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Rewriting Class Notes

 
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Study Skills Curriculum for
Upper Elementary and Middle School


- Grades 4-8
- Contains 121 activities
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The best way to be certain that your class notes are complete and accurate is to review then in the evening while the information that was covered in class is still fresh in your mind. At this time you should rewrite your notes. As you do this, correct any errors, fill in any gaps, and add additional information as appropriate. Here are some tips to consider when you rewrite your class notes.    
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Roman Numerals

 
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Study Skills Curriculum
for High School


- Grades 9-12
- Contains 113 activities
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Roman Numerals originated in ancient Rome as a simple means of counting in which certain letters were given values as numbers. The original system was modified during the Middle Ages and is still in use today. Read on to learn about the seven letters used in the system and the numbers they represent, as well as how to read and write Roman Numerals.  
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Writing an Essay Test Answer

 
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Study Skills Curriculum for
LD/Struggling Students


- Grades 6-12
- Contains 122 activities
- Online assessment
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An essay test item requires you to recall and organize information and to communicate the information in an extended writing form. Your response to an essay test item should meet the following three criteria: focused, organized, and supported. Read on to learn how to meet these criteria as well as tips that will help you write your best response to an essay test item.  
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