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I bet there is still a grammar book or a language course hidden somewhere on your book shelf that reminds you of the day when you decided to learn French or Italian or even Japanese. Well, this long-forgotten dream of yours can finally turn into reality, because let’s face it – while you can get away with speaking just your mother tongue while traveling, knowing a foreign language opens a myriad of opportunities...
Study Tips 1 Get Enough Sleep so that your brain has the opportunity to consolidate new knowledge. 2 Break Study Time Into Small Chunks Space your learning over multiple days. 3 Know Your Body Study when you are at your most alert. 4 *Turn Headings into Questions and read paragraph by paragraph for comprehension. 5 *Test Yourself Frequently when you study, so you can practice retrieving information.
www.innerdrive.co.uk What should students be thinking about the night before an exam (apart from their revision)? Are some thoughts more helpful than others? We’ve looked through the research from the world of sport to find 7 tips to help people achieve the right mindset before a big event. Positive Imagery – Visualising successful performance has been found …
This pin will be useful to students because it will help give them strategies on how to focus. Technology can be a very distracting thing. It takes a lot of self discipline that many people don't have. To have sites like this that can help people have some guidelines to avoid most distractions could be very helpful.
As an educational therapist and learning specialist, hooking is one of the most valuable memory strategies that I teach my students. In fact, tedious study sessions can be transformed into a memorable and often hilarious task. It's a wonderful strategy to teach students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities!! Come learn how you too can implement it in your classes or sessions.