Academic Writing/Grammar 201

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  • Dates: August 12 – October 4, 2019
  • Level: B1 Intermediate
  • Teacher: Richard P Carrigan, MSE

Overview

Academic Writing/Grammar 2 builds a foundation to help you master not only the steps in the writing process, but also language essential for academic writing. In this course, you will learn and practice writing effective sentences, as well as the steps in writing descriptive, opinion, and compare and contrast paragraphs.

Lessons includes video presentations, authentic reading passages, and online assignments.  After you complete each lesson quiz, your teacher will grade your assignments, and give you feedback when needed.

What will you learn?

  • Write effective compound and complex sentences
  • identify and understand main ideas and supporting details
  • use appropriate words and grammar to express your ideas
  • write well-formed paragraphs

Academic Honesty

The Nelson Center encourages honesty in every phase of learning and values transparency in the use of information from other writers.

Students enrolled in the various courses are expected to always do their own work, and when using information from other writers to credit them by proper citation and references.

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Syllabus

Tentative Schedule for 2019/2020