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Jose. A
                    12PBA202
(JIM) St. Joseph’s Institute of
                Management

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Study Skills
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Study – Meaning
 Learn new information, formulate it into knowledge
  and apply ...

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Habits for Good Study


•   Time Management
•   Self-discipline and Self Discovery
•   Concentration and Memorization
•   ...

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  1. 1. Jose. A 12PBA202 (JIM) St. Joseph’s Institute of Management
  2. 2. Study Skills  Study – Meaning  Learn new information, formulate it into knowledge and apply it in order to develop new skills.  Study Skills – Meaning  Study Skills are the strategies used to improve the learning ability. It helps in enhancing the potential of a person by improving his ability to read. Study Skills are essential to select and organize information when overwhelmed with various information
  3. 3. Habits for Good Study • Time Management • Self-discipline and Self Discovery • Concentration and Memorization • Organization
  4. 4. • Study Skills involve research and assimilation of information. It is used to make research on a topic by gathering and organizing information. Reading can be of any form such as an oral presentation, graphs, maps, tables, or diagrams, a poster, a model, or a design etc.
  5. 5. Way of studying  Everyone studies in a different way.  One person may be comfortable with a technique but another person may not feel comfortable with same technique.  He may prefer to be comfortable with another technique.  Everyone has to choose his method of studies.
  6. 6. ELEMENTS OF LEARNING  Knowing  Comprehending  Applying  Analyzing  Synthesizing  Evaluating
  7. 7. Characteristics of Critical Readers • They will be clear with the purpose of study • They resist manipulation • They seek for more clarity and avoid confusion • They frame questions on all dimensions • They conceptualize with their own words • They relate the concepts with other ideas • They are intellectually independent
  8. 8. FIVE STEP STRATEGY TO STUDY  SQ3R is a five step strategy that can be used while reading any text. SQ3R stands for a step constituting the strategy. Reading and recording helps to get a clear understanding of the text and also to grasp the message of the text. These five steps in the strategy when followed sequentially will help to satisfy the true purpose of reading. SQ3R Stands for  S-SURVEY  Q-QUESTION  R-READ  R-RECALL/RECITE/WRITE  R-REVIEW
  9. 9.  SURVEY Surveying is the first and foremost step in this strategy. It is done before reading the entire text. It helps to get an overall idea about the topic. It also includes the pictorial part of the text, tabular representations, statistical or graphical representation of data if any or captions that are highlighted.
  10. 10.  Question Form questions using why, how, what, when, where, who under heading. It is a thinking skills. Headings tries to speak about many issues, form questions for each issue and this will develop the eagerness to get the answer for all the questions.
  11. 11. READ Read the entire text given under each heading. Be clear with the purpose of study. Get the main idea from each paragraph and extract the important details related to the main idea. If not clear with any sentence, read it twice or thrice slowly to understand it.
  12. 12. Styles of Reading • Study Reading It is used when the material is difficult and is of higher level of comprehension. It is essential to read word by word to have more understanding and to have better clarity. • Browsing Looking the structure of the text, proportion of diagrams and the locating the summery and conclusion part.
  13. 13. • Skimming It is used when it is enough to get an overall idea about the topic. This includes only the major information in each paragraph and leaves the other supportive and explanatory part. • Scanning It is used when it is required to locate a piece of information that you already knew from the text. The information can be a number or a word or any specific fact.
  14. 14. MARK & UNDERLINE THE TEXT  Number the important ideas in margin  Underline or highlight the main topic related to your study  Underline the unknown vocabulary or new phrases that you have come across  Use market to highlight the major information leaving the supporting information
  15. 15. KWL CHART It is used while reading any text. This chart consists of three columns. BEFORE READING THE TEXT FIRST COLUMN What already know about the topic?  Read the title of the topic, make sure whether have heard of the topic and are familiar about it.  Then recall the information that have already gathered about the title.
  16. 16. SECOND COLUMN What want to knew about the topic?  Write the areas that you are eager to know in the second column in the question format. Write the questions that would have aroused previously when you became familiar about the topic.
  17. 17. AFTER READING THE TEXT THIRD COLUMN What learned from the text?  Answers for the questions will be in the second column one by one.  Check whether all questions are answered.  It is helps to check whether now familiar about the various aspects of the topic and also to know that extent learnt from the text.  This column can also include extra information that gathered while reading apart from the answers for the framed questions.
  18. 18. K- What you already KNOW about the topic W- What you WANT to know about the topic L- What you learned about the topic K W L
  19. 19. Note taking is a practice of recording the information gathered from any source. It is when you write whatever hear or read. This id done when the subject is new to you and hard to follow and understand. It can be an oral an oral lecture, visuals, presentations, books and written manuals. Note taking
  20. 20. TYEPES OF NOTE TAKING: Linear Note taking Note Taking Non Linear Note taking
  21. 21. RECITE/WRITE/RECALL o Recall the content you have read. o Recall the main headings and the basic concepts. o Recall the graphs or any kind of diagrammatic presentations.
  22. 22. METHODS TO FROM ABBREVATIONS  Write the first few letters of the longer words. E.G Word Abbreviation Different Diff  Write the word leaving the vowels E.G Word Abbreviation Quality Qlty  Write the first and last letter o the word E.G Word Abbreviation Highty Ht
  23. 23. USING FLASH CARDS: 1) Make flash cards 2) Write the information on the card 3) Make flash cards attractive 4) Review the cards STRATEGIES TO REMEMBER INFORMATION:
  24. 24. USING PEG WORDS: NUMBER WORD PEG WORD THINGS TO MENTAL IMAGE REMEMBER One Gun Motivated interest A person’s motivated interest is to shoot birds. Two Shoe Selectivity A person is very selective in shoes . Three Free Oscillation Imagine a pendulum freely hanging and moving to and fro
  25. 25. SMART STUDY STRATEGY  Word smart  Number smart  Picture smart  Body smart  Music smart  People smart  Self smart
  26. 26. A STUDY SYSTEM ASPIRE A: Approach/attitude/arrange: o Study with a positive attitude. o You are going to learn something new. o This will help to clarify your doubts. S: Select/survey/scan: o Select the material you want to real o Survey it to get an overall idea o Scan them to extract the information
  27. 27. P: Piece together the arts: Piece together all the information I: Investigate/inquire/insect: Investigate other sources of information Inquire with experts to get more clarity. Inspect the ideas you understood
  28. 28. R: Reexamine/reflect/relay: o Reexamine whether you are clear o Reflect it by applying in practical situations o Relay: make sure whether you are able to explain it to others Evaluate/examine/explore: o Evaluate your results o Examine whether there is progress in your performance. o Explore what must be done to improve yourself further.
  29. 29. ASPECTS TO CONSIDER  Time of the day  Grouping  Posture  Temperature  Sound
  30. 30. EXERCISE Checklist to make effective study Yes No I. There is no distractions like TV, phone etc II. There is rare interruptions by people III. It's a quiet location IV. I rarely interact with people when I study here V. I have all facilities like furniture and lighting VI. All items in this location are related to my work VII. The temperature and air circulation is conducive for studying
  31. 31. viii.I have books and internet facilities for reference. ix. I follow my schedule x. I approach my studying with a positive attitude.

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