Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Tips for studying for tomorrow's quiz

Here are some suggestions for students as they study for tests:
·         Review your notes.  Write summaries of the big ideas from each day’s notes.
·         Memorize lyrics from Mr. Toomajian’s pop songs to remember important facts.
·        Visit regentsprep.org, go to U.S. History, click on Multiple Choice Questions, and answer the questions related to the "Progressive Movement."
·         Complete your VocabBank (vocabulary review sheet) and use it to quiz yourself.
·         Talk to your classmates about the material.  Teach and learn from each other.
·         Visit hiphughes.blogspot.com, scroll down and click on “SchoolTube Lectures,” click on the link for U.S. History videos, and watch lectures related to the topics on the test.
·         E-mail mtoomajian@schools.nyc.gov if you have questions.

1 comment:

  1. there easier way to study for some people. the way that i study is by review my notes 2 or 3 weeks before any test , then a week later then 2 days before the test and then the day before the test. and you would memorize every thing like A BOOK !!! its really going to stick , but you got to make sure that you understand what you studying. - sonia cerdeno 903