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Aimed at providing non-native English speakers with the skills needed to study overseas at an English-speaking University, this practical handbook prepares students to live abroad, understand university culture, and to improve their English. It is built around activities that give hands-on practice to make overseas university study a success.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15.24mm | 476g
  • Red Globe Press
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 2008 ed.
  • 240 p.
  • 023054519X
  • 9780230545199
  • 1,225,988

Table of contents

Introduction.- Values and Working Relationships.- Understanding the Experience of Mental Distress.- Social Circumstances and Life Events: How Damaging Social Experiences May Contribute to Mental Distress.- Power, Agency and Social Capital.- Personality Adaptations, Resilience and Vulnerability.- Families, Relationships and Social Systems.- Social Models of Mental Distress.- Early Intervention and Crisis Resolution.- Recovery and SocialParticipation.- Risk Taking and Safeguarding.- Assessment, Action Planning and Self-directed Support.- Concluding Comments: Putting Social Theory and Research Into Practice.
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'I am still unable to locate any similar texts aimed at the international student market.' - Ann Wakefield, University of Manchester, UK 'Written in a generic way, the authors show a keen awareness of the many difficulties faced by international students. What makes this book accessible, despite its ambitious coverage, is its clear language and presentation.' - Siew Hean Read, Language Consultant, English Language Self-Access Centre, University of Auckland
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About Nick Moore

DR. HAYO REINDERS (www.innovationinteaching.org) is Professor of Education and Head of Department at Unitec in New Zealand and Dean of the Graduate School at Anaheim University in the United States. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the journal 'Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching'. Hayo's interests are in educational technology, learner autonomy, and out-of-class learning and his most recent books are on teaching methodologies, digital games, and second language acquisition. He edits a book series on 'New Language Learning and Teaching Environments' for Palgrave Macmillan.

NICK MOORE manages the learning centre at Languages International in New Zealand where he also provides training to language teachers.

MARILYN LEWIS has recently retired as Senior Lecturer at The University of Auckland, New Zealand. She now teaches in workshops across New Zealand and South-East Asia. She is the author of How to Study Foreign Languages and co-author of Study Skills for Speakers of English as a Second Language.
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