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Step 3 - Compile Study Materials Quiz

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Step 3 – Compile Study Materials

“What is an example of the vocabulary word foreshadow?” This question could be a…

a. Potential question
b. Vocabulary definition
c. Flashcards question
d. Both A and C

True or False: Having all your study materials in one place helps to keep your study materials organized.

To better learn the dates on a timeline provided by her teacher, Shayla should…

a. Recreate the timeline on her own
b. Read the teachers timeline several times
c. Quiz her friends about what is on the teacher’s timeline
d. None of these

True or False: Creating a study guide “is half the studying.”

True or False: If a teacher supplies a visual aid or graphic organizer, a student should just try to memorize it, not recreate their own.

Where might Michael look to find ideas about what the teacher thinks is important information to be learned for a test?

a. Vocabulary lists and flashcards
b. His notes
c. Pretests and quizzes
d. B and C only

True or False: Rewritten notes should not be in complete sentences in order to save time.

True or False: Potential test questions should not be part of a study guide because they will always be reviewed in your study group.

The purpose of including a front page to your rewritten notes is…

a. So everyone knows whose study guide belongs to who
b. To easily identify the test topic
c. Bring meaning to the information inside of it
d. All of these

True or False: When writing potential test questions, it is very important to use vocabulary words in their correct form.

True or False: How well you organize and integrate study materials is not as important as the amount of time you spend studying.

To understand vocabulary words in context, flashcards should include…

a. The word’s part of speech
b. The sentence from the book in which the word was used
c. An example of the word
d. Two different definitions

Potential test questions should…

a. Be written by your teacher
b. Be as easy as possible
c. Be somewhat difficult
d. None of these

Creating a study guide is useful because a study guide…

a. Reinforces the information to be learned
b. Allows for efficient study time
c. Organizes the information to be learned
d. All of the above

True or False: Study guides are only useful for large, important tests.

True or False: Graphic organizers synthesize information for better understanding.

Jonathan’s World History final exam is next week and he would like to create a study guide. Most of John’s notes and vocabulary lists are on his computer, but everything else is in his notebook. How can he create a useful study guide?

a. Begin to copy the notes and vocabulary words into his notebook so all the pieces are in the same format
b. Create an electronic study guide and print out the parts he would like to carry with him
c. Not worry about creating a study guide, he has already taken notes and made a vocabulary list
d. None of these

Applying a ______________ to material within study materials will help students to recall information during a test.

a. Visual framework
b. Personal key
c. Ladder system
d. None of these

True or False: Rewritten notes are the “meat” of a study guide.

Candra has compiled her rewritten notes, vocabulary lists, potential test questions and her previous tests. Which main component to a strong study guide is she missing?

a. Class notes
b. Flashcards
c. Graphic organizers
d. None of these

True or False: Creating a front page to your rewritten notes helps to bring meaning to the information inside of it.

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