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What film clips are you referring to?
   
  thanks,
  debra

"McConnell, Antoinette" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
  Hello:

I use and very much like "Higher Learning: Reading and Writing about
College" by See and Taylor. Each reading is really short so several can
be assigned at one time. I show related film clips which seem to really
engage student learning and help to make the points related to both self
development and critical thinking. The book is published by
Pearson/Prentice Hall. 

Antoinette McConnell
Coordinator, Project Success

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Subject: Student Development Reader

We offer a first year seminar for underprepared students who do not meet
the university's admission requirements but have successfully completed
a Summer Bridge Program. The course focuses more on student development
than study skills and uses On Course by Skip Downing. Can anyone
recommend a good companion reader that helps students develop critical
thinking skills while practicing their reading skills? 



Stephen O. Wallace, Ph.D.

Coordinator Developmental Education and Advising Development

Shippensburg University

114 Horton Hall

(717) 477-1395

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