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Painless Study Techniques by Michael…

Painless Study Techniques

by Michael Greenberg

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The study tips in this book are essential to student achievement. The book covers not only studying but also note taking, homework habits, time management, and much more.
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Most kids hate to study, and homework is always a chore--but this book teaches kids how to transform drudgery into interesting and productive projects. The author offers suggestions for group learning and study projects, creating a stimulating study environment, and knowing the different ways to read different kinds of books, from math to literature. He also advises on organizing ideas for writing assignments, and seeking extra help for especially difficult subjects.

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Offers middle school and high school students strategies for improving their study skills, covering topics such as time-management, how to read a book, taking notes, studying for tests, and becoming a better writer.

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