Try to read the lesson carefully and highlight the important information that the teacher will explain. Collect the questions that you need to ask, so you can ask the teacher during the class. Also, take good notes during the class or lectures you may need to take detailed notes and review them briefly before the next class. In conclusion, paying attention in class is very important to be successful on a test in class. The second step is to take courses in order to be successful at standardized tests and to be prepared for them.
It will be assumed that you have read the text and have some introductory knowledge of the work to be covered each lesson; failure to do so may affect your progress in class. Your teacher will then teach you the concepts and show you how to do the examples in the workbook thus ensuring you have exemplars when completing additional questions from the workbook and texts. Your teacher also has all the worked answers to the additional questions in this workbook and you must check your answers when you
An example for setting a goal would be if Gabrielle has a math test coming up and she wants to make a good grade on it, she would have to know what she has to study for. When she finds out what to study, she will then have to make up a study method, such as using index cards. People trying to achieve success in getting a college degree must be focused while going through the process. They must make sure they know exactly what they want to do with their degree so they know which degree to work for. They have to know if their getting the right degree for any future jobs that they may want.
Number four was to restate the historical background. Number five was to choose the document you will use in your essay and number six was to write your essay. I thought that these were very good rules for the students to follow and will be very helpful when they take the state test. The next lesson was the social studies lesson. Mrs. Boyhan told the students to take out their Buckle Down Social Studies books.
Overall, chapter eight addressed the reasons why geometry is a crucial subject in any math classroom and, in addition, provided future teachers with a functional list of activities by means of which to teach geometry. **Author’s note: There are many ideas introduced throughout this chapter; however, I will be addressing only the few which I found most interesting/applicable. One of the first concepts introduced in this chapter is that of spatial sense. Van de Walle and Lovin define spatial sense as “…an intuition about shapes and the relationships among shapes” (page 205). Growing up, math teachers always seemed surprised when I showed competence manipulating objects and shapes.
Powers began by mentioning a proposed design model for the course after he viewed the professor’s syllabus, which was in the format of a learning portfolio. The first session consisted of discussion and observation between the two in order to create a more effective tutorial model. The second priority was to implement a calendar into the syllabus thus making it easier for students to maintain submission dates and to see how and where certain general course objectives would be met. The second to last task was creating an easy to navigate website used for material transferring purposes. The final step was focused on finding the best way to assess the professor’s students on their fulfillment of course objectives.
I will also get family or friend's to help me motivate me to work on my assignment/s. During this I may need the following resources like, text books which contain answers which I can use to help me work on my essay/s. I may also need, notes which I made in class, computer to use to research from and a one to one tutor to help me guide me to make a timetable to organise how and when I can do my work during the week. I think I might achieve this goal by 28/11/12. I will review this goal by making sure that I am not stressing out on the deadline day or on the week of the deadline day.
Read the Case “Rent-Way Slides Away” found in Chapter 6 and answer questions 1, 2 and 4. Make certain you thoroughly explain your reasoning and support your claims with facts from the case. Number your answers. You will either submit your assignment as a Microsoft Word document or attach the file below using the "Add Attachments" button, or you will use the text box available for the assignment. Your instructor will provide guidelines regarding which of these options he/she prefers.
If you are reading for a class assignment retention is a necessity. It will help you in your class seminars, discussion boards, projects and exams. III. Formulate a plan A. If you only need basic understanding of what you have read you can: 1) Skim the reading material 2) Highlight the points you think are important 3) Take notes B.
Wk. 4, Asg. 1: Test Taking and Academic Integrity Identified test-taking strategies: Presented in assigned reading Strategies for Success chapter on “Access” we were introduced to five different strategies for test taking: Matching, True-False, Multiple-choice, Short answer, and Essay (Sherfield, Montgomery & Moody, 2007, p. 208). After assessing the differences between common test taking questions, I found that multiple-choice and essay strategies could be beneficial to me as a law student. As a law student applying critical thinking with the strategies for multiple-choice such as identifying extreme modifiers and inclusive or long answers are usually the correct ones (Sherfield, Montgomery & Moody, 2007, p. 211) ultimately will assist me in research for my future cases as a legal professional.