Natthamon Suwannaprom

Natthamon Suwannaprom

I am a PhD candidate in the School of Agriculture, Policy, and Development at the University of Reading.

Location UK

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  • @TayyebaMehmood The video will be uploaded today (Friday 2nd December). I hope you enjoy it. :)

  • The online library system is extremely useful for students. We hope that this step will be useful for your future studies. :)

  • You're welcome. :)

  • We are delighted that you find this step useful. I believe the online library catalogue will be beneficial to your future studies. :)

  • We hope this step will be beneficial to your studies. :)

  • @OlusolaEmmanuelAimasiko Absolutely! It was also extremely beneficial to my research.

  • You're very welcome. It is, indeed, well-organized. I can easily find journal articles for my research on the library's website. :)

  • I completely agree with you!

  • It's our pleasure. :)

  • @OlusolaEmmanuelAimasiko Thank you for responding and explaining. Text B is unquestionably related to the research question. I recommend that you read the educational perspectives on this topic in the pdf link above. :)

  • @EseosasereIgberaese Text B is useful. More explanations from an educator's perspective can be found in the pdf link above.:)

  • @MartinsWilliam Thank you for your response and comprehensive explanations. You made an excellent choice. Great!

  • @TeeMagz Thank you for providing your answers and excellent explanations. You've taken good steps to screen credible sources. That is brilliant!

  • Nice! Thank you for your comment. :)

  • @MaheswaranSivaramachandran I'm glad it was helpful to you. You can also use these techniques to screen which journal articles are relevant to your research. :)

  • Great!

  • @NnekaOkeke Thank you for your comment. As mentioned in Brian's pinned post above, one of the most important strategies is to keep your reading purpose in mind. We hope that this will assist you in improving your academic reading skills.

  • Definitely! It is a good idea to keep a reflective journal, either online or on paper, to record what you learn and read. You can try it. :)

  • Great! It is a good idea to start keeping a reflective journal so that you can keep track of what you read or learn throughout the day.

  • @MgKyawthu It may take some time to adjust to your new surroundings, but you will be fine after that.

  • Best wishes! :)

  • Great! I hope you have a good time in the UK.

  • We are delighted that you find it useful in preparing for your future studies. :)

  • Great! These are extremely useful.

  • @SomaiyaHoque I am the one who works in my room when I need to concentrate. If you want to change your working environment, some libraries have quiet areas for students who prefer to study in peace.

  • Of course, every university has a library, and students can use it for free. :)

  • @ToyinAfuape Thank you for your responses. I agree that it is dependent on the type of work.

  • Great! That is an excellent technique. Could you please tell us where your favourite place to work is? For instance, a library, your room, or a cafe.

  • @TayyebaMehmood It's great that you always apply critical thinking in your daily life. :)

  • @MudassarAli Of course, text A is relevant to the title; additionally, both text A and text B are journal articles from reliable sources. Great answers!

  • We hope that this reading technique will help you save time in the future when reading academic articles. :)

  • Thank you for your comment. We are glad to know that!

  • I think so. More reading, more learning, and more ideas

  • @OlusolaEmmanuelAimasiko Definitely! Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

  • @MudassarAli All of the techniques you mentioned are extremely useful, especially when looking for answers in articles. :)

  • Nice! Thank you for sharing.

  • Definitely!

  • @TeeMagz It's good that you're already using this technique. The following step goes into greater detail with the video. Enjoy!

  • @MaheswaranSivaramachandran That's fine. You will spend a lot of time if you read the entire text. Let's try these methods to get the main points of this text. :)

  • @ToyinAfuape Great! Thank you for your conclusion. This covered the important points to answer the research question.

  • @NIGHTVALENTINE That's fantastic! It's great that you like to read academic books. It is extremely beneficial for studying. There are many academic articles available online. :)

  • @IqraJaved It's wonderful to hear you enjoy reading. I agree that reading can help us improve a variety of skills in our lives. :)

  • Good point!

  • I agree that we prefer to read for enjoyment, but academic reading is sometimes necessary. :)

  • @SomaiyaHoque That was good preparation. :)

  • Definitely!

  • @OMARELMOUFAKKIR Very helpful! Psychology and people management books can sometimes help us figure out how to interact with others. Thank you for sharing. :)

  • @SomaiyaHoque Interesting! What about mystery and suspense novels? Do you like it as well?

  • @TayyebaMehmood Wow! It's great that you enjoy reading. You gave us a lot of reasons why you like it, and I like how you described it. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

  • @HassanSohail There are many different types of assessments in UK education, such as reports, group projects, and presentations. If you have a list of courses in mind, you can look up the assignments for each one in the course syllabus or on the course website. Best wishes for your post-graduate studies. :)

  • Well, I hope you find friendly people who are kind to you. :)

  • @EseosasereIgberaese Definitely! Public places are excellent places to meet new people with similar interests.

