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SpLD group workshop: Motivation and Procrastination

Duration: For: Date: Time: 90 mins Live
Students engaged with support from Enabling Services
Tuesday, March 09, 2021
17:00 - 18:30
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Designed for students with a specific learning difficulty such as Dyslexia, this workshop will explore strategies for reducing procrastination and increasing motivation. The aim of this workshop is to help you to identify the reasons why you may postpone or avoid study, look in detail at the relationship between procrastination and motivation, and, finally, consider a range of strategies to help get you motivated! Many of these strategies focus on reducing the overwhelm around tasks, by using realistic target setting, creative thinking, and effective time management. There will be opportunities to ask questions related to your own work and share experiences with others, in a small, informal group setting.

 

SpLD group workshop: Introduction to Study Skills Part C: Academic writing and proof reading

Duration: For: Date: Time: 60 mins Live
Students engaged with support from Enabling Services
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
15:00 - 16:00
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Designed for students with a specific learning difficulty such as Dyslexia, this workshop is designed to review the academic essay structure and writing style.  We will provide advice and basic guidelines on sentence length and content, together with paragraph structure in academic writing.  We will demonstrate editing and proof reading strategies such as ‘Reverse Outline.’  There will be opportunities to ask questions related to your own work and share experiences with others, in a small, informal group setting. This is part of a series of small group workshops, aimed at students with a specific learning difficulty, such as Dyslexia. Students may choose to attend Parts A, B and C, however there is no requirement to attend all three sessions.