INVESTING IN YOUR EDUCATION, 2nd Edition, enables students to grasp the connections between all the courses they take during the first year, the success skills they need in college, and the learning that will take place both in and outside the classroom. The textbook is based on the idea that students are making an enormous investment by going to college: an intellectual investment, a financial investment, and an investment of time. The Second Edition expands on this theme, aligning lessons in academic and life skills with readings from textbooks, journals, magazines, websites, and other news sources. This text exposes students to a broad range of disciplines they will likely encounter in their college career, and offers the opportunity to apply study skills to their future career. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Textbooks that teach writing provide examples of the different forms of writing. Textbooks ... Read examples not just for understanding of content ac but for structure. A narrative essay is different, for example, from a comparison/contrast essay.
|Title||:||Investing in Your College Education: Learning Strategies with Readings|
|Author||:||Kathleen Hartman, Thomas Stewart|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2009-01-29|