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How to Study! Who needs to?

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We all know someone who needs better Study Habits. Our spouses, kids, friends. The list goes on and on.There are so many different study habits and techniques. Which ones are the best? Is there a best one? I think the best study habits are the ones that work for you.. For more information, go to http://www.sitesearchlinks.com/howtostudy

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How to Study! Who needs to?

  1. 1. ***********************************************************************How to Study! Make better Grades! Check here for more info.http://www.sitesearchlinks.com/howtostudy*********************************************************************** How to Help Your Child Develop Good Study Habits Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because wehave virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are whatwe repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. -- Aristotle In order to continue the habit as long as possible, the habits should be developed in theirearliest establish to begin with. Its never too early to introduce your child to positive studyhabits, which will reward his or her endeavors throughout life. As parents, effective techniquesmust be studied in order to further the development of our children. 1. Become well established role modelsDeveloping well established study habits for a child begins with parents. Just like the old adage,"its not what you say, its what you conduct." Well established study habits should begin at avery young age; when a child is one to two years of age, he or she is ready to begin training inacquiring well established study habits. The initial lessons begin with his or her observingparents at work modeling well established study habits. 2. Install the love of studyingLet the child understand that studying is fun. Long before the child begins school, parentsshould begin to instill the love of studying. Read to the child, and ensure the house is wellstocked with books and toys that stimulate his or her imagination. The more the childscuriosity is stimulated, the more likely he or she is to be motivated to work hard and followthrough to get the answers he or she wants. 3. Galvanize the child to conduct the bestLet the child understand the satisfaction of a job well conducted by attempting ones best, andfinishing what he or she begins. Make sure the child understands that although parents like himor her to conduct well, conducting well in school is something he or she conducts primarily forhimself or herself, so the child can be proud of him or herself and gain self-confidence. 4. Demonstrate persistence to the childIn order to establish well established study habits, parents need to assist the child to bepersistent. The most important of all the habits is to be consistent in whatever he or sheconducts. Being consistent is what makes great people and great lives. 5. Teach the child the consequences of responsibilityAs students, conducting well in school is something children must conduct. Its theirresponsibility to complete studying before he or she wants to conduct something else, such as
  2. 2. playing games, watching TV. Conducting chores is also his or her responsibility as a familymember. 6. Develop the childs organizational skillsAssist the child organize things. For example, for toddlers, need to clean up toys after playingwith them. For teenagers, need to organize assignments over weeks. 7. Assist the child study to manage timeAssist him or her organize an after-school schedule for every subject on a daily basis. Thisreally assists the child be organized, be up-to-date or beyond on the school material. Establish aroutine for completing schoolwork. Agree on a set time and stick to it. Ensure the childconstructs regular study time into his or her schedule. Most tests are scheduled well in advance,and review each night will produce much better results than using last-minute studying method. Guide a teens overall time commitments, ensure to take a balance on a part-time job,extracurricular activities, socializing and household chores. Teach the teen refocus on priorities. 8. Galvanize the child readingReading to a little child makes him or her like to read when older. Make sure the child entershis or her upper-grade studies with strong reading skills. 9. Galvanize the child to ask questionsGalvanize him or her to ask questions about the surrounding world to inspire his or her curiosity,which constructs his or her inner motivation to study. 10. Assist the child be an independent thinkerParents can guide him or her to study by asking questions to make him or her think step by step. 11. Galvanize the child get preparedPreparation is a basic principle to success. Whenever conduct a thing, we need be prepared.Galvanize the child to prepare the next days class. 12. Galvanize to conduct reviewWhen studying any type of material, whether it is for an English, math or history test or anyother type of test, it is important to comprehend what have studied. By reviewing regularly,one of the most basic and crucial study habits is enforced, which is going back over what havestudied to ensure that it is understood. A studying process is actually a process of repetition. 13. Accommodate a well-established work spaceThe child should be allowed to work within the designated "study area" from distractions, his orher own desk would be recommendable. For students, after school, they need to be required tocomplete their homework within the study area. In this way, they can concentrate on studyingwith efficiency. 14. Check the childs work periodicallyAsk him or her to describe what the homework is, explain the projects requirements, and whatsneeded for completion, as well as the plans for next step. 15. Insist that careless work be recondite
  3. 3. To establish a serious study ethic is very important to a child. Assist him or her grow theattitude, which is one of the keys to success. 16. Audit the childs study habits regularlyThe best way to develop well established study habits in the child is to audit him and her; givepraise when he or she is heading in the right direction and a kind remind when he or she is not.Both show that the parents care and promote improvement. 17. Give praise whenever possibleA sincere expression of pride in the childs academic accomplishments can motivate him or hertoward making studying a habit. By gaining self-confidence, he or she will conduct better. 18. Need patienceDeveloping well established study habits in a child is a studying process, which needs time.Prepare for any setbacks. If the child is not conducting well, remind him or her, conduct notblame him or her. Give him advice and be patient to watch his or her progress. Assisting children in developing their life-long study habits requires much endeavor andinvolvement from parents-modeling, patience, and providing essential support. Everything hasto be conducted according to their ages. At all times parents should look for ways to enrich thechildrens studying experience and make it more enjoyable. The more the children enjoy school,the better their work habits are likely to be, and the more they will study, and their grades willexperience dramatic improvement. Dr. Cana Cao has passion on education. She had been teaching at a university both inChina and Japan as a professor for several years. Now she is working in California, UnitedStates. She believes that Kids Are Our Future. Dr. Cana Cao is focusing on cross-cultureparenting and education. She shares her knowledge and thoughts at parents-and-kids.com. Themotivation for her to start the website is to learn and explore some parenting and educationalissues in order to help children succeed in the global society. What are the values parentsshould teach their children? How to handle the culture difference and avoid the conflict? Howto help children to interact with and understand people who are ethnically, racially andculturally different from themselves? How to help children to build a learning environment thatencourages a global vision and moral action? How to prepare children to excel and succeed? Welcome to subscribe the free newsletter athttp://www.feedburner.com/fb/a/emailverifySubmit?feedId=2449821&loc=en_US and get theupdates from http://www.parents-and-kids.com.Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Cana_Cao***********************************************************************How to Study! Make better Grades! Check here for more info.http://www.sitesearchlinks.com/howtostudy***********************************************************************

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