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Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
Ppt #1 b study skills
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Ppt #1 b study skills

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  • 1. Learning exercise • How Well Do You Follow Directions?
  • 2. CONCENTRATION: • ABILITY TO KEEP YOUR MIND COMPLETELY ON TASK • MAJOR ENEMY – DISTRACTION
  • 3. EXTERNAL DISTRACTION: • COMES FROM OUTSIDE SELF • IN PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT • LOCATE AREA FOR STUDY ASSOCIATED WITH LEARNING …
  • 4. • AWAY FROM FAMILY • HAVE ALL SUPPLIES READY • GOOD LIGHTING (TO ELIMINATE EYE STRAIN) • GOOD WRITING SURFACE • ?? BACKGROUND NOISE ??
  • 5. INTERNAL DISTRACTION: • COMES FROM INSIDE SELF • DON’T STUDY ONE SUBJECT SO LONG THAT YOU ARE BORED • TAKE A BREAK WHEN TIRED • DAYDREAMING CAN BE CREATIVE BUT…
  • 6. • MIND WONDERING ISN’T! • UNDERLINE / HIGHLIGHT / KEEP ACTIVE HELPS YOU TO GET BACK TO WORK AND KEEPS YOUR MIND FROM WONDERING
  • 7. LISTENING PASSIVE LISTENING: • RECEIVE SOUND WITH LITTLE RECOGNITION • DOODLING • STARING
  • 8. ACTIVE LISTENING: • ALWAYS THINKING • FULL ATTENTION • GOOD EYE CONTACT • LISTEN TO OTHER STUDENTS • OPEN MIND / CURIOUS…
  • 9. • HAVE ASSIGNMENTS COMPLETED AHEAD OF TIME • LISTEN FOR KEY TERMS • ASKS QUESTIONS • WELL-RESTED • SIT IN FRONT OF ROOM • SIT UP DON’T SLOUCH
  • 10. NOTE MAKING • HELPS TO REMEMBER WHAT WAS SAID • ONLY 50% OF 10 MIN. LECTURE – IMMEDIATE • 25% -- 2 DAYS LATER • HELPS TO PAY ATTENTION • CONDENSING WHAT IS SAID BY USING SHORTHAND
  • 11. OUTLINING: • USE MARGINS • AFTER CLASS RECORD KEY WORDS • BOTTOM INCH – SUMMARY MARGIN 1. 2. 3. 4. SUMMARY
  • 12. • Topic – Topic is the subject of the reading selection – Who or what is being talked about – Choose topic of following list: Pointing Inspection Rough Gestures Auscultation Smooth Nodding Palpation Leathery Shrugging Percussion Thin Waving Examination Texture
  • 13. Alcohol and other substance abuse often begins in adolescence. Mood swings typical of these years along with susceptibility to peer pressure can lead teenagers to experiment with consciousness altering substances. Health professionals watch for signs of substance abuse. Treatment is difficult requiring supportive counseling and education. 1. Substance abuse 2. Substance abuse by health professionals 3. Teenage involvement with substance abuse 4. Mood swings in teenagers
  • 14. Under the law each nurse is held accountable for his or her action. A nurse cannot evade this responsibility by explaining that a physician or nursing supervisor ordered the nurse to commit the action which impaired the client. It is expected that the nurse will use judgment to question orders that are inappropriate or likely to result in harm to the client. Accountability of Nurses for legal action
  • 15. Main Idea • Answers question ‘What is being said about topic?’ Alcohol and other substance abuse often begins in adolescence. Mood swings typical of these years along with susceptibility to peer pressure can lead teenagers to experiment with consciousness altering substances. Health professionals watch for signs of substance abuse. Treatment is difficult requiring supportive counseling and education Topic: Teenage involvement with substance abuse Main Idea: Substance abuse often begins in adolescence
  • 16. Details • Support the main idea • Elaborate on main idea • Major details support main idea • Minor details support major detail
  • 17. Alcohol and other substance abuse often begins in adolescence. Mood swings typical of these years along with susceptibility to peer pressure can lead teenagers to experiment with consciousness altering substances. Health professionals watch for signs of substance abuse. Treatment is difficult requiring supportive counseling and education Topic: Teenage involvement with substance abuse Main Idea: Substance abuse often begins in adolescence Details: Teenagers experiment (major) 1.Mood swings (minor) 2. Peer pressure (minor) Treatment difficult (major) 1. Supportive counseling (minor) 2. Education (minor)
  • 18. Summarize • Shorter version of the original • Look for main ideas • Find details • Rewrite in own words • Margin notes • Summarize in notebook
  • 19. Alcohol and other substance abuse often begins in adolescence. Mood swings typical of these years along with susceptibility to peer pressure can lead teenagers to experiment with consciousness altering substances. Health professionals watch for signs of substance abuse. Treatment is difficult requiring supportive counseling and education Topic: Teenage involvement with substance abuse Main Idea: Substance abuse often begins in adolescence Details: Teenagers experiment (major) 1.Mood swings (minor) 2. Peer pressure (minor) Treatment difficult (major) 1. Supportive counseling (minor) 2. Education (minor) Summary: Adolescents become involved in substance abuse because of mood swings and peer pressure. Treatment includes counseling and education.
