Communication and Gender Class Notes

Communication and - fl(Note These pages were prepared by Lindsay Bryant and Nicole Jones at the University of j.arches ucra.edu-sn igey Georgia and

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fl (Note: These pages were prepared by Lindsay Bryant and Nicole Jones at the University of Georgia and can be accessed online at hqttp; j('.arches. ucra .edu/-sn igey'.) Study Benefits Knowing your learning style presents you with study techniques that can complement your style. Bodily-Kinesthetic and Interpersonal learners - like to apply the information to the real world, experience it in their own actions, or discuss or explain to others what they have learned. Suggested study tips: Study in a group in which members take turns explaining topics to each other and then discussing them. Think of practical uses of the course material. Pace and recite while you learn. Act out material or design games. Use flashcards with other people. Teach the material to someone else. # Intrapersonal and LogicaVmatbematical learners -retain and understand information better after they have taken time to think about it. Suggested study tips: Study in a quiet setting. When you are reading, stop periodically to
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course COMM 324 taught by Professor Krueger during the Fall '05 term at Maryland.

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Communication and - fl(Note These pages were prepared by Lindsay Bryant and Nicole Jones at the University of j.arches ucra.edu-sn igey Georgia and

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