  • Exactly!

  • We hope you found it useful. :)

  • It's our pleasure!

  • Absolutely! :)

  • @NnekaOkeke Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I completely agree that more preparation leads to more confidence. This is necessary for a successful presentation. :)

  • @EseosasereIgberaese Great! It is a good idea to practise in front of the mirror. I believed it was a wonderful presentation, so he received a standing ovation. :)

  • @ToyinAfuape All of the techniques you mentioned above are excellent. Thank you for sharing these techniques with your classmates. :)

  • @OluwaseunOpoola Your post is very helpful. I've taken part in some presentations that allow the audience to participate. As a result, the presenter received an intention from the audience, and the audience understood the presentation's messages better.

  • @NnekaOkeke Thank you for your comment. We hope that these strategies will be beneficial for you in your future group work. :)

  • @HassanSohail Nice! It's great that you have so much experience with presentations. Thank you for sharing. :)

  • @MaheswaranSivaramachandran In this case, you can ask a friend who is a native speaker to correct you. Another useful technique is to check the pronunciation on the internet. :)

  • @MajaKwiatkowska No need to be concerned; proper preparation can lead to an effective presentation. The purpose of the presentation is to convey the key points to the audience. You can give a presentation using vocabulary that you are familiar with. :)

  • @ToyinAfuape Great! Regular practice is important in this case. :)

  • @HassanSohail Definitely! Where there's a will, there's a way. :)

  • @HassanSohail Very nice! That is an excellent opportunity to hone both your speaking and listening skills. :)

  • Thank you for contributing your ideas in many steps this week. See you next week! :)

  • We hope you find this week's information useful. See you next week:)

  • Great! You have a nice way of making friends. :)

  • @SomaiyaHoque I totally agree with this point. Having friends from different countries is a great way to learn about each country's culture and background.

  • @NIGHTVALENTINE Great! I like your idea of not being afraid to talk to others. :)

  • @MgKyawthu Nice! We're looking forward to hearing your audio. :)

  • Definitely! We are delighted you found it useful. :)

  • We are glad you found it useful. :)

  • @SomaiyaHoque Thank you for your comment. We are glad to know that!

  • @AlanAlves Nice! Thank you for sharing your technique. :)

  • @NIGHTVALENTINE That's a great point! Thank you for sharing.

  • @IqraJaved Great! All of the points you raised are good advice. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

  • @OlusolaEmmanuelAimasiko Thank you for sharing your ideas. That is great. Good preparation is necessary for a successful presentation.

  • @MgKyawthu That was a good start! :)

  • It's our pleasure. Welcome to week 2! :)

  • Hello, @NIGHTVALENTINE Welcome to week 2!

  • @SomaiyaHoque It's great to know that you enjoy this course. Welcome to Week 2. :)

  • I totally agree with you that good preparation is the key. :)

  • @OlusolaEmmanuelAimasiko Great! I agree that Ted talks are very useful for practising not only listening but also public speaking.

  • Excellent points! I agree that speaking with someone in English is a better way to improve the speaking skills. However, it is beneficial to practise in a variety of ways, such as watching movies and listening English news.

  • @SomaiyaHoque I know how you felt. My suggestions are that you prepare yourself for the seminars, including a script and presentation. Then you practise your presentation in front of a mirror and record your voice during the mock presentation. I believe that with these good preparations, you will become less nervous. :)

  • Interesting! Yes, listening to keep vocabulary and attempting to speak in similar situations is an excellent way to practise. Some people practise this technique while watching a movie. :)

  • Excellent quote!

  • Definitely, we can learn from our mistakes. It will be difficult to improve and get better at language communication if people do not speak because they are afraid of making a mistake. :)

  • It's fantastic that you're following your dreams! Best wishes. :)

  • @OMARELMOUFAKKIR Great! Good luck for your further studies in the UK. :)

  • Hello, @HassanSohail. Could you tell us about the universities in which you are interested?

  • There are numerous universities in the United Kingdom that are well-known for their mathematics programmes. You can start by looking for it in the research area that interests you. :)

  • Hello, @MUHAMMADARSHAD. Welcome to the course. You may visit the scholarship page below.
    https://study-uk.britishcouncil.org/scholarships-funding
    I hope you find it useful. :)

  • Hello there, @ToyinAfuape. Welcome to the course! If you have any concerns about the new environment, you can leave them in the comments section. We hope you enjoy the course! :)