By Peter Levin
This obtainable and succinct consultant will permit scholars to learn and write successfully and efficiently--leading to grades that do justice to the paintings they installed. functional tricks and recommendations that actually paintings are coupled with insights into educational writing, serious studying, and strategies of presentation.
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This ebook offers over 500 functional feedback designed to assist tutors identify lively studying among their scholars. Divided into necessary sections the guidelines disguise the whole diversity of training and studying events and contain a 'start anywhere', dip-in source compatible for either the newcomer and the outdated hand.
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The ‘shape’ of your map has some important messages for you. If it consists entirely of islands, don’t waste your time trying to invent links (but do check with your teacher in case you have overlooked something important, and while you’re about it ask why this book has been commended to you). If there are just a few islands, those blocks are evidently not part of the ‘mainstream’ of the author’s exposition, and for the purposes of exploratory reading you can probably safely ignore them. Sometimes you will also see that certain parts of the book did not contribute to the conclusions – they aren’t actually mentioned in the final chapter – and you will be able to ignore these deviations or leave them until later.
Fourth, if you’re starting a new subject you’ll certainly find it reassuring to have a textbook that covers the whole course, or – failing that – to be pointed to a short introductory book or a review article or two. That’s OK for starters, but such ‘potted’ treatments do little to help you to develop your reasoning in the subject, and in many cases they are inadequate as sources of quotations. So get into the habit of checking out the original sources that they draw on. Apart from anything else, this will help to alert you to the limitations and deficiencies that are to be found in secondary sources, and thereby further develop your critical reading skills.
Go about your task in whatever way feels comfortable to you and best suited to you and the particular task you’re engaged on. Before you can begin your treasure hunt for those precious ‘nuggets’, you have to be clear what you are looking for, what will be relevant to your task. Your starting point will be the topic which you have chosen or which has been assigned to you. I expect you already know about topics. ] at the end. g. ’. ’. ’. The problem: You’re expected to apply techniques and reasoning to the data given to arrive at a solution.
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