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Studying with Dyslexia (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 180
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Pocket Study Skills

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Paperback - 9781352000399

24 October 2017

$11.99

Ebook - 9781352000405

13 July 2020

$9.99

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Full of practical advice and visual examples, this compact book provides learners with the tools and knowledge to work with their dyslexia. The book’s accessible layout and engaging style supports students with dyslexia and...

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Full of practical advice and visual examples, this compact book provides learners with the tools and knowledge to work with their dyslexia. The book’s accessible layout and engaging style supports students with dyslexia and enables them to take control of their studies and learn in ways that are most effective for them. It covers all the core study skills, including reading, writing and revision, and includes guidance on how to manage time effectively.

This is an ideal resource for students of all levels who want advice on how to manage their dyslexia in a positive way.

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  • Helps dyslexic students to become more effective and efficient in their learning, with coverage of a wide range of study skills
  • Provides information on the support systems available to students at university
  • Presents topics in a highly visual format, with illustrations, mind maps and flowcharts throughout



  • Includes more coverage on the latest assistive technology (including apps) which is available to students
  • Contains more material on how to manage other SpLDs, including dyspraxia


Acknowledgements
Introduction
PART I: IT IS OK TO DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY
1. Working with your dyslexia
PART II: STUDY SKILLS AT UNIVERSITY
2. Organisation
3. Time Management
4. Dealing with information
5. Doing research
6. Reading
7. Writing
8. Checking everything
9. Revision and memory
10. Exams
11. Dealing with seminars, group work and presentations
12. A final word... have confidence to study your own way!
PART III: SUPPORT FOR DYSLEXIC STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY
References
Useful Contacts
Useful Resources
Index.
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Janet Godwin currently works at Oxford Brookes University, UK, for the Upgrade Study Advice Service and the Dyslexia SpLD service where she teaches study skills to students. Janet is also the author of Planning Your Essay. After a career in industry, Janet took up teaching and recognised that some students' performance was variable. This sparked an interest in dyslexia/SpLD.

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Janet Godwin currently works at Oxford Brookes University, UK, for the Upgrade Study Advice Service and the Dyslexia SpLD service where she teaches study skills to students. Janet is also the author of Planning Your Essay. After a career in industry, Janet took up teaching and recognised that some students' performance was variable. This sparked an interest in dyslexia/SpLD.

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