Teach Your Students Study Habits for Academic Success

 

RaiseMe Study Habits Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan: Study Habits – The Building Blocks To College Readiness

Click to view the study habits lesson plan below.

Good study habits are essential for academic success in high school, college, and beyond. As students progress through high school and face more complex academic subject matter and increased pressure to perform well in classes, new study habits and learning devices can help them more effectively engage with classroom material, retain information taught in courses, and demonstrate their ability to succeed via exam and assessment.

 

Learning Outcomes

In this lesson plan, students will learn how certain behaviors and practices can lead to greater success, including:

  • Better long-term memory
  • More effective logic and reasoning
  • More attention and greater problem solving abilities

How To Use This Lesson Plan

Share this lesson plan content in your homeroom or advisory, a study skills workshop, or one-on-one to help your students build the confidence to work hard and excel in their coursework.

Lesson Plan On Study Habits For College Readiness

 

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Thea Lee is on the District Partnerships team at RaiseMe. Prior, Thea taught at KIPP Central City in New Orleans. In her free time, she enjoys getting outdoors, going to the movies, and reading about public education in the U.S.

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