- Are You Ready for College Level English Class?
- Building The Right Environment For Study
- Causes of study stress and how to overcome them
- General study tips for new or returning students
- How To Deal With Study Stress
- How To Deliver A Speech To A Class
- How To Overcome Study Block
- How To Study In A Group
- How To Take Notes In Class
- How to Focus When Studying and Be Completely Prepared for Your Exam
- How to Study for an Exam, Without Cramming
- How to Work Together as a Group To Deliver a Group Presentation (General Tips)
- How to avoid study procrastination
- How to stay healthy for studying
- How to use the Internet to study
- Memory Tips For Studying
- Note Taking and Revision Tips
- Study Tips: Audiobooks and studying on public transport
- Three Essay Writing Tips And The Difference between Spoken English and Written English
- Common Themes in Literature
- Best Places To Study For An Exam
- Getting the Most Out of Your Studying Time
- How To Deliver A “High Distinction” Presentation
- Studying for a Science Exam
- Proper Ways to Take Notes When Reading
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|4-5|| _____I am not certain that you've read the entire assignment.
____ Your ideas are presented in a random, difficult-to-follow manner
_____You see few "connections and make no "discoveries"
|6-7||_____It is obvious that you have read the entire assignment.
_____You have met the basic journal requirements; effort is evident.
_____You have discussed the main issues in this selection.
_____You include references to specific details in the assignment.
_____Your ideas are logically presented.
_____You've "connected" this assignment with other readings, discussions, ideas, etc.
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_____Your response goes well beyond basic requirements..
_____Your examination of the writer's ideas is thoughtful and thorough.
_____You've synthesized specifics into an original response.
_____Your ideas are clearly and forcefully presented.
_____Your "discoveries" reveal a higher understanding of this material.