Six steps to success

This post was originally added to Learnhigher on: 14th Jan, 2012
Activity time: 40 minutes
Types of media: Handout/s, Slides, Powerpoint file, Word document
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Description
A presentation outlining a whole new approach to successful study. The six steps are: S = Study Techniques and practices O = Overview C = Creativity C = Communicate effectively E = Emotions R = Review, review, review Also includes a booklet for students' reference, and some suggested activities to follow the presentation.
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Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0

(This resource can be freely repurposed and reused)

Categories
Critical Thinking and Reflection, Note making, Oral Communication, Reading, Time Management, Visual Literacy and Creativity

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For a session with students to get them interested in a whole new approach to successful study. The ppt can be used to support a session exploring the six steps –and the booklet can be placed in the VLE for students to explore at their leisure.

Currently the booklet refers to additional information in Burns & Sinfield (2004) Essential Study Skills: the complete guide to success at university London; Sage. Reference to this book can just be deleted from this Word file – or the user can supplement the information therein by referring to their own additional resources – or to other on-line resources see for example www.learnhigher.ac.uk

 

Activity: trial the ppt session with a group of students, then:

  • Invite the students to put various practices into operation and to feedback …
  • Invite the students to make a teaching/learning resource on one area covered to be used with another group of students.

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