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ERIC Number: ED126470
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 13
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Reference Count: 0
How to Teach Study Skills in High School and Community College.
Bogue, Carole
Skills that are currently referred to as study skills can be separated into two broad categories: techniques for study and applied study skills. Techniques for study could be acquired given sufficient information, but applied study skills require sequential skill development and practice on the part of students, using material near their reading/listening level. Thus, skills in these two categories require differential treatment if students are expected to apply them successfully. Ability to apply such skills can be measured with published or teacher-made instruments, but material used for assessing application--especially applied study skills--should be near the reading/listening level of the student. Both reading and content area instructors need to be involved in the task of helping students learn effective application of study skills. (Author)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association (21st, Anaheim, California, May 1976)