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Axia College Material Appendix C University Resources: Week Eight Study Plan How will I approach the content of Week Eight? Before the week begins I will print out my reading material. Mark down what days I will do my DQ’s and participation. Along with that I will make sure my work area is clean and organized, and mark on my calendar what days I will have the most time work in quiet. I will set aside at least 2-3 hours per day for study time. Examples What will I do before the week begins? How will I organize my week? How much time will I set aside for this week's content? How will I study the content of Week Eight? My learning style fits in exactly how it was described to me. I am a Read/Write learner, which includes writing summaries. I also reflect my experiences into my learning, which is what a Diverger does as well. Quietness will make me concentrate better, along
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Unformatted text preview: with working in a comfortable relaxed environment. Examples How does my learning style fit in here? What will help me concentrate better? What will my study environment look like? How will I remember the content of Week Eight? I probably will not use mnemonics to help me remember my studies. My learning style fits in perfectly here. I will read, write summaries, and then read some more. Mind maps might help me if I took the time to use them. I find it better to read the information, and then take notes, read my notes and the chapter again. Writing down more information that I feel should be added. I also will do research if I feel I need to get a better understanding. Examples How can I use mnemonics to remember? How does my learning style fit in here? Can I use review sheets, mind maps, or other items to help me remember? US/101...
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2010 for the course US101 us101 taught by Professor Triciawatters during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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