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3.5: Lesson 3.5: Math and Science--Tips for Better Comprehension and for Studying
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How to Study Math
- Read the article How to Study Math. The article features 12 Steps in the study process, 7 Tips that include perspectives to ease common stressors along with a few memory helps and some encouragement, 4 Warnings for further advice and encouragement, and a list of things you will need.
- From all of the advice given in the article, make a list of your personal “Top Twenty Tips for Success in Math Classes”.
How to Study Science
- In a search engine such as Google, type in the key words “how to learn science words, symbols, and formulas.” Add “YouTube” if you prefer to learn from video presentations. Sample search results: “how to memorize the Periodic Table of Elements,” “how to write word equations for chemical reactions,” “word equations examples,” and so on. Scroll through a few pages of these, narrowing your search by looking for subjects you are interested in such as medicine, psychology, biology, botany, anthropology, archaeology, etc.
- From what you found, above, create a list of fiveresources. Include a very brief summary of the information presented in the resources, and how you think the resources can help you. It might help you organize your thoughts by making a chart such as this: