Sunday, February 23, 2014

Studying for Your Motivation & Emotion Test

It's hard to believe it's already time for your unit test on Motivation & Emotion, and that feeling of disbelief is no doubt magnified by the fact that we've had such a disrupted school calendar as of late (Thanks, winter weather!). But Tuesday will be here quite soon.

We will be using Monday's class period to do some reviewing, something I typically don't devote much class time to, since I feel my students should be learning how to do their reviewing and studying outside of class in preparation for college-level work. However, given that you've been forced into learning a good chunk of this unit's content via the Internet because of our snow days, I really do feel a review day is in order.

As planned, I'll also be hosting a scheduled review session this evening (Sunday) from 5-7 PM, and I'll be available after school on Monday from 4 -6 PM to answer any questions you might have.

As always, there are online review tools at your disposal in order to aid your review, including:

1 comment:

  1. This is the first time that I have come across an emotion-motivation test for students. Usually, teachers test for intellectual comprehension and nothing more. This is a great aspect to test for, as a student's studying motivation will lead them to either strive or remain in their comfort zone. - Layce of