As (he) wrote (the book), (the author) was guided by three primary objectives: to give students clear and explicit instructions on how to study, to provide ample exercises for practicing new technniques, and to lead students to adapt these methods and apply them with flexibility to their own academic work. Consequently, (the book) contains step-by-step instructions for learning a variety of study strategies and (many) textbook excerpts, including a ... chapter from an American history textbook, to encourage application of the study skills presented ... (The book) shows students how to establish goals, deal with potential problems, and master the skills of successful time management ... (It shows) how to preview a textbook, how to listen and take notes in class, and how to use the library for research. (The text) provides students with a four-part reading process: preparing to read, read, understand, remember ... (It) presents three study systems, SQ4R, textbook marking, and textbook mapping ... (The book) gives students study strategies they use before, during, and after taking exams. -Pref.Qualifiers, in true-false questions, 347-348 Question guides, 368-372 Questions factual, 81 guide, 65, 129, 133, 289 interpretive, 82 in ... 215, 216-217 See also Question System of notetaking Question System of notetaking, 69, 78-83 Readersa#39; Guide to Periodical Literature. ... out loud, 142 preparation for, 17, 130- 135 rate of, 142 reacting to, by aquot;talking back, aquot; 139-141 to remember, 183-21 1 setting a study goal for, 1 30 sidetracks from, 141 in SQ4R system, 217-218 surveying chapteranbsp;...
|Title||:||Study skills in practice|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin College Div - 1992-12-01|