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Old 06-18-2010, 06:01 PM
 
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Ok, I am moving grades and will be teaching a new subject. I have never really had to teach a study skills class and am looking for a direction to go. Does anyone have any ideas how to start? I was thinking of focusing on a specific area each month. Something like reading non-fiction in September, Note-taking in October, and so on. Can someone help me out? I know I will also have to do a lot of this based on goals but wanted to have an overall area for the whole class to concentrate on.

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when I think study skills I think of agendas and organization first... I would spend the first couple weeks working on those topics...
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That is a good place to start. I would just like a rough idea of what I can cover month by month. I know at least the month before, and leading up to the state testing, I will be covering test taking skills. I just had no idea where to start!
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