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English Language Workshop Descriptions

English language workshop descriptions

English language Weeks 1-9

Week 2

Academic writing in English: comparison
Learn the language used to compare, rank and link ideas in academic writing - In this workshop you will develop the language used to compare qualities, quantities and ideas in your academic writing. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.
Communicate with confidence: comparison
Intensive speaking practice on the language of comparison - Develop your academic communication skills in spoken English in this practical, friendly workshop. Get easy-to-apply tips and helpful feedback to explain your comparisons and decisions. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.

Week 3

Academic writing in English: process
Learn the language used to describe scientific processes and methods - In this workshop you will develop the language used to discuss methods and processes. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.
Communicate with confidence: process
Intensive speaking practice on the language of process - Develop your academic communication skills in spoken English in this practical, friendly workshop. Get easy-to-apply tips and helpful feedback to explain your methods and processes. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.

Week 4

Academic writing in English: justification
Learn the language used to justify choices in academic and professional writing - In this workshop you will develop the language used to justify decisions and recommendations. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.
Communicate with confidence: justification
Intensive speaking practice on the language of justification - Develop your academic communication skills in spoken English in this practical, friendly workshop. Get easy-to-apply tips and helpful feedback to explain your decisions and recommendations. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.

Week 5

Academic writing in English: evaluation
Learn the language used to evaluate sources and analyse texts - In this workshop you will develop the language used in critical analysis in academic writing. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.
Communicate with confidence: evaluation
Intensive speaking practice on the language of evaluation - Develop your academic communication skills in spoken English in this practical, friendly workshop. Get easy-to-apply tips and helpful feedback to explain your critical thinking and conclusions. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.

Week 6

Academic writing in English: recommendation
Learn the language used to make recommendations - In this workshop you will develop the language used in making evidence-based recommendations and conclusions. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.
Communicate with confidence: recommendation
Intensive speaking practice on the language of recommendation - Develop your academic communication skills in spoken English in this practical, friendly workshop. Get easy-to-apply tips and helpful feedback to explain your decisions and recommendations. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.

Week 7

Academic writing in English: reflection
Learn the language of reflection - In this workshop you will develop the language used in reflective essays and learning journals. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.
Communicate with confidence: reflection
Intensive speaking practice on the language of reflection - Develop your academic communication skills in spoken English in this practical, friendly workshop. Get easy-to-apply tips and helpful feedback to explain your reflective process. Time and venue: tbc 2020, Student Central.


English language Study Break

English language intensive workshop on academic writing in English: process, justification and recommendation

Learn the language used to describe scientific processes and methods, justify choices in academic and professional writing, and make recommendations - This intensive workshop is a condensed version of our weekly workshop program. Join us to develop the language used to discuss methods and processes, justify decisions and recommendations, and make evidence-based recommendations and conclusions. Bring your STUDYSmarter English Language Workbook with you if you have one. If you don't already have one, you will receive one at the start of the workshops. Alternatively, you are welcome to pick one up at WRITESmart Drop-in

Time and venue of workshop intensive: 1pm-4.30pm, Tuesday 1 October 2019, Room 2204, Level 2, Student Central.

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