A Guide to Learning Independently

Lorraine Marshall & Frances Rowland , Open University Press , 1998
This book will teach you, or help you improve, the skills necessary to function efficiently at university; for example how to use and evaluate research material, understand and take notes in lectures, and how to participate in seminars.
  • 0335203663 1083
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2
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Academic Reading and Study Skills for International Students

Lisa Rosenthal & Susan Blake Rowland , Prentice Hall , 1986
This book is designed to teach reading skills as they relate to study skills. It emphasizes using the dictionary and using the library as well as learning reading and vocabulary skills. It includes authentic passages from college texts to help students make the trasition from Esl to regular college work
  • 0-130-00563-0 678
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1

Brain Train - Studying for Success

Richard Palmer & Chris pope , E & FN Spon , 1992
The advice offered in this book will help the student find and adopt the study methods most suited to their needs. There are useful chapters on essay planning and writing, speedreading, taking notes and examination techniques.
  • 0-419-13110-8 917
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

Critical Reasoning - A Practical Introduction

Anne Thomson , Routledge , 2002
This book offers the opportunity to practise reasoning in a clear-headed and critical way, with the aims of developing an awareness of the importance of reasoning well, and of improving the reader's skill in analysing and evaluating arguments.
  • 0-415-24120-0 2416
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

Learning to Study in English

Brian Heaton & Don Dunmore , Macmillan , 1992
This book is a comprehensive course for intermediate and lower intermediate students who need to improve their study skills for college, polytechnic and university courses where the medium of instruction is English. Can be used either on its own or in conjunction with a coursebook, and the individual units can be studied either in sequence or according to the students' particular requirements
  • 0-333-57288-2 918
  • 1 copies
  • B1 B2

Longman Brain Trainer Advanced

Jonathan O'Brien , Addison Wesley Longman Ltd , 1999
This study guide aims to help students develop study skills, better organization and more confidence for learning, exams and life beyond. It covers reading and memory, stress control, organisation, environment, equipment and time, allowing for individual learning styles and personalities
  • 0-582-36875-8 2417
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2
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Palgrave Study Skills: Critical Thinking Skills

Cottrell, S. , Palgrave
Ever seen the comment \'more analysis needed\' on your work and not been sure what to do next? If you have \"Critical Thinking Skills\" will help you face the challenge of the next level.
  • 9781403996855 104272
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Panorama - An Advanced Course of English for Study and Examinations

Williams, R. , Longman , 1991
Panorama is a complete study skills course based on a series of environmental topics.
  • 0-582-55358-X 7382
  • 1 copies

Panorama: Advanced Course of English for Study and Examinations

Ray Williams , Longman , 1982
  • 978-0582553583 113037
  • 1 copies
  • C1 C2

Panorama: Teacher's Book Advanced Course of English for Study and Examinations

Ray Williams , Longman , 1983
  • 0582748801 113035
  • 2 copies
  • C1 C2

Study skills in English

Wallace, M.J. , Cambridge University Press , 1980
  • 9780521221108 1084
  • 2 copies

Study skills in English: a course in reading skills for academic purposes

Wallace, M.J. , Cambridge University Press , 2004
Master CD available in LG11
  • 9780521533850 102950
  • 1 copies

The Student's Guide to Exam Success

Eileen Tracy , Open University Press , 2002
The Student's Guide to Exam Success offers advice on fundamental student skills such as timetabling, note-taking, memorising, research, use of the internet, essay-writing and exam technique. Exams frighten almost everyone and fear of failure (and fear of success) can inhibit learning. The variety of attitudes students have to the prospect of being assessed will determine how successfully they adopt and develop study strategies for exam success. This book looks at developing emotional strength in response to the increasingly heavy demands made on students in the modern world. It offers a variety of strategies to help students to: • Develop self-awareness • Find out how to stop procrastinating and worrying about results, and start to enjoy their work • Learn about the dangers of swotting • Develop the necessary confidence to handle reading lists, coursework, presentations and practicals • Learn to deal with tutors, lecturers and examiners
  • 0-335-20727-8 1085
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

The Study Skills Handbook

Stella Cottrell , Palgrave , 1999
If you are finding it hard to manage your time or learn anything from lectures, unsure about the best way to tackle an essay assignment, or worried about coping with research or revision, this book will help you meet the challenge. Carefully designed to be easy to read, you can use it either as a handy reference as and when needed, or read it in stages as you progress through your course.
  • 0-333-75189-2 336
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

University Foundation Study Research and Referencing Course Book

Anthony Manning & Andrew O'Cain (with Jane Brooks) , Garnet , 2007
TASK is a flexible learning resource that has been carefully designed to develop the key transferable skills that promote students' success in university and college study.
  • 978185964924-4 8877
  • 1 copies
  • B1 B2

Use Your Head

Tony Buzan , BBC Books , 2001
This book is useful for anyone who wishes to discover the true potential of their learning ability and is especially recommended for students. It highlights the tremendous power of the human mind and shows how much scope there is for improvement. Buzan shows why our mental performance often does not match our potential
  • 0-563-53729-9 2418
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2
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