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    Studying with foldables

    Studying with foldables

    If you’re struggling to understand a science concept, sitting in front of your open textbook with a highlighter might not be the best approach. We teamed up with the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research to bring you a fun and unique study tool.


    • SAMPLE LESSON: LEARNING AND RETAINING SCIENCE CONCEPTS WITH FOLDABLES

      Building a foldable is a creative, 3-dimensional activity that can make it easier to remember complex concepts. We created one which organises and explains the phases of mitosis. Here’s how you can make your own:

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      First, think about how many concepts you want to include in your foldable. That will determine how many sections, quadrants or folds you create. For example, to make our mitosis foldable, we used one sheet of Post-it® Big Pad and created a diamond shape with four quadrants, one for each mitosis phase. (Simply remove one sheet from the Post-it® Big Pad, and with the adhesive/sticky side down, fold in the four quadrants so the corners meet in the centre of the sheet.)

      First, think about how many concepts you want to include in your foldable

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      Use Post-it® Notes to create layers and include more information in your foldable. For example, we sketched out what each mitosis phase looks like on one layer and wrote a description of each phase on another.

      Sketch the essential structures and label them with Post-it® Flags for easy reference

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      Label the sections of your foldable with Post-it® Page Markers. Try matching each label colour to the Post-it® Notes on the inside to keep the information organised. Associating a colour with each concept may help you recall information during a test.

      Label the sections of your foldable with Post-it® Page Markers

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      When your foldable is complete, you can close up all the sections and quiz yourself on the concepts you’ve just learned. Now you have a great study tool you can use to prepare for a test. Plus, you can make foldables for just about any topic, so use them in other classes to help make remembering tough concepts easier.

      When your foldable is complete, you can close up all the sections and quiz yourself on the concepts you’ve just learned

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