Study Skills Success is for students in their final years at school and first year in higher education. It provides comprehensive coverage of skills and resources that will enable them to approach their academic studies effectively and with confidence.
Upper Intermediate to Advanced
North American English
The ten units are:
Each unit begins with a video introduction where a teacher explains a challenge learners will face ("No matter what subject you study, you’ll have a mountain of books and articles to read...") and students give their own views based on their own experiences. The unit then takes learners through a series of teaching points and interactive activities, helping them to develop the skills and strategies they need to meet this challenge.
There are two new units on Independent Learning and Critical Thinking. There is more extensive use of authentic texts: articles, book blurbs, websites, a BBC lecture... And each unit has been comprehensively enhanced and extended based on feedback from the hundreds of schools and universities already using Study Skills Success.
The program is ideal as a self access resource or as integrated classwork or homework components of a taught course, where it can (optionally) be delivered through Blackboard, Moodle or other VLEs.
Help your students prepare to study in English - with Study Skills Success!
Network versions require Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Online versions are hosted by Clarity
There is a choice of licence types: network or online. The main difference is how students will access the learning resources.
The network version is installed within your institution and can be accessed by students only on computers within the centre.
Find out more on how the network licence works
The online version is available to students from any computer with access to the Internet. Students simply go to the site and log in. If you are using Results Manager (Learner Tracking licence), their scores will be kept on a central database which you, as a teacher, can similarly access from any computer connected to the Internet.
Find out more on how the online licence works
If you plan to use the program solely within the institution, you should choose the network version; if you would like to integrate the resource into post-class or homework activities, you need the online version.