Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18Headings and Subtitles show important terms Pictures/Graphs introduce new terms Bold and Italic Words introduce main ideas Chapter Summaries test comprehension Vocabulary Lists give an overview Review Questions present information visually Page 10 Answers 1. Dog barking 2. Phone ringing 3. TV on 4. Radio playing 5. Almost 11:00 - too late 6. Doesn’t have math book 7. No room on desk to work Page 12 Answers Different kinds of questions call for different strategies. These easy-to use tips are sure to help you improve your test scores. True/False Questions Statements with often, most, sometimes, usually, and many in them are usually true. Statements containing absolute words such as all, always, never, every, and none are usually false. Multiple Choice Questions Try to come up with the answer in your head before you look at the answer choices. Read all of the choices. If you don’t know the answer, cross out the choices you know are wrong, and make an educated guess. If you’re not sure of an answer, go with your first instinct. If you have no idea what the correct answer is, choose one in the middle. Research shows the“b”and“c”are correct more often than“a”and“d.” Essay Questions Read all essay questions and start with the easiest one. Before you start writing, jot down the key words, ideas, and points you want to cover. If you have time, write a simple outline. Use complete sentences and write neatly. (Studies have shown that neater papers get better grades.) Take what you’ve learned from this booklet and apply it. Do your best in your classes, and have a great year! Answer Key 15