questions of "Who?", "What?", "Where?", "Why?" and "When?" Identify the main theme or learning point of the particular text.
R = ReadNowread the chapter carefully, with these questions in mind. Your mind will be actively looking for answers as you read. Work with a pen and paper, make brief...
answer but that the time had not yet come for me to know the answer. Why do I rate the Prashna Kandam as a mind-boggling matter? Because it is natural for anyone to answer a question when asked. But here in the case of the Naadi the answer is already recorded. How could anyone imagine as to what...
1. Not very successful although the learner uses correct grammar, the speaker doesnt know what the
2. Successful the grammar is not correct, but the message is clear.
3. Successful the same as 2.
4. Not very successful the answer is ambiguous...
a. Teacher instructs “Read the text on Page 4 and answerquestion1, 2, and 3”.
b. Learners read and answer the questions.
c. Teacher instructs “Compare your answers with the person next to you.”
d. Learners compare answers.
e. Teacher instructs “Write a short...
apparent truths instead of active pursuers of knowledge. That's unacceptable; after all, don't "inquiringmindswant to know"? So while personal experience, intuition, authority, appeals to tradition, custom, and faith, and magic, superstition, and mysticism may be good starting points for the...
Read the essay by Kate that follows (you can download a copy from the
Good Study Guide website at www.goodstudyguide.co.uk, if you want to
write on it). Then answer these questions:
1 Is Kate’s essay stronger or weaker than Lewis’s or Erin’s?
2 Do you think that Kate...
use what you already know to arrive at the answers to the questions about what you don’t know.
HOW TO STUDY
Choose one paragraph from a book you are studying now. Write down the following in your notebook, or record it onto your audiotape: • • • • • Identify what you know for sure by...
emotion that you know the reader experiences.
EIGHT SURE-FIRE HEADLINES
1) Ask a Question. "Are you worried about becoming fat and flabby?" A question headline forces the reader to answer in his mind. You mechanically get the reader involved in your message. 2) Begin your headline with How To...
- understanding the answers can help you to structure the information in your own mind.
READ: Nowread the document. Read through useful sections in detail, taking care to understand all the points that are relevant. In the case of some texts this reading may be very slow. This will particularly be the...
High School. (During introductions)
8 I am busy now. Don’t disturb me now.
(When a stranger makes an inquiry at a new workplace.)
9 Yes, this is my first visit. Have you visited here before?
10 I’ve come to meet Mr. Ashok.
(Inquiring about a person...
include complicated language ‘I wonder if you’d mind just’ is difficult and longwinded. The teacher needs to simplify the language: Readquestion 4 and answer it or maybe even
3. Too many instructions are given at one time. The instructions would be more effective if they were...
, to speculate, to ask questions. And by asking questions, we strike the first spark igniting a chain reaction that leads to the research process. An inquisitive mind is the beginning of research; as one popular tabloid puts it, “Inquiringmindswant to know!” Look around you. Consider the unresolved...
quantitative, ambiguous and precise. To ace them and to ace any case thrown your way, here are the 5 casestudy principles that you must know: Structure is everything, in any and all answers. Use signaling phrases such as “The 3 areas I’d want to investigate” or “The 4 explanations that come to mind...
the pesticide affects a bee’s nervous system, I’ll immediately know that I can find that detail in paragraph 2. I won’t have any idea how to answer the question yet; I’ll have to read that detail now to see whether I can figure it out.
Note: did you hit a word you don’t know? Skip it. Is some...
audience from time to time. - Stay within the allotted presentation time. When you are answering questions, - Remain friendly, cool-headed and confident. - Answer only the questions asked and do so as succinctly and clearly as possible. - Remember that you do not always have to know everything. You...
Study Guide to accompany Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding, 2nd Edition
AFTER YOU READ . . . PRACTICE TEST ANSWER KEYS
Practice Test 1. Practice Test 2.
1. c (p. 4) 2. a (p. 6) 3. b (p. 7) 4. b (p. 8) 5. d (p. 11) 6. b (p. 11) 7. c (p. 13) 8. d (p. 14) 9. a (p. 15) 10. a...
3. Read the instructions
Make sure that you read the instructions carefully: know from the start how many questions you're supposed to answer and how long your answers are expected to be. For standardized tests such as the SAT or the ACT, make sure that you visit the test websites well...
subject and direction words. (Don’t worry if you don’t know the answers to these questions.) Check your response against the answer key at the back of the book.
Getting Started LESSON 1
BETTER WRITING RIGHT NOW!
1. Identify the vectors involved in the transmission of rabies from dogs to...
the book I was previewing, especially in cases where the index was not as comprehensive as it is in this book. 2. Transferring learning strengths into university study – Learning Skills Exercise 2. Activity 1 – I was recently asked, as a Victorian financial counsellor, to review...
WORDS Also, look at the note It tells you that X means there is no in- formation given for this box, so you know that you will not hear what problems Olaf has with lectures
step 2—read the questions and study how you have to
What you can...