For too long, academic writing has been seen as an intimidating activity both for students and their teachers alike.
The purpose of this workshop is to introduce what I have called the five pillars of academic writing and to show that many of the activities used in the academic writing classroom are in fact similar to the ones used in General English classes.
By focusing on appropriate language development, the use of scaffolding, an awareness of patterns of analysis/rhetorical functions, the process of writing and academic conventions, we can provide our students with much of what is required to become more confident writers for academic purposes.
Presented by Neil Harris – Teacher Trainer & Director of Marketing @CELT Language School.
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