Introduction to Political Science PART 6 – Classical Types of Government

As discussed in the previous post, Aristotle tried to use evidence to find the best kind of political community. He and other Greek philosophers compared the governments that existed at that time, and they identified six types: monarchy, tyranny, aristocracy, […]

Introduction to Political Science PART 4 – Studying Political Science

Welcome to the fourth in a series of several introductory post for non-native English speakers about political science. So far, we have learned that interests, power, and collective action are all aspects of politics, but what is the science of […]

Taking Notes in English – Part 6 of 7: Review, Revise and Preview Lecture Notes

I’ve so far posted on what tools to use, verbal cues, non-verbal cues, note-taking systems, and shorthand (abbreviations and symbols) for my series on note-taking. What follows is part six, which is about how to revise, review, and preview your […]

Taking Notes in English – PART 1 of 7: Tools

In this post I’m diving into the first post of seven in a series about note-taking in English. If you’re learning English at university through content-based instruction, you’ll definitely need to know how to take notes. How do you take […]