字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント One of my all time favorite ways to use sticky notes is to use them to replace flashcards. Instead of carrying around all of your cards, you can simply stick them in your notes and test yourself whilst you read. For this, you only need two sets of sticky notes, preferably in different colors and of the same size. First, I will write the answer in one of my sticky notes, which I will normally do in bullet form so I know which topics I should mention to get the right answer. And, in the other sticky note, I will write the main title, topic or question. Now, all you have to do is stick them on top of one another, and you have your improvised flashcards. You can either arrange a whole notebook with these sticky notes or just incorporate them into your study materials, so you can assess your knoweldege on the way. This can also be a cheaper alternative for some people since, in many countries, a pack of flashcards can be quite expensive. Another great way to make the most out of your unused pack of sticky notes is making mind maps The good thing about it is that you can re-arrange the topics as you go along since each sticky note is independent from each other. And also, reorganize your mind maps on notebooks, your table or as I like to do during finals, on an empty wall. You can either use your regular sticky notes or, like I recommend get these Magnetic Notes from Tesla Amazing. These don't have any glue on them, and simply stick to any material. They come in a whole array of colors and sizes and you can simply slide them along the wall to reposition them and, if you need to, take them away and put them in your notebooks when you are tired of seeing everything on your wall. If you are a very visual learner, studying with colorful mind maps can really help you on the way for better grade because your mind will associate certain information with a certain color and a certain position on a chart. That will let you reference better your material, and you will remember much more while you are taking an exam or writing an assignment. Also, keeping these mind maps on your wall during finals can help you memorize better since all the information you'll need to remember will be sticked on your wall and you will end up looking at it everytime you enter or leave your room. I hope you've enjoyed this video! Don't forget to subscribe And I'll see you next week. Bye!