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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Self Self Reading Reading Text Text Books Books Mixed Mixed Notes Notes 200 300 400 500 100 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Jeopardy Jeopardy
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This technique can be used to plan long assignments or reduce procrastination when a task seems overwhelming Chunking
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Internal process that initiates action and change. Occurs when goals are realistic and obtainable. Stems from what people do and do not want in life. Characteristics of Motivation
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A cluttered table, music playing, soft chair, one light source all interrupt the ability to concentrate and are called External Distractors
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Goal Setting Time Management Motivation Concentration Managing stress Managing Procrastination These are all examples of… Self- Management Skills
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A concentration technique of creating a picture in your mind that shows you succeeding. Negative images are replaced with positive images in your long-term memory. Mental Rehearsal or Visualize Success
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Practice stopping at the end of each paragraph to think about and work with the main idea and details in each paragraph Average Read
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Read Title, Topics, heading, sub- headings, visual materials, marginal notes, terminology, end of chapter materials Surveying
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The ______ a student brings to the reading process affects level of concentration and comprehension Goal or Intention
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