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Studying "Sense-ably"

Studying "Sense-ably"
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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.65

     challenging words:    audiotapes, sense-able, picket, memorize, writing, quiz, highlight, easily, flashcards, daydream, close, gain, hearing, posts, certain, trace

Studying "Sense-ably"
By Patti Hutchison

1     Close your eyes and daydream about taking your next test. Your teacher hands you the paper. You get started right away. You know almost every answer. The ones you don't know off hand, you can figure out.
2     Now, your teacher hands you back your graded test. The paper is in your hands. There is a big "100" written at the top. Your teacher gives you a big smile. You smile back. How did this happen?
3     Moments like these don't have to be a dream. They can really happen when you become a "sense-able" learner. What does that mean? It means when you study, use all your senses.
4     You have five senses- sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch (which includes movement). You can easily use at least three of these to help you study.
5     Let's start with sight. There are many ways to see the information you need to study and memorize. Make flashcards. Study them whenever you have a spare moment. Make charts and graphs. Highlight information in different colors. Read, read, read!

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