Studying without a plan and without organization is like trying to eat a pizza that’s not cut. It’s overwhelming! Where do you start? It’s hard to know. Organization and study skills give your child the ability to break her studies down into small manageable steps just like a pizza cutter allows her to cut a pizza into smaller easier to handle pieces. Good study skills involve:
- Teacher-Pleasing Skills
- Having the right supplies at the right time
- Using a Student Planner
- Maintaining a good study environment
- Maintaining a homework routine
- Knowing how to read textbooks for the most important information
- Taking notes
- Studying for tests
- Knowing how to answer different types of test questions: True-False, Multiple Choice, Essay
- Completing projects
- Improving writing skills
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