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Study Smart Student Strategies Presented by Debra Bell
Become a Brainlete
Gift of Curiosity
Air & Light
Break a Sweat
Let’s Review Organize your space Set a schedule of rest & review Adopt a program of academic rigor
20 Power Tools of Learning 1.Analyze it! 2.Classify it! 3.Compare it! 4.Contrast it! 5.Connect it! 6.Define it! 7.Discuss it! 8.Elaborate it! 9. Evaluate it! 10.Exemplify it! 11.Graph it! 12.Illustrate it! 13.Investigate it! 14.Model it! 15.Name it! 16.Organize it! 17.Question it! 18.Repeat it! 19.Transform it! 20.Use it!
1. Analyze It!
8. Elaborate It!
11. Graph It!
17. Question It!
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