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Programme: English for Academic Purposes: Academic Writing
Course: LN991 Academic Writing Skills
Description:
  • For students from the departments of Economic History, European Institute, Government, International History, International Relations, School of Public Policy and Marshall Institute who speak English as a foreign language and require support when writing essays, exams and dissertations.
  • By the end of the course, students will: (a) be familiar with the conventions of academic writing (b) have improved the accuracy, clarity and coherence of their written English (c) have practised clear organisation of texts and appropriate paragraphing (d) have extended their range of lexical and grammatical expression (e) be able to evaluate their own writing (f) be able to write more fluently and confidently.
  • 8 hours of classes in the MT. 8 hours of classes in the LT.
  • Classes will be in Weeks 2-5 and Weeks 7-10 of MT and LT. 1-2-1 tutorials will be available in the Week 6 reading week of MT and LT.
  • You can sign up for any of the classes listed below.
  • Classes have 'multiple' weekly meetings, i.e. a class each week and you can click below (on the +) to see exact dates and times.
Prerequisites:
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