active and take frequent breaks, you often speak with your hands and with gestures

The Brain...
The base of the brain is important because it keeps you alive and controls things like your body temperature and heart beat. The wrinkly outer bits are which make us intelligent processing all our sensations, calculation, memories e.t.c.

Parts of the brain...
Cerebrum-This is the outer layers of the brain and the most largest part of the brain. it has many parts called lobes which all have different jobs.

Frontal lobe-This lobe is responsible for movement, planning, emotions e.t.c.

Parietal lobe-This lobe is responsible for sense of touch, understanding, drawing e.t.c.

Occipital lobe-This lobe is responsible for vision.

Temporal lobes-This lobe is responsible for hearing, memory, behavior e.t.c.

Brain stem-This is the lowest part of the brain which connects to the brain to the spinal cord.

Cerebellum-This is behind the brain stem and below the occipital lobe. It controls balance.

Aaliyah Gangat
Maliha Patel

Deciding Your Study Needs
when revising
Where do you like studying?

Here are some questions to consider when thinking about what kind of a place you like to study or revise:

Do you need silence or background noise?
Do you study best sitting or lying down?
Do you study best alone, with a person or in a group?
Do you prefer studying indoors or outdoors?

What have you learned?
1) Why is the base of the brain important?
2) Explain any 3 lobes of the brain
3) What is organisation?
4) What is mind map also known as?
5) What can a mind map contain?
6) What are the learning styles?

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