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Hannah R.
Vanderbilt Student: Special Education Major
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Writing
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Question:

How can I make sure my paper is well organized?

Hannah R.
Answer:

After the paper has been written, go back and create a reverse-outline. A reverse outline asks you to outline the major theme each paragraph addresses. Each paragraph should only address one theme. This will help with clarity and organization of a paper.

Study Skills
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Question:

What are some steps I can take to start studying for an exam that is a few weeks away?

Hannah R.
Answer:

The best way to study for an exam is to space out the studying and focus on learning concepts over a long period of time rather than cramming the night before. Review class notes and reading notes each night as the notes are taken. Then, create a summary sheet or study guide that lumps major concepts together. Quiz yourself off this study guide. Eventually reach a point where you are able to create and answer your own questions made on the subject--this displays mastery and multiple viewpoints of a subject.

Education
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Question:

What are the key components of a lesson plan?

Hannah R.
Answer:

The key components of a lesson plan include identification of class, rationale for instruction, daily objectives, materials/equipment/preparation, instructional sequence, introduction and advanced organizer, modeling instruction, guided practice, independent practice, review, closure, next step, and evaluation.

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