How to Study
1. Listen to the lesson during class.
2. In a notebook, write notes on topics during the lesson, include examples.
For Example: Compound subject: 2 or more subjects joined by the coordinating conjunction and or or.
Ex. Meghan and Renee are eating ice cream. Compound Subject
3. Ask questions during class, after class, or during Tutor Time.
4. 10 minutes at home:
REVIEW YOUR NOTES
NOT to memorize, but to UNDERSTAND
a. Ask yourself, “Do I understand this lesson?”
(Using the example above, “Do I understand what a compound subject is?”)
b. Ask yourself, “Do I understand what it looks likes in an example?”
(Using the example above, “Do I understand what a compound subject looks like on
paper? Or how to write it?”)
c. If you do not understand part of the lesson, write down what confuses you next to your notes
For ex. Ms. Lo, “What does this mean?” “Why is this a noun?” – and ask me the next
day in class.