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Taking Notes in Class

   
Taking good notes is a three-stage process in which you should get ready to take notes before class, take notes during class, and rewrite your notes after class. Read on to learn about these three stages and what you should do in each stage.    
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Writing Terms

   
In your language arts and English classes, you will encounter many specific terms that relate to writing. Knowing the meanings of these terms will make you a more effective reader and writer, and will help you in these classes. Here are 20 important writing terms whose meanings you should know.  
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Loci Strategy

   
The loci strategy for remembering information is based on your familiarity with a place, such as your home. The strategy helps you remember lists of items through organization, visualization, and association. Read on to learn about each of the steps in the loci strategy.  
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Free teaching tip The "broken record" technique is a simple yet effective classroom management technique you can use with students at any level. All you have to do is assertively, yet calmly, repeat a ... Another free teaching tip Students with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) spend much of their school day in regular classes. The Language Experience Approach is an effective approach to use with LEP students. Follow these steps to implement the Language Experience Approach. ...  
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Free Study Tip By writing down what we have studied on a sheet of paper, we can remember what we have studied that day
 
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Student, b.tech 2nd year
Hyderabad, India
 
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Another free Study Tip Keep a strong goal in mind which can inspire you to study. This should be your future goal or anything that drives you to study hard. A strong willpower with a positive approach will take you forward to your goal.
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Student, III
Bangalore, India
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors If you can't study in a silence mode, you can always select a slow music mode in the background while studying for mind relaxation. Don't give up when you come across tough questions. Keep trying.
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Student, A Levels
Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
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