This accessible guide uses real tutor and university marking criteria, assignments, reading lists and texts to explore common myths about reading and making notes, and takes you quickly but clearly through each stage of these key activities.
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Reading and making notes at university is different from studying at school and college. Common questions students have include:
- what exactly do my tutors expect from me?
- how do I decide what to read from a long reading list?
- how can I make sure my notes will really help me produce excellent work?
This practical pocket guide takes you through all stages of reading and note making, from different reading purposes to making the most effective use of your notes. Features include:
- real university marking criteria, assignments, reading lists and texts
- examples of common pitfalls to avoid when using notes in an assignment
- new to this edition – an expanded 'Making Notes' section with even more text extracts and examples
Jeanne has been teaching and managing in the field of English language and academic writing for over twenty years and currently lectures at the University of Leeds UK. She has been Chair of the British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes and set up one of the first academic writing centres in a UK university. Jeanne is author of The Student Phrase Book, How to Use Your Reading in Your Essays, Reading and Making Notes and Writing for University.
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