How to Create a Study Guide Step One: Organize Your Materials Look through your textbook and notes to remember the topics and main ideas for the unit. Sort your materials into piles. Each pile represents a different topic. Use paper clips and Post-It notes to label the topics. Step Two: Identify the Key Facts Go through the materials for each topic. Make a list of the important people, events, vocabulary words for each topic. Look at the review questions at the end of each section to help you think about guiding questions for each topic. Step Three: Using your Study Guide to Prepare for the Test On a separate piece of paper, create an answer sheet for the list of key facts. Fill in the important details for the facts listed for each topic. Review and re-read your notes, worksheets, and chapter for details. Use flashcards to learn “hard to remember” facts. Step Four: When can you stop studying and consider yourself ready? Not until you have someone quiz you You can answer all of the questions, identify all of the main ideas and define all vocabulary from your study guide when asked!
Pages to are hidden for
"How to Create a Study Guide"Please download to view full document