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The Study Success Journal

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 197
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Macmillan Study Skills

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03 May 2019

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This interactive study journal places students at the centre of their learning experience and shows them how to develop the skills needed to be successful. Part 1 contains ten themes, which cover everything from time...

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This interactive study journal places students at the centre of their learning experience and shows them how to develop the skills needed to be successful. Part 1 contains ten themes, which cover everything from time management and critical thinking to referencing and personal development. Each bite-sized theme features short activities and examples of real students' experiences, alongside dedicated space for writing and reflection to develop students' awareness of their strengths, skills and areas for development. Part 2 focuses on record keeping and encourages readers to think about their next steps. This is an ideal resource for students of all subject areas and levels who want to succeed on their course and beyond.

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  • Helps students to develop the core academic skills - including critical thinking, note-making and referencing - and successfully make the transition to university study
  • Distinctive journal format promotes active, reflective learning and helps students to focus on what they want from their university journey
  • Contains practical activities and space for reflection throughout, alongside top tips to help students set themselves up for success

Introduction
PART 1
Theme 1: Personal and Academic Development
Theme 2: Time Management and Taking Charge of Your Studies
Theme 3: Critical Thinking
Theme 4: Critical Reading
Theme 5: Critical Writing
Theme 6: Getting Ready for Assessment
Theme 7: Referencing
Theme 8: Studying with Others
Theme 9: Examinations
Theme 10: Personal Development
PART 2: RECORD KEEPING AND NEXT STEPS
List of Key Terms
References
Index.

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Barbara Bassot is Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Career and Personal Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

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Barbara Bassot is Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Career and Personal Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

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