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How to Study A Short Introduction by Joan Turner
  

How to Study A Short Introduction

Part of the Sage Study Skills Series Series

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How to Study A Short Introduction by Joan Turner

`This book is a must-read for all students trying to grapple their way through and somehow 'finish college'' - Sharada Prahladrao, The Decan Herald Any student can improve their learning in higher education if they want to, and the aim of this guide is to help you along this route, not by claiming there is only one right way to do things but by building awareness of different approaches, attitudes, and strategies. Key to this is the notion of active learning which is highlighted throughout the book with the acronym ASCERTAIN whose individual letters signal a range of different strategies and attitudes relevant in different contexts. Throughout, there is an awareness that among the different cultures students participate in, academic culture has its own set of values which academic staff tend to take for granted, but which students may need to have a greater awareness of, and build into your thinking and working. SAGE Study Skills are essential study guides for students of all levels. From how to write great essays and succeeding at university, to writing your undergraduate dissertation and doing postgraduate research, SAGE Study Skills help you get the best from your time at university. Visit the SAGE Study Skills hub for tips, resources and videos on study success!

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`This book is a must-read for all students trying to grapple their way through and somehow 'finish college'' - Sharada Prahladrao, The Decan Herald


About the Author

Joan Turner is a senior lecturer and Head of the Language Studies Centre at Goldsmiths. She has a broad professional interest in language teaching and learning pedagogies, across the institutional contexts in which they are situated. Her specific research interests are in language and culture in higher education and she has published on intercultural communication, academic literacy, English for Academic Purposes, and conceptual metaphors underpinning rationality in the western academic tradition. Her latest book (under review for Multilingual Matters) is entitled: Languaging in the Academy.

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Publication date

15th April 2002

Author

Joan Turner

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Publisher

SAGE Publications Inc

Format

Paperback
162 pages

Categories

Higher & further education, tertiary education
Study & learning skills: general

ISBN

9780761968085

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