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Test Taking Setting Goals Time Management Organize Ask Questions Note Taking
The questions on a test are based on this. A 100
What is the current Chapter or Unit ? A 100
These are items a student should use to study for a test. A 200
What are current homework, worksheets, handouts, notes and quizzes? A 200
This is the amount of time a student should study before taking a break. A 300
What is 30 minutes? A 300
These questions and answers can help a student prepare for an exam. A 400
What are Chapter Review Sheets and Quizzes? A 400
As the chapter starts to end a student should prepare for a test by creating this. A 500
What is a Schedule or Study Plan of Action? A 500
This is something that is important to you. B 100
What is a Priority? B 100
This strategy allows a student to be successful in school and have fun outside of school. B 200
What is Balance? B 200
This is a skill used to fit it all in. B 300
What is Time Management? B 300
These are steps taken to achieve the things important to you. B 400
What are Actions? B 400
This is the end results of accomplished priorities. B 500
What are Goals? B 500
This breaks your day down into smaller pieces. C 100
What is a Schedule? C 100
This tool should be used in class everyday to keep track of important due C 200
What is your Agenda or Planner? C 200
This should be kept inside your Agenda rings. C 300
What is a pen? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
This is a place a student can go to locate assignments and due dates? C 400
What are Teachers Notes? C 400
These are used in your agenda to let you know you have completed your assignments. C 500
What are highlighters? C 500
This item keeps your papers all organized in one place. D 100
What is a single subject binder? D 100
These should be used in a binder to keep papers in sections. D 200
What are labeled dividers? D 200
This section should be placed in the front of a binder and checked at the end of each day. D 300
What is a Homework Section? D 300
This is the common cause of dis-organization. D 400
What is clutter? D 400
These are the 3 important steps to keep a space organized. D 500
What are: 1.Remove the stuff you dont need. 2.Group similar items together. 3.Find a place for everything. D 500
This is something everyone does everyday to learn new information. E 100
What is ask questions? E 100
This is the best area for a student to sit in class. E 200
What is the T Zone or front and middle rows? E 200
This is the reason teachers ask questions in class. E 300
What is to make sure students understand the information given? E 300
By asking or answer questions this part of your grade improves. E 400
What is your class participation grade? E 400
These are the important to review when you study for a test. E 500
What are Review Questions in the Textbook? E 500
To take notes a student needs these three things. F 100
What are a Notebook, a Pen and a Highlighter? F 100
This is the first thing to be written at the top of your paper. F 200
What is the date? F 200
This should be written under the date on every paper. F 300
What is the Chapter Title, Number and Section? F 300
Note taking paper should be folded into these two sections. F 400
What are 1/3 left for Summary Questions and 2/3 right for Taking Notes? F 400
This is the reason it is important to write down questions in your notes during class. F 500
What is to help you study as you learn the information? F 500
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