Taking a Test? Take a Breath Assignment

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Name: Aliyah Cotton |Date: 10/14/14 | |Graded Assignment Taking a Test? Take a Breath Over the next few days, you will be developing a plan to prepare for an upcoming test. You will use the information you’ve learned about learning preferences, learning environments, effective work habits, memorization strategies, and coping with test anxiety. Check online for the due date of your assignment. Turn the assignment in by the due date to receive full credit. Your project will be evaluated against a grading rubric. A copy of the rubric is included in the lesson. Read over the rubric before you submit your final draft to your teacher. The Taking a Test? Take a Breath assignment is worth 20 points. Be sure to contact your teacher if you have any questions about revising your project. Your teacher is there to help you. Project Instructions 1. Gather the following materials: • The results of your learning preferences assessment • The Design Time: Your Space project • Study notes about work habits and distractions, memorization strategies, and coping skills 2. Decide on a format for your study plan. You can use note cards, write an outline, or create some other format that works for you. 3. Answer the questions listed below under each of the four category headings to help you get started. As you work through your draft plan, leave space so you can return later to add more details. 4. Last, pick one of your course subjects and create a mock-up review schedule for a unit test. Estimate how many hours you will need to review for a test and block out units of time in your weekly schedule. Your plan should include daily and weekly reviews. Remember, your review schedule will vary from test to test, what’s important is that you learn to budget your time. Questions to Consider Learning Preferences • What did

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