Good Studying Habits
|Highlighting keywords that she needs to learn and writing down its meaning.|
|An example of her making her own notes on the textbook.|
- Visual Learners: Mindmap ( draw/use different colours/shapes) *Natalie is a more linguistic learner and hence, I have not yet done any mind-mapping with her.
- Linguistic Learners: Notes ( point form/ paragraphs)
|An example of notes for Mathematics Model drawing. I'm keeping the example question real simple so that she can concentrate purely on the concept.|
- Verbal – Linguistic Learners: Read aloud.
- Mandarin - "Ting xie" will be given for all key phrases and new words for all the chapters. By writing all the key phrases and new words out for each chapter, she is in fact consolidating her learning. This becomes her consolidated revision list. However, it is made clear to her that at the learning stage, she shouldn't be afraid to make errors because this is the part where she should be learning.
|It is obvious that during her first attempt at the paper, she completed the paper too fast and hence, she can learn to slow down.|
Repetition helps one to transfer the information from our short term memory to our long term memory. Moreover, repetition can deepen understanding. Hence, reviewing the information regularly is equally important.
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