Wanting to run a study skills day for your Year 10 or 11 students? This 44 page work booklet gives you materials to form the basis of your day. You can base activities and discussions around the 11 “secrets” and have students complete the worksheets in the booklet throughout the day.
Enhanced Learning Educational Services (ELES) Secrets to Senior Success resource:
‘SECRETS TO SENIOR SCHOOL SUCCESS: TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FROM THE EXPERTS’
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This resource consists of 11 sections each of four pages for your form or roll teachers to use in class throughout the year with their form class of Year 11 students or to give to the students to work through at their own pace or use with the students at a study skills day. There is also a 35 slide powerpoint provided you could use with the booklet at a study skills day.
The resource contents are as follows:
- Understanding the point of the senior years
- Getting motivated
- Setting goals
- Working efficiently
- Making study notes
- The need for small and constant improvement
- Essay writing strategies
- Common mistakes in studying
- Dealing with bad marks and developing resilience
- Managing stress
- Thinking about life after school
This resource is written jointly by Enhanced Learning Educational Services and Human Connections (with a section by The Research Den).
Price: This resource is supplied in PDF format only and is priced at AUD$198.00. This includes GST and blackline master photocopy rights for the school and the file is emailed to you directly.
CLICK here to open or RIGHT CLICK to save the sample pages (8 pages PDF format 218KB) to your computer (if you try and open them directly you may get an error). Once they are saved onto your computer, find the file and double-click on it to open it.
Note: This resource has the same content as the BABL resource that was previously available at Braintree Podcast and was also previously named ‘Welcome to Year 11’.
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