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Impressing Your Teacher

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Study Skills Curriculum for
Upper Elementary and Middle School

- Grades 4-8
- Contains 121 activities
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It is a fact of school life that your final grades are assigned by your teachers. Teachers base your grades on performance measures such as homework completion, test scores, written papers, and oral presentations. They also take into account their impression of you as a student. Here are 25 things you can do to create a favorable impression with your teacher. Come to class prepared for that day's lesson.    
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Study Skills Curriculum
for High School

- Grades 9-12
- Contains 113 activities
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It is important to take written notes in class. Taking notes requires you to focus on what your teacher is saying. Further, your notes will contain important information that may not be in your textbooks. Good notes will help you prepare for tests. Here are some tips that will help you take good notes.  
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Transition to College

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Study Skills Curriculum for
LD/Struggling Students

- Grades 6-12
- Contains 122 activities
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There are many differences between high school and college. Here are some of the important differences between high school and college that can make a successful transition difficult. For each, you will find suggestions to help you successfully handle the difference.  
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Free teaching tip As high school students work through their various classes, they will have many assignments and tests and will accumulate a lot of papers. Being organized becomes very important. Here is an organizational system that your students can easily use. ... Another free teaching tip Like any profession, teaching has its share of joys and frustrations. Here are some of the frustrating realities all teachers face.  Don`t let them ...
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Free Study Tip Writing something 2 times is equal to reading it 10 times. So students of today, please be sure to write to come up in your life.
submitted by Sashwin Ashwin
Student, High School
Bangaloru, Yukon Territory, India
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Dr. Charles T. Mangrum and Dr. Stephen S. Strichart are two former university professors who formed Mangrum-Strichart Learning Resources in 1997. The study skills curriculums & instructional programs they have developed for students from elementary school through college are used in schools, tutoring centers, and homeschooling throughout the United States, Canada, and many other parts of the world.

Dr. Mangrum and Dr. Strichart have authored textbooks and curriculum materials for many major publishers. They have published numerous articles and research studies in professional journals, and have made major presentations at state, national, and international conferences.

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Another free Study Tip I have found that if I study late at night, then when I get up early in the morning, I then remember what I studied at night.
  submitted by Anuradha Dabade
Student, 12th
Vaduj, India
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Whenever I have many things to do, I classify them under the headings Important and Urgent, Not Important or Urgent, Important but Not Urgent, and Not Important and Not Urgent.
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Student, 6th grade
Singapore, Singapore
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