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    Studying...to each and every person, this looks different. Many students will state that they are ready for an assessment because they have "looked at their notes", but how can you be sure you are fully prepared? Please check out the following suggestion based on the subject, and keep in mind that these are only suggestions...find strategies that work for you!
     
    a Reading
    • Organize your binder and review your notes and homework. Discuss what you have reviewed!
    •  Ask your teacher for a study guide to know what skills are going to be on the test
    • Create vocabulary flashcards to prepare for types of reading skills that may appear in questions (i.e. setting, conflict, mood, etc.)
    • Rewrite your answers to RATE response questions. Show it to your teacher to review!

    Word Studya

    • Organize your binder and review your notes and homework. Discuss!
    • Use Vocabulary City to complete practice tests and practice games - record your scores to show your progress!
    • Play a home version of Sparkle!
    • Write prefixes, root words, and suffixes on separate note cards to arrange correctly. 
    • Find something creative to do with your words (i.e. write your words in shaving cream, pyramid spelling, create songs with your words, draw and color your words, etc.) Check out Mr. Dudley's Blended Schools page for 74 more ideas!
    • Spell your words and record your voice in Notability.
    • Write your words in sentences and have an adult check them for accuracy.
    • Complete the other side of your Word Study homework page for extra practice.

    a Mathematics

    • Organize your binder and review your notes and homework. Discuss!
    • Based on your math topic review game results, complete problems on the back of your homework pages (most missed on the review first to the least amount missed on the review).
    • Visit the Pearson website through Puffin to watch review videos. Write down key vocabulary!
    • Visit Blended Schools for approved math games to play - record your scores to track your progress!
    •  Make vocabulary flashcards or complete a turkey and stuffing page (Mr. Dudley original) to ensure you can identify these in questions and directions.
    • Complete a practice test that can be made up or found in your Pearson book.
    • Complete the problems on the back of your homework pages (if you did Reteach, try the Practice page).
    Social Studies/Sciencea
    • Organize your binder and review your notes and homework. Discuss!
    • Visit Blended Schools or Quizlet to review and complete practice games. Record your scores to show your progress!
    • Break apart your study guide in sections - focus on the areas your are least familiar with the most by creating flashcards, completing a turkey and stuffing page (Mr. Dudley original), etc.
    • Watch videos relevant to the content and record notes/highlight key vocabulary. 
    • See Mr. Dudley for a visual study guide
Last Modified on October 18, 2015