Fences (2016) HD
|Producer||:||Scott Rudin, Denzel Washington.|
|Release||:||December 16, 2016|
|Country||:||United States of America.|
|Production Company||:||Paramount Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions, Bron Creative, MACRO.|
Movie ‘Fences’ was released in December 16, 2016 in genre Drama. Denzel Washington was directed this movie and starring by Denzel Washington. This movie tell story about In 1950s Pittsburgh, a frustrated African-American father struggles with the constraints of poverty, racism, and his own inner demons as he tries to raise a family.
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*My fall quarter starts on September 24th. Professors started posting textbook information, test information, syllabus, etc. on the course websites a couple days, so I thought it would be a good idea to prepare for each class before it starts *
Once you have your textbooks, a little bit of information on the website, and the syllabus, start preparing your study plan for the quarter.
1. Read the course syllabus. Professors know exactly what they will be teaching, how big the workload will be, exam schedules, reading material, etc. Once you read the syllabus, you are already mentally prepared for the class, and it won’t seem as overwhelming on the first day.
** Important information to take away from the syllabus:
– Homework load
– Class schedule, test information
– Retake and make up policy
– Any class- specific information
2. Look up your professor on RateMyProfessors. By reading other students’ reviews, you can get a preview into what your classes will be like. It’s important not to believe every word you read there, simply because every student has a different (or no) relationship with his professor.
** Info to take away from Ratemyprofessors:
– STUDY TIPS. A lot of students write what they’ve done to be successful in the class
– How to professor teaches the class. What materials to use
– Homework/ work load
3. Write down your goals for the course. Whether it’s a specific grade you want to earn or the information you’d like to learn, it’s good to have something to motivate you.
** More info:
– Create a Work Document, a poster or just some random sheet and write down your goals on it
– Hang in somewhere where you’ll see it as a reminder and motivator
4. Note exam dates, reading schedule, etc. Look over the syllabus or a schedule chart, if one is available, and assign yourself pages to read a few weeks ahead. You can always modify this list as the quarter progresses
5. Attend the first few Lectures. Probably the most important thing you could do to prepare for the future classes.
** Info to take away:
– Professor’s teaching style
– Plan a note-taking technique
– What you’ll actually need to read/ do to succeed.
– Talk to the professor, ask for tips on how to study for his/her class!!
Humans can’t pay full attention to two things at once: it’s a fact! (Source 1, 2, 3). While we think we can do two things at the same time, like doing homework and watching a TV show- we’re actually doing neither.
Thus, when there are distractions around us, we cannot fully focus on our work no matter how hard we try. Small things that we usually don’t think about affect our concentration, but are easy to control:
1. Cell Phone
-put it on silent, out of reach and check only once an hour. It can totally wait and whoever texted you can wait a few minutes.
-It sets the mood. The messier your room, the less organized YOU are! Clean and organize your desk, make your bed, and make a schedule everyday.
-I’ve found that if I study at home, everyone always bothers and distracts me because they know I’m home and can answer a question, clean something, drive, etc. To avoid the same fate, go to the library! Bring a snack, some tea or coffee and focus!
4. Too many pens
-For those of us who like to color code….let’s use up to 3 colors. The more pens and pencils, staplers and little stickers we have around us, the more distracting they are. Three colors are sufficient enough to mark 1) important terms, 2) explanations, 3)titles (that’s an example, you can do it differently). When there are purple, orange, blue, green, red, yellow, etc. colors, the point of highlighting gets lost- your notebook becomes a rainbow.
To remember new information better, we have to look at studying at a more biopsychological level.
When new information enters our brain, it is first processed in the working memory. This type of memory is not very big- with it we only remember things for about 30 seconds. Example: when you do a math problem, you think about the numbers you’re working with. However, when the problem is solved and you move on to the next one, the numbers are forgotten immediately.
In some cases, the information (now a memory) moves to the short-term memory (STM), where it is kept for a few minutes longer. However, if this memory is not recalled enough times, it will be forgotten. That’s why when we procrastinate and leave the memorizing and studying until the last minute, we don’t remember that information after the exam.
Now for the final part, to transfer the new memory from STM to Long term memory (LTM), we have to use something called active recall. Basically, it’s like quizzing yourself: the more times you remember/recall something, the better you’ll remember it in the future. Like finding your dorm room- the first few times you get lost, but eventually you remember it and have no trouble finding it.
I’ve been reading a very interesting book by Cal Newport (he has a website called Study Hacks, haha, but we’re not the same people): How to Win at College: Surprising Secrets for Success from the Country’s Top Students.
Honestly, this book has been the most helpful guide to studying that I’ve ever read.
Learned this the hard way this quarter :(
More about sleep cycles! Talk about the best time to wake up and the importance of sleep
There are 2 “modes” of sleep: Slow wave sleep and REM sleep.
Slow Wave Sleep is super deep and is hard to interrupt. When you wake up during this phase, you don’t feel rested and are tired for the rest of the day.
REM sleep is lighter sleep, so it can be easily interrupted. A bonus to waking during a REM phase: remembering your dream and feeling energetic.
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Sources: The Mind’s Machine- my BioPsych textbook (graph). Dr. Lauren Graham- lecture on sleep rhythms and cycles.
Edit: I want to make a comment on the graph:
- During the pink “awakening” times is when your REM cycle ends. That’s when you wake up in the middle of the night for a couple minutes and then fall back asleep
- REM Cycles repeat roughly every 90 minutes, but it may vary slightly. If you wake up during the REM phase, you’re guaranteed to feel more energetic even if you slept a bit less than recommended (8 hours)
- Check out the app Sleepytime for more information and how to calculate your wake up time!
Quick Tips for Answering Multiple Choice Questions
1. Read question and underline what it’s asking you.
2. Cover the answer choices (a, b, c, d) with your hand and try to answer the question yourself, without any help. Seeing the answer choices will just confuse and distract you.
3. Use the Process of Elimination:
– Eliminate what is obviously a wrong answer
– Now only focus on what’s left. Now you won’t pay attention to the wrong answer choice and it won’t distract you anymore.
Note* Strongly-worded answer choices are rarely the right answer! See example on the picture :)
My econ professor told us a few of these- you still have to study, but these techniques makes it easier for you to find the right answer among all the wrong ones that distract you.
** If you have any more tips you’d like to share with us, Submit them to me and I will post them and credit you, of course, or comment below!