How do you use the McGraw Hill Online Learning Center to study for a test?


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The McGraw Hill Online Learning Center website divides its material according to state, user type and topic, so choose from these category lists to access the learning material that matches your test. The website then enables you to access written material and practice tests and quizzes relevant to your topic.

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User type options are Teacher and Student/Parent. Topic options include Music, Family and Consumer Sciences, Trade and Industrial Education, Technology Education and Language Arts. Choosing a state enables the learning center to tailor results according to that state's educational standards.

When you choose a topic, such as music, the Online Learning Center provides materials ranging from textbook material to classroom tools tailored to particular states. For example, as of 2016, the Music category provides links to Music! Its Role and Importance in Our Lives, Experiencing Choral Music and Choral Connections. Click on these links to access material, such as individual chapter material, self-check quizzes and vocabulary flashcards from Music! Its Role and Importance in Our Lives. This textbook also provides Web links in each chapter for additional resources related to your test topic. The self-check quizzes provide immediate feedback on right and wrong answers upon completion, and the vocabulary flashcards provide review of key words that may appear on your test.

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