There are moments in nearly everyone's degree when one has to do something - lead a seminar, go on a fieldtrip, cite references, think through arguments - but how to do it or what to expect is unclear. Studying at university requires a slightly different approach to studying at school and if you are uncertain about what is required, this is the book for you. Packed with practical hints, study tips, short cuts and examples, this book is designed to help you throughout your degree. Designed for all geography students, this guide delves into coping with conflicting time commitments, constructing essays, presentations with posters and in class, managing different styles of assessment, dissertations, tutorial activities, discussion and debate, and much, much more. Updated and revised throughout, this new edition contains a new chapter on Careers and CVs, showing how geography can help you develop skills of use to future employers.paragraph. In a lengthyessay, restricting paragraphs toone idea plus its supporting argument should make your message clearer. ... Synonyms. Part of the richnessof English comes from the many synonyms that add variety, depth and readabilityto writing. ... We might infer from a dataset that the world is flat, or a lecturer might imply during a discussion that the world is flat. Have a ... Answers on p279. 1.
|Title||:||Study Skills for Geography Students: A Practical Guide 2nd Edition|
|Author||:||Pauline E Kneale|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-04-23|