Improve Your Reading and Study Skills

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9780070244436: Improve Your Reading and Study Skills

IMPROVE YOUR READING AND STUDY SKILLS is intended for developmental reading and study skills courses. It features a holistic approach with integrated instruction and practice activities that draw upon students' valuable prior experience (their knowledge, feelings, observations, and skills) as a basis for introducing and developing essential academic skills. The text leads students through highly supportive, step-by-step instruction designed to help them identify, explore, and develop the attitudes and skills of successful college students. Through analysis, discussion, and role-play, student acquire strategies for developing motivation, assertive behaviors, time management skills, understanding course content, learning retention, and test taking skills. Most importantly, they learn that to succeed they must become active learners.

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