Ways to Use Your Study Guide More Effectively
- Use it to help you develop flash cards: Your study guide may have practice questions that you can use for your flash cards. It may also identify vocabulary words and other important concepts that you need to remember.
- Use it to help you make two column notes: If you need help figuring out what you should put in the left column of your two column notes, your study guide can help you identify questions, vocabulary and key concepts that you can try to answer/define in the right column.
- Use it to help you write your Cornell notes: If you are making a set of Cornell notes to summarize what you learned in the unit, you can use your study guide to create lesson-by-lesson or topic-by-topic note sets. The guide can also help you figure out what questions and vocabulary to place in section 2 of your notes to help you study.
- Use it to help you study strategically after taking a practice test or quiz: Once you have used the test to identify areas where you need further review, turn to the corresponding section of the study guide to review that material.