By the end of this chapter you will have considered: the differences between reading at pre-university and at university;how to use your reading for a range of different purposes;the way to use reading as part of the study cycle;a range of strategies for managing the reading demands of your course, and how to plan for your reading;the role of literary theory in reading at university;two worked examples of how theory can be used in your studies;how to prepare for the theoretical demands of your course;a range of methods for recording your reading and the importance of doing so;reading for pleasure.
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