  • 20. MAPPING: • IMAGES COLOR DRAWING • GRAPHIC ORGANIZATION • DRAWING PICTURES • ROAD MAPS SEE EXAMPLE…
  • 21. Peer pressure Mood swings CAUSES Adolescent Substance Abuse TREATMENT Counseling Education
  • 22. READING: • P – PREVIEW, OVERVIEW, SURVEY • Q – QUESTION - WHAT MIGHT BE THE ANSWER • R – READ ACTUALLY READ • S – STATE – WHAT IT MEANS, REPEAT IN YOUR OWN WORDS • T – TEST -- REVIEW
  • 23. STRATEGIES TO ENHANCE UNDERSTANDING IDEA SKETCHES: • NOT QUALITY BUT PROCESS NEED TO PRESENT THE SKETCH
  • 24. Digoxin
  • 25. MENTAL IMAGERY • YOU BECOME IDEA You are sugar (glucose) traveling in the blood stream in a boat named Insulin. You must have the insulin to help you to travel from the blood into the cells.
  • 26. MEMORY AIDS: • RHYMES: THIRTY DAYS HAS SEPTEMBER ……… • ACRONYMS: BOCES – BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES RACE Rescue,Alarm,Contain, Extinguish/evacuate PASS Pull,Aim,Sweep,Spray
  • 27. • LACK OF UNDERSTANDING MATERIAL IS THE MOST COMMON REASON STUDENT DOES NOT REMEMBER!
  • 28. TEST TAKINGTEST TAKING PREPARATION FOR THE TEST – • Clarify content to be covered and format of the test. Review material you have already studied. Cramming for a test may give you temporary knowledge to pass the test but storage in long term memory will not occur.
  • 29. USE TIME MANAGEMENT TO MAKE A SCHEDULE FOR STUDY TIME.
  • 30. USE A CALENDAR PLAN AHEAD
  • 31. TAKING THE TEST: • KEEP POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE • BEWARE OF NEGATIVE ATTITUDES AROUND YOU • PSYCH YOURSELF INTO DOING GOOD—DON’T LET OTHERS PSYCH YOU OUT OF DOING GOOD • DRESS FOR SUCCESS…
  • 32. • BE MENTALLY ALERT –Eat breakfast • High protein low fat and carbohydrates • FOLLOW DIRECTIONS • SCAN EXAM • AVOID WASTING TIME ON ONE QUESTION • TAKE FULL AMOUNT OF TIME ALLOWED • CHANGING ANSWERS???????
  • 33. REVIEW THE TEST: • THE WRONG ANSWERS ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE RIGHT ANSWERS • WHY ARE THE RIGHT ANSWERS RIGHT. • WHY ARE THE WRONG ANSWERS WRONG
  • 34. TYPES OF TEST MULTIPLE CHOICE: • Multiple Choice question include (1) a stem which defines the situation and ask the question, and (2) four options which are possible answers (three distracters which are incorrect answers and a key which is the correct answer)
  • 35. MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST • If 2 choices same both are wrong • “all of the above” is usually correct • Cover answers and read question getting an idea of the answer before actually looking at options • Read all answer options before making choice • Find main ideas – Who or what is question about. • Be aware of only, always, never, every------too general often means answer is incorrect
  • 36. SHORT ANSWER: • Short answer question give you a statement that requires you to (1) complete the statement with one word (2) fill in a blank or two (3) provide an answer in one or two sentences.
  • 37. MATCHING • Matching consist of a double column format -- One column presents a word or statement and a related option must be selected from the second column • Keep track of answers already used
  • 38. TRUE – FALSE • True-False is where a statement is given and only two responses (true or false) are the option for the answer. The entire statement must be correct or the statement is false. Modified true false require that the false statements be corrected so they are true.
  • 39. TEST TAKING ANXIETY • Best cure is over preparation – Keep up with assignments – Take notes – Underline – Write summary – Outline – Review – Study in groups – Take practice test • Answer questions at end of chapters
  • 40. Test Taking Anxiety • Read all directions before starting exam • Answer questions you are sure of first – Builds confidence • Return to more difficult questions later • Read carefully

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