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College Success Strategies  무료배송

 
지은이 : Nist / Holschuh
출판사 : Longman
ISBN : 0321332180
예상출고일 : 입금확인후 2일 이내
주문수량 :
도서가격 : 30,000원 ( 무료배송 )
적립금 : 900 Point
     

 
The concise and affordable Penguin Academic Edition of College Success Strategies, 2/e, teaches students the skills and strategies that will enable them to be lifelong learners capable of knowing how to approach new and challenging material in college and beyond. Although the first priority of College Success Strategies is to help students learn effectively in their college courses, the skills they learn from this text will serve them well in the future in a variety of learning situations. College Success Strategies is designed to engage students in thought about their own learning and the important role they play in the learning process. Because effective learning is a complex process, the authors have based College Success Strategies on the idea that there are four key factors that must interact for learning to occur: 1.) The characteristics of the learner (motivation, interest, beliefs, etc); 2.) The tasks that students are asked to do (both the level of thinking required and type of assessment); 3.) The strategies that students must use (previewing, annotation, mapping, etc); and 4.) The characteristics of the texts with which students interact (textbooks, lecture, internet, and other sources of information). The strategies used in this book are based on the authors' many years of experience interacting with college students and professors, as well as their own research focusing on how college students study. Students are often unprepared for the study demands of college and therefore overwhelmed and frustrated with the work. It takes more than just a few simple tips for a student to succeed academically and this book is designed to help students obtain lifelong methods and strategies to achieve success in college and beyond.


Every chapter begins with “Self Evaluation.”

I. WELCOME TO COLLEGE SUCCESS STRATEGIES.
1. Now That You're Here.
How Does College Differ fro High School?
What Special Situations Can You Expect to Encounter in College, Sooner or Later?
Real College: Wanda's Woes.
Thinking Critically.
Add to your Portfolio.

2. Active Learning: What's in It for You?
What Do Active Learners Do?
Benefits of Active Learning.
Four Factors That Influence Learning.
The Holistic Nature of Active Learning.
Real College: Malcolm's Malingering.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

3. How You Learn.
The Role of Memory: Two Theories.
Stretching Your Memory.
The Role of Learning Styles.
Using Your Senses to Learn.
Real College:  Leo’s Learning Style.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

4. Interacting with Your Professors.
What Is a Professor?
Some General Tips About Interacting with Professors.
Talking with Your Professors.
Real College: Marsha's Mistake.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

5. What Is It I'm Supposed to Do, Anyhow?
What Is a Task?
How Can You Get Information About the Task?
Technology in College Classrooms.
Real College: Tina's Task.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

II. SELF MANAGEMENT: YOUR LEARNING CHARACTERISTICS.
6. Getting Organized: Managing Yourself and Your Time.
Managing Yourself.
Managing Your Time.
Creating a Schedule You Can Live With.
Planning for Midterms and Finals.
Real College: Janice's Jam.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

7. Academic Energy: Motivation, Attitudes and Interests.
What Influences Motivation?
What Motivates People?
Staying Motivated.
Changing Attitudes and Interests.
Maintaining a Positive Attitude.
The Role of Interests.
Real College: Martin's Misery.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

8. Just What Do You Believe Anyway?
The Five Components of Beliefs that Influence Learning.
Changing Your Beliefs.
Evaluating Internet Information.
Real College: College Knowledge.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

9. Dealing with Stress.
Sources of Stress.
Strategies for Reducing Stress.
Academic Stress: Anxieties.
Three Tips for Reducing Academic Stress.
Real College: Andrea's Anxiety.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

III. STRATEGIES FOR COLLEGE LEARNING.
History Chapter.
Psychology Chapter.

10. PREREADING STRATEGIES.
Gearing Up for Reading.
Success at a Glance.
Real College: Fast Frank.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

11. STRATEGIC READING.
Reading Done “Write”: Staying Active During Reading.
What is Annotation?
What Types of Information Should you Annotate?
Studying Your Annotations.
Annotation Pitfalls.
Some Common Concerns About Annotations.
Real College: Hillary's Highlighter.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

12. Rehearsing After Reading.
What Is Rehearsal?
Why is Rehearsal Important?
Written and Verbal Rehearsal Strategies.
Strategy Selection.
Real College: Conrad's Confusion.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

13. REVIEWING STRATEGIES.
Reviewing.
Real College: Enrico’s Excuses.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

14. Take Note! Lectures: A Different Kind of Text.
The Importance and Characteristics of Good Lecture Notes.
Getting Ready to Take Notes.
Taking Good Lecture Notes.
Annotating and Self-Testing After Note-Taking.
Note-Taking Myths.
Real College: Chad's Challenge.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.


15. Strategies Across the Disciplines.
Textbook Characteristics.
Using Technology to Study.
Real College: Caroline's Courses.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

16. Becoming Flexible: Varying Your Reading Rate.
Flexible Reading.
Habits That Slow Reading Down.
Increasing Your Reading Speed.
How Fast Should You Read?
Real College: Rudy's Reading Rate.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

IV. PREPARING FOR YOUR COLLEGE EXAMS.
17. Preparing for Objective Exams.
General Test Preparation Strategies.
Preparing for and Taking Objective Exams.
Real College: Teddy's Tactics.
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

18. Preparing for and Taking Essay Exams and Specialty Exams.
PORPE.
Taking the Essay Exam.
A Word About Identification Items.
Specialized Exams.
Open Book Exams.
Take Home Exams.
Real College: Iris's Intentions (Gone Awry!).
Thinking Critically: Something to Think About and Discuss.
Add to your Portfolio.

Appendix.


'This book was new and in perfect condition. Too bad the contents of the book weren't as glorious. "

"Dr. Hoslchuh and Sherie Nist have again created a user freindly guide to help one improve their learning skills.

The skills taught in this book will indeed serve readers well in the future in a variety of learning situations.

See also Active Learning: Strategies for College Success and
College Rules!: How to Study, Survive and Succeed in College by
by Sherrie L. Nist, Jodi Patrick Holschuh. "

   
 
   
 
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