Enabling Skills 2 develops the fundamental skills of studying at university. It builds on skills already learned in Enabling Skills 1, but introduces students to study strategies used broadly in social science. The course is taught in an interactive method, so that students are able to learn through participation. The course contains a number of written and spoken assignments which allow students to further deepen their reading, writing, thinking, researching and spoken skills. These assignments include report writing, critically reviewing material, gathering and analysis of data, and organising data into an archive. Similar to semester one, this course will be based around the general topic of technology.
This course is for Indigenous students completing the Humanities Pathway Program 7016.
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