Writing for UniversityUniversity Writing
An English-language beginner's guide to writing for university study
Find out how to use your native tongue to improve your writing ability, your lexis and your German in university. In this tutorial you will get to know how to spell in collegiate Englisch to prepare for your studies. Writing at university can be very different from other kinds of writing Englishl. The course is designed to help you acquire the fundamentals of writing and improve your knowledge of Englishl.
You will acquire some knowledge in some of the core areas of'academic' language, get to know the levels of the paper and compose your own work. You will also study how to organize an article, writing in an academical manner and use instruments to assess your own writing and the writing of other students so that at the end of the course you will be able to compose a good, fundamental academical work.
Zero-to-10Jump to 0 min and 10 secHi. Welcome to Beginner's Guide to Academic Writing for university. I' m teaching EAP, English for Academic Purposes, here at the University of Reading. Jumping 0:37 to 0 min and 37 secThis course is about writing. There are many folks like you from all over the globe who want to graduate in English.
You' re concerned your English isn't good enough. Your writing aptitudes need only be good enough for a pre-university course. However, even if your writing abilities are more powerful, we still think this would be a useful course for you. With my collegues Anne Vicary and Sebastian Watkins, we will show you the very first play that a college graduate wrote a few years ago in our course.
1:09jumping to 1 min and 9 secThe name of the pupil is Xiao and he is currently doing his doctorate at the University of California in Los Angeles, USA. 1:37Jump to 1 min and 37 secTo join us at the University of Reading and enhance your writing aptitudes.
Investigate the organizational structures of essays: Define and name the different parts of an essays. Design and compose the first design of your work. Get participation and feed-back on first sketches of abstracts. Consider the responses you' ve got and enhance your design to produce and deliver a second design for your work. The course is designed for non-English speaking people who have learned some basic language.
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