How can I study?
Students: Please remember, cramming the night before an assessment is not the best way to study! Research shows that reviewing your material for 5-15 minutes a night is the best way to prepare for an assessment! Most importantly, you will be less stressed, and will feel confident on assessment day!
Below is a list of study techniques you can use to get ready for the big day!
- Review interactive notebooks
- Practice with your study guide
- Have your parents create a practice test
- Teach the material to your parents/siblings/friends/pets!
- Review your quizzes
- Create an informational poster or PowerPoint
- Create a practice test or quiz for a friend, and check their work!
- Create a board game
- Re-watch Study Jams and Brain Pops we viewed during the unit
- Go back and practice the IXL skills that were done for homework, and try to earn a higher score!
- Read the chapters in our textbook for review
- Create an Educreations video on your iPad or other device to teach a concept
- Study your vocab in different ways - flashcards, memory game, etc. There are lots of flashcard apps that take your vocabulary and make games with them!
- Check our any of the posted resources on the Weebly
- Create flashcards to carry around with you so you can study when you're not at home