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Chapter 13 Developing Skills for Recall, Math, and Essay Tests
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Chapter Objectives Explain how to use essential strategies for answering recall questions, which include fill-in- the-blank, listing, definition, and short-answer questions. Explain how to use essential strategies for answering math test questions. Explain how to use essential strategies for answering essay test questions.
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Recall Questions Recall questions require you to retrieve (recall) information from LTM to answer questions. Unlike objective test questions that involve recognition tasks, recall questions involve recall tasks. Recall questions require you to recall information from memory without any direct clues or information to recognize as accurate or not. Recall questions include: Fill-in-the-Blank Listing Definition Short Answer
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Strong Answers for Recall Questions
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Strong Answers for Recall Questions
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Essential Strategies for Fill-in-the-Blank Questions Write only one word on each blank line. Understand the kinds of answers for more than one blank: -commas = series of items -no commas = a two-word answer or a phrase Conduct a memory search; use key words to trigger an association or retrieval cue. Use assisted response. Write a substitute word, synonym, or phrase if necessary to complete the sentence and possibly earn partial points.
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Closed and Open-Ended Questions Closed questions are questions that require specific answers; sometimes answers must appear in a specific order. Open-ended questions are questions that have many possible answers. Closed and open-ended questions appear in: listing questions short-answer questions essay questions
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Listing Questions Predict test questions when you study.
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course COSU 0300 taught by Professor Michellebrown during the Spring '11 term at Collins.

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