字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Study Tips: 5 Tips for Better Highlighting Highlighting can be a good complement to your study regimen, but there's more to it than just picking out interesting lines of text. In this video, we'll share some tips on how to get more out of your highlighters. Stick around 'til the end to see our recommendations! Let's begin! One: know what you're highlighting. Before you start, have a purpose in mind and figure out how you want highlighting to help you process the material. Always read the text first so you know what's worth singling out. Two: pick your colors carefully. Choose three to five colors and stick with them. Highlighting should make important points easier to see, not harder. This goes for color choice too: look for something easy on the eyes but vibrant enough to see clearly. Three: Stick with a system and highlight in moderation. Make a color-coded key to help you navigate the text and stay focused. If you're worried about going overboard, you can set limits, like one sentence per paragraph. Four: Highlight in different ways. You can get more out of the colors you have by highlighting differently, such as underlining with the pointed end. For example, you can differentiate between titles and subtitles or highlight keywords in an underlined sentence. Five: Do more than just highlight. While highlighting can help you keep track of and remember material, it's no replacement for more active studying methods. Question, evaluate, and practice what you're learning. If you're looking to pick up new highlighters in addition to tips on how to highlight better, we've got a few recommendations. Erasable If your highlighting gets a little messy, try Pilot FriXion Erasable Highlighters. The FriXion lineup is especially respected among erasable pens. They come in both bright and soft colors. Innovative Tip The Kokuyo Beetle Tip 3way Highlighters are unique and functional. You can highlight, underline, and draw double lines, letting you do even more with one color. Interesting Colors The ever-popular, double-sided Zebra Mildliners are well known for their soft and unique shades. If you're particular about color choice or just want something different, check out their lineup. Smear-proof Zebra Justfit Mojini Line Highlighters are specially formulated to be smudge-free, making them perfect for written text. The flexible tip hugs pages to create neat lines even at an angle. Window Tip Uni Propus Window Highlighters have windows built into the tips so you can see what you're highlighting. The Q-Dry series dries ultra fast and the regular highlighters are available in pastel shades. They're also double sided. We hope this video was helpful and you have some new ideas on how to highlight. Do you have any tips? Let us know in the comments below. You can check out our blog for more information and recommendations. Thanks for watching!