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Math is taught in a very specific sequence. If you miss one or more classes, be sure to ask your teacher or other students for help with what you missed. Otherwise, it will be hard for you to catch up.

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Writing a Book Report

A book report should contain a factual summary of the book along with your reactions to the book. Your teacher may have specific requirements about what you must include in a book report. Your teacher may even provide you with a specific form to use. In any event, here is what a good book report should contain.  
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Impressing Your Teacher

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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Free teaching tip Math is a difficult subject for many students as exemplified by the term "math anxiety". This is a little surprising since math is a highly logical and sequential subject. You can help your students succeed and reduce their anxiety by adhering to the ... Another free teaching tip When a baseball team is going through a rough stretch, the manager will often call a team meeting to address a problem. As the manager of your class, you can call a class meeting to address a problem. Here are some guidelines for a class meeting. ...
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Free Study Tip When I learn something new, I go over the points on the same day. I especially focus on one subject each day. This helps me to remember my lessons and has helped me to get good marks in 10th.
submitted by Reenu Thomas
Student, college
Mumbai, India
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Another free Study Tip Try to apply things you are studying in a practical way.
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Longowal, India
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors This is something that helped me do well in college. Whenever I had to read a chapter in a textbook, I first thought about what I knew about the topic. Then I could connect the new information in the chapter to what I already knew.
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