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Time Management - Wisc-Online
The study/reading techniques below provide systematic ways to understand what a reader should do before, during, and after to obtain the maximum information.
- SR3R- WISC Online (Interactive Tutorial)
- Barriers to Listening- WISC Online: An interactive presentation on listening skills
- Notetaking - Dartmouth: Techniques for effectively recording and learning information from classes and lectures
- Practice: Medline Topics: The tutorials found on this page are interactive health education resources from the Patient Education Institute of NIH. Using animated graphics each tutorial explains a procedure or condition in easy-to-read language that is downloadable as a PDF. You can also listen to the tutorial. This is a great source for notetaking practice.
- Summarization- WISC-Online
- Cornell Method PDF Generator
Create custom notetaking sheets . The custom sheets can be blank (Cornell Style), ruled, or graph style. They are output with your name, the name of your class, and the date - that is, if you provide that information.
- ReadWriteThink Note Taking Tool: Formatted Outlining using bullets, Roman Numerals, and/or letters.
- Online Reading Strategies (A Think Aloud)
- Topic Outlining (Speech) - Wisc Online
- Create a Graph - National Center for Educational Statistics
- Persuasion Map Tool - ReadWriteThink
- EconEdLink is the leading source of online economic & personal finance lessons & resources for educators and students.
- Drama Mapping-ReadWriteThink
- Interactive Graphic Organizers
Even though you may know how to pronounce a word, you may not be sure of its spelling definition, synonyms, antonyms, and contexts. The following links to online reference tools, such as dictionaries, thesauri, and encyclopedias, may prove useful and convenient if your books aren't handy and you are already online. Do not guess what a word means. Look it up! Dictionary Skills