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Getting the students to reflect on their thinking,College Reading and Study Skillsis a developmental level reading and study text depicting reading as a process and providing concise instruction, skill application exercises, and exercises using textbook excerpts to contribute to success in college. Metacognition (reflecting on their thoughts); reading as a process; skill application; ample textbook excerpts.
Table of Contents
|Success Workshops Learn Everything You Can in the First Week|
|Get the Most Out of Your Textbooks Polish Your Academic Image Participate in Class Strengthen|
|Your Concentration Stay Healthy and Relaxed|
|Work with Your Classmates Learn from Feedback Establish Your Academic|
|Integrity Keep a Vocabulary Log|
|Building A Foundation For College Success|
|Setting Goals and Managing Your Time|
|Establishing Your Goals and Priorities Analyzing Your Time|
|Commitments Building a Term Plan Building Your Weekly Schedule Time-Saving|
|Tips for Students with Busy Schedules Fighting the Tendency to Procrastinate|
|Multimedia Activities: Setting Goals and Managing Your Time|
|Learning Style and Learning Strategies|
|Analyzing Your Learning Style Understanding Your Instructors Teaching Styles|
|Meeting Your Instructors Expectations Developing Active Learning Strategies|
|Thinking Critically Multimedia Activities: Learning Style and Learning Strategies|
|Understanding How Learning and Memory Work|
|Forgetting An Overview of the Learning and Memory Process Original Learning When to Review|
|How to review Multimedia Activities: Understanding How Learning and Memory Work|
|Taking Notes in Class Sharpening Your Listening Skills Preparing for a Lecture Class|
|How to Take Lecture Notes|
|How to Edit Your Notes How to Study Your|
|Notes Multimedia Activities: Taking Notes in Class|
|Reading Textbooks And Assignments|
|Active Reading Strategies Prereading and Predicting Discovering|
|What You Already Know Defining Your Purposes for Reading|
|Checking Your Comprehension|
|Strengthening Your Comprehension Multimedia Activities: Active Reading Strategies|
|Understanding Paragraphs Three Essential Elements of a Paragraph How to Identify the Topic|
|How to Find the Main Idea Where to Find the Topic Sentence Recognizing Details Transitions Unstated Main Ideas Multimedia Activities: Understanding Paragraphs|
|Following Thought Patterns The Organization of Textbook Chapters|
|The Structure of Articles and Essays Types of Supporting Information Recognizing Organizational Patterns Multimedia Activities: Following Thought Patterns|
|Reading Graphics and Technical Writing Reading Graphics Types of Graphics Reading Technical Writing Multimedia Activities: Reading Graphs and Technical Writing|
|Reading and evaluating Electronic Sources|
|How to Locate Electronic Sources on the Web Evaluating Internet Sources Why Electronic Text Requires New Reading Strategies Developing New Ways of Thinking and Reading Avoiding Cyberplagiarism|
|When Reading and Conducting Research on the Web Multimedia Activities: Reading and Evaluating Electronic Sources|
|Critical Reading And Thinking|
|Evaluating the Authors Message Make Inferences as You Read Evaluate the Data and Evidence|
|Evaluate the Source Examine the Authors Qualifications Distinguish Between Fact or Opinion Identify the Authors Purpose Be Alert for Bias Analyze the Authors Tone Evaluate the Data and Evidence|
|Analyze Arguments Multimedia Activities: Critical Thinking and Reading|
|Evaluating the Authors techniques Pay Attention to Connotative Language|
|Examine Figurative Language Watch for Missing Information Be Alert for Generalizations|
|Examine the Authors Assumptions Watch for Manipulative Language|
|Developing Your V|
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