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This article from scholarsband reviews team has discussed very useful five important techniques for students that will help them getting good grades. Lets check out these techniques.
When you start studying, the ideal is to take a reading that allows you to know, in general terms, what you are going to study. Here are some characteristics and recommendations about this reading:
•To begin, we can help ourselves from the structure of the book itself and from what is indicated in bold in the text.
•Look at each section and subsection, to quickly go through the content.
•Go over the review aloud, but we must try not to stop to read to understand.
•When we finish reading, we should know in general terms what the topic is about, even if we do not fully understand some concepts.
•This reading supposes our warm-up for the beginning of the study. It helps us begin to focus little by little, without demanding too much of ourselves.
After warming up, it's time to take action. Now we will do a deeper reading than the previous one, where we try to understand the text . Thus, the content begins to be internalized. By understanding the text instead of learning it by heart, learning will be much more meaningful.
•Slowly and calmly reading each section of the topic. Identifying the key points and trying to understand what we read.
•After reading a section we can explain aloud the key points of it.
•A good trick is to try to explain it to other people . In this way we will know that we have truly understood it. Your son can tell you.
•Does the book raise questions? Think about whether you would know how to answer them or whether to answer them out loud.
•We are going to elaborate the ideas or concepts of the topic. Perhaps the previous section is necessary because it explains something we need to know to study this one. This way you will understand the matter more clearly.
•If something is not understood, it is vital that you search for videos or more information to help you understand it better.
We already understand the topic, we not only know what it is about, but we are also able to explain it and answer questions. Furthermore, we understand the order of the topic and its structure.
Now, we will have clear the keys of each subject, although probably during the classes the teacher has helped us to identify them. Perhaps in class we have already underlined the book, but it is essential that we do it again to refresh those key concepts .
•We read each section understanding it and identify the key ideas it has. Each paragraph may have its own key idea, or some paragraphs may be reinforcements to explain that idea.
•We underline the key ideas that we are finding and that are fundamental to understanding the topic we are talking about. They are important ideas. Those with which the subject could not occur.
•To know if we are doing it well, we can write on a sheet of paper what we have underlined and see if it would make sense by itself.
•Can we answer the questions on that page (if you have them) with that underline?
Thanks to the underline:
•We will understand the text better
•We will know where to fix our attention
•We will have re-analyzed all the content, which will help us to refresh what we had already learned with the comprehensive reading.
We already have the key ideas in the text clear and have underlined them.
To facilitate learning, we can try to make an outline that allows us to capture the structure of the content at a glance and that helps to remember the key ideas . This will make us order the content in our heads and we can work better with it.
It is a graph in which we put the key concepts of the subject and organize them hierarchically.
There are different types of scheme:
And they can be done vertically or horizontally.
•Before making the outline, make sure you are clear about the organization of the content.
•Make colorful diagrams , this way we will memorize better. Each color can be chosen depending on the hierarchy of the concept, for example.
•When you finish the outline, you can take it with you to review or hang it in your room to review the content more clearly every day, or both!
The outline allows us to see the keys of the text at a glance, but to know if we have understood it well and to know how to express those ideas, the ideal is to create summaries of the topic.
•Go step by step remembering or reviewing each part of the topic.
•You would have already identified the key ideas, now, it is about explaining each of them in a text.
•You can help you with the scheme to make the summary. You can first summarize the outline and then enter point by point.
•Use colors to help you identify which point each paragraph is from or to help you see key ideas in the summary.
•Take care that the summaries are not too long .
•Use your own language . It is your way of explaining topics and will help you internalize it.
•We made a quick reading to know what we are going to study in general terms.
•We reread the text trying to understand what we read.
•We underline the key ideas of the topic.
•We make an outline with the key ideas.
•We summarize the topic in our own words.
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