Learning to Learn Student Activities for Developing Work, Study and Exam-writing Skills by Mike Coles, Chas White, Pip Brown


Learning to Learn Student Activities for Developing Work, Study and Exam-writing Skills by Mike Coles, Chas White, Pip Brown

This remarkable book shows teachers how to share the secrets of learning with students.

Using straightforward language, Learning to Learn presents an interesting, systematic, and flexible approach to the key components needed for success in and out of the classroom. New and effective skills to help students work and study are presented along with activities to guide them towards developing better work habits.

The book is organized around seven major factors that are essential to effective student learning and success: time management;notemaking;library and research skills;reading strategies;learning techniques;essay writing;preparing for and writing exams.Each of the seven units includes practical teaching suggestions--how to introduce or present each activity, the estimated amount of class time required, possible discussion questions, and additional related activities. All student activity pages are in an easy-to-copy format that saves time.

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112 pages


Mike Coles, Chas White, Pip Brown
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Publication date

15th January 2003



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