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When you come across a word while reading whose meaning you do not know, check the next sentence. The writer might have included a definition of the word there.

 
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RQWQCQ is a strategy that will help you solve math word problems. Each of the letters stands for a step in the strategy: r ead the entire problem to learn what it is about, find the q uestion to be answered, w rite the facts needed to answer the question, decide on the computations needed to answer the q uestion, set up the problem on paper and do the c omputations, and q uestion whether your answer is possible?  
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SQRW is a four-step strategy for reading and taking notes from chapters in a textbook. Each letter stands for one step in the strategy. The letter 'S' stands for survey. To survey a chapter, read the title, introduction, headings, and the summary or conclusion.
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Free teaching tip One of the keys to establishing a well-managed classroom is to have your students respect you. Having students follow your rules and instructions because they respect you is far more effective than ... Another free teaching tip There is no question that homework is important. Good homework assignments provide synthesis of skills and concepts learned in class as well as practice. Homework doesn't have to be dull. Here are some ideas for interesting homework assignments. ...
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Free Study Tip Good notes equals easier studying. Not sure how to take notes? Start by writing down facts that your teacher mentions or writes on the board during class. Try your best to use good handwriting so you can read your notes later. It's also a good idea to keep your notes, quizzes, and papers organized by subject.
 
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Another free Study Tip Studying well before exams is the best way to be prepared. You can make it easier by preparing a dedicated study area, breaking studying into manageable steps, revising what you've already studied, and managing expectations and pressure.
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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors It is difficult for me to remember the lessons from teachers. So I need to note down the lessons. Then I study at home after I come back from school, and I read my notes twice. After that I write down what I remember. Try it everyday so your brain can become accustomed.
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