• Tue. Dec 5th, 2023

4 benefits of previewing + 8 tips for organizing notes, save them decisively and give them to your children for later use

Time always slips away inadvertently, and it has been two weeks since school started. Have you prepared your lessons and organized your notes? Let’s take a look at 4 preview methods + 8 tips for organizing notes in the new semester. I hope it can help everyone. How to stimulate students\’ interest and motivation in learning. Complete video download – 4 preview methods – 1. Read the new semester textbooks. Preview of textbooks is to familiarize yourself with knowledge points and formulas in advance by reading new textbooks. This method is the most traditional, most common, and most commonly used preview method. The advantage is that it is simple and clear, and you can quickly understand the general content of the entire book in a short period of time. Disadvantages: 1. The textbook content is monotonous, the preview format lacks variety, and it is easy to go through the motions without actually learning. The textbook content is too simple. ②Many prestigious schools use their own textbooks in classes, and the textbooks are actually just a decoration. ③Mathematics books are relatively detailed in content and are suitable for reading for preview. Physics and chemistry books are too simple and general in content. There are no experimental procedures or detailed explanations of principles. There are no exercises after class. Just reading books cannot achieve the preview effect at all. 2. Preview the questions. The highest level of preview is practice, and preview should be reflected in practice. Use test questions to test the effect of preview. At least you should be able to do the first few exercises in the textbook. If you can do it, it means your self-study ability is improving; if you can\’t do it, it doesn\’t matter, it\’s normal. After class, just listen carefully when the teacher talks here. Advantages: Put the effect of preview into practice. It helps to consolidate pre-study knowledge and improve self-study ability. Disadvantages ① Test students’ consciousness. Due to laziness, students may be too lazy to do questions other than homework. ② It also tests students’ interest in learning various subjects. Students who are partial to subjects may only be willing to answer questions selectively based on personal preference. 3. Recite key texts in advance \”Recite key texts in advance\” is a preview method that has become popular in the past two years. Due to the sharp increase in the recitation of ancient poetry, classical Chinese and other articles in the new textbook \”Bubianben\”, in order to reduce the burden after class, many Chinese teachers will arrange the recitation of ancient poetry in advance. Read the book of merits a hundred times, and its meaning will become apparent to you. Reading and reciting key texts in the new semester in advance not only reduces the recitation tasks for the new semester, but also deepens memory and understanding through previewing in advance, killing two birds with one stone. Disadvantages: Reciting in advance without explanation and learning often relies on rote memorization: Blind memorization without understanding may consume too much time. 4. Lecture-based preview As can be seen from the \”learning pyramid\” in the picture below, the traditional methods of listening to lectures and reading books are passive learning, and the best way to get twice the result with half the learning effect is to be a teacher yourself and teach what you have learned to others. . 8 ways to sort out wrong questions 1. \”Wrong\” is in your heart, and \”the book\” is in your heart. If you just want to imitate others and make a wrong question book to show off, forget it. Many students\’ wrong question books only have three words on them: \”Wrong question\” \”Book\”, it comes with the book. Before executing, you must have this determination: I must remember the questions I missed, write them down in my mind, and write them down in my notebook. 2. It is very thick and durable. Don’t fool yourself by buying a very thin book. You need to know how many questions you will encounter and how many questions you make mistakes in each year during the three years of junior high school. There will be a lot of questions accumulated over time. quantity, so the book usedIt must be very thick and durable. This has two advantages. First, it avoids the problem of using multiple small notebooks, confusing the order and losing them; second, it can compare and check similar wrong questions as before. 3. Organize by subject. Don’t do this: one question is math, the next question is chemistry, and the next question is physics. This is too confusing and becomes a hodgepodge, which won’t help you at all. Be sure to separate notebooks or divide areas into one notebook to sort out wrong questions. 4. Error analysis. Recognize that when you make mistakes in the question set, you should copy down the questions that you have done wrong in daily life and exams. Not only should you write down the correct answers, but you should also add the wrong answers, and then analyze the reasons for the mistakes. , is it because you haven’t mastered the knowledge point? Or did you ignore the condition range used? Or is it due to a careless calculation error? The collection of wrong questions is like a prescription, with both \”symptom description\” and the right medicine. By comparing the wrong question sets, you can quickly find your own shortcomings and consolidate them to avoid making the same mistakes again. 5. Label each question with the title number and type. Leave a one-centimeter blank margin in front of each question to mark the title number and type for later search. 6. Do it again regularly and mark the wrong questions in the book. Be sure to review and review. The best way is to do it again. No matter how many new questions you do, it will not be more useful than this! These wrong questions are the mistakes you are most likely to make. There is only so much knowledge in junior high school. The more you understand, the more you will know. At the same time, every time you do it again, you will always find that you still make mistakes on some questions. At this time, mark it with 1 star in front of the question number (the previous blank space is useful), and then look at why you got it wrong again. You must understand it. Let\’s do it. When reviewing, if you don’t have enough time, focus on the questions marked with stars in front. The important level questions will be clear at a glance! 7. Good questions can also be \”wrong questions\”. The upgraded version of the question set means that there are not only wrong questions, but also \”good questions\”. I believe that students who have read all the questions will have deep memories of some questions: some require comprehensive and detailed classification discussions, and you will fall into a trap if you don\’t think carefully; some may seem to be a scary amount of calculations, but in fact, think backwards and put the answers It\’s just a piece of cake to substitute into one (this situation is especially prominent in multiple-choice questions); some conditions are numerous and tricky, and you don\’t know where to start. In fact, if you let go of your fear and work step by step, you can get most of the step points. Collecting good questions can allow you to find out the question maker\’s thinking and usual examination methods, and identify the traps and tricks. 8. What’s mine is mine, and what’s yours is mine means that you should learn to exchange wrong question papers with your classmates and look for classmates whose scores are similar to yours or better than yours. Students with similar grades to yours generally make similar mistakes to yours. See how they analyze and answer their questions. Do they understand more deeply than you do and solve problems more cleverly than you? For students who study better than you, generally if they get the questions wrong, you may be more likely to get them wrong. Take a look in advance to avoid making mistakes in the future. Why not seize this opportunity. What should I do if my children don’t take the initiative to learn? How to make children fall in love with learning and efficient accompanying reading class completed mp3

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