I have summer homework have to read 3 books?help?
Topic: I have summer homework have to read 3 books?help?
June 27, 2019 / By Adela Question:
im not dedicated to reading
its just that i get distracted
i procrastinate and make excusesl ike oh look theres my keyboard, hey look at the day i should walk my dog, hmm i think ima jump on the tampoline, or ima use my computer,
how do i focus
i can focus on doing sports or waching tv or playing instuments or drwing anything except reading n doing it for homework
the books are already selected
and one is about history
Best Answers: I have summer homework have to read 3 books?help?
Taskill | 7 days ago
To help keep you focused on reading books, you have to find a subject that really captivates you, like action, romance, sci-fi, etc. I personally like the Harry Potter books, and the Percy Jackson books, but everyone is different. Maybe say that you have to read for an hour to be able to go on the computer, or do what you want, for thirty minutes. Hope this helps and good luck.
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Originally Answered: How to prepare for AP's over the summer and Review Books?
The books/companies vary by AP test. Some are better than others when it comes to AP test prep. Here is a list of AP tests and the corresponding "best review book" for each. I don't know if you just wanted the best review books for your subjects or every subject, so every subject is included. Good luck!
PS- If you can't find one of these review guides in a bookstore, they can all be found on Amazon.
Art History: The Annotated Mona Lisa: A Crash Course in Art History from Prehistoric to Post-Modern by Carol Strickland
Biology- CliffsAP Biology by CliffNotes
Calculus AB & BC: Be Prepared for the AP Calculus Exam by Mark Howell
Chemistry: Cracking the AP Chemistry Exam by Princeton Review
Computer Science A & AB: Be Prepared for the AP Computer Science Exam in Java by Maria Litvin
Economics Macro & Micro: Cracking the AP Economics Exams by Princeton Review. This is tied with the Barron's version
English Language & Comp: Cliffs AP English Language & Composition by CliffNotes
English Literature & Comp: Cliffs AP English Literature & Composition by CliffNotes
Environmental Science: The Smartypants' Guide to the AP Environmental Science Exam by Michelle Mahanian
European History: Cracking the AP European History Exam by Princeton Review
French Language: AP French Language (REA) with Audio CDs by Ellen Knauer
Government- Comparative: AP Comparative Government and Politics: A Study Guide, 2nd Edition by Ethel Wood
Government- United States: Cracking the AP US Government & Politics Exam by Princeton Review
Human Geography: How to Prepare for the Human Geography Exam by Barron's
Music Theory: HarperCollins College Outline Music Theory by George T. Jones
Physics B & C: Cracking the AP Physics Exams by Princeton Review
Psychology: How to Prepare for the AP Psychology Exam by Barron's
Spanish Language: AP Spanish w/ Audio CDs (REA) by Cristina Bedoya
Statistics: How to Prepare for the AP Statistics Exam by Barron's
US History: REA's AP US History Test Prep by J. A. McDuffie
World History: Cracking the AP World History Exam by Princeton Review
See if you can get audio versions of what you have the ones you have to read, Audible.com have loads, download to you pc or ipod/mp3 and take the audio with you even walking the dog or doing your sports.
I use audio when I have to do housework or in the car, or just on my laptop like now, I am listening to The Passage by Justin Cronin.
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hmm, well as dorky as it sounds, it usually works, try to picture that your the person of the book or even a side person maybe?? like for example in the book lets say it starts out saying: it was a cold, dark morning, the sun had just barley began to come up. or something like that haha just picture yourself in that position, for some people it works, hope it works for you :P latersss
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Find books you enjoy.
Read a book about trampolines or sports or how musical instruments are made.
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i know im gonna get so many thumbs down for this, but whatever.
1. rent the movie.
2. pinkmonkey.com (dosent have too many books, but alot of info if you find the book you are looking for)
3. bookrags.com (my fav site. it has chapter-by-chapter summaries)
BRING ON THE THUMBS! xD
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Originally Answered: My teacher for summer homework wants me to write a report on how my summer is a triumph and a tragedy?
I would start with a hook, such as: "The summer turned out to be even stranger than I had anticipated" or something like "Who knew summer would turn out the way it has!" so the reader wants to keep reading about your summer. Then give a little bit of background about your summer, and put your thesis statement: Despite my attitude, this summer ended up being a contradiction of triumph and tragedy:
Then jump into your next few paragraphs.
Your conclusion can then be a summary of the triumphs and tragedies with a concluding sentence that maybe relates to your introduction to make it a complete circle.
Good luck. Sounds like you're well on your way if you have the middle parts worked out.