How To Use A Glossary To Improve Your Middle School Study Skills
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The glossary in the back of your textbooks is a great tool to help you study for your tests. Any word that you see in bold in your textbook is probably in the glossary in the back. If it seems like it's confusing, the way it's worded when you read your textbook, just check in the glossary in the back. The glossary will probably have a clear, more concise definition, just like a dictionary, that you might understand. Also, any of those words you see in bold, you're probably going to need to make flashcards for, and the glossary is a great tool to help you make those flashcards more quickly and efficiently.
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