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Here is a Web site — eNotes — for students and teachers: www.enotes.com.
eNotes offers study guides, discussion rooms and tutoring help. If you sign up, they will send you useful emails. You can also follow eNotes on Facebook.
A recent email newsletter offers tips for surviving summer school.
- Attend class — well, obviously. But it’s especially important in the context of summer school, since classes progress much faster than during the regular school year. Missing just one lesson can leave you substantially behind.
- Read a little more each day — since these classes whiz by, the amount you have to learn is condensed into a shorter time frame. So spend a little extra time studying every day.
- Think positive — especially if you’re repeating a class, don’t be dejected. You’re at an advantage, since you’ve got old class notes to review as well. Info will sink in faster. If you’re not repeating a class, remind yourself that you’ll be a step ahead when school begins in the fall.
- Stay energized — summer can sap your energy, as will late nights. Three hour classes are common. So it’s very important to keep decent hours, eat right, get some exercise.
- Don’t suffer in silence — voice your questions to the instructor, confirm information with your peers. Go to eNotes as well for help. If you’re writing an essay, eNotes offers an Essay Lab.
Check out eNotes. Lots of material is freely available. For a six month or a year’s subscription you will find a depth of resource material at your fingertips. Cool benefit — every month in 2012 eNotes is giving away a Kindle Fire.
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