English for Academic Purposes
|Kod przedmiotu:||4018-CW1-CLASS||Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||16.9 / (brak danych)|
|Nazwa przedmiotu:||English for Academic Purposes|
|Jednostka:||Wydział "Artes Liberales"|
Przedmiot fakultatywny dla studentów II stopnia Artes Liberales
Przedmioty oferowane dla studentów Kolegium MSMaP
Przedmioty oferowane przez Kolegium Artes Liberales
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Students with a good command of English (B2 or better) are welcome to enrol.
This course is intended for students willing to develop their academic writing skills in English. The course has been designed to tap the potential of students with multiple academic specialisms.
This course teaches practical rules for improved use of English in academic contexts.
The course will focus on the stylistic and structural differences existing between a range of varieties of academic discourse in Polish and English. The class will involve instruction, analysis and hands-on practice in relevant stylistic, grammatical and formal conventions. Students will become familiar with the basic conventions relating to the different types and varieties of scholarly discourse.
The course features a strong self-study component to ensure continued self-improvement. The instructors will recommend some quality learning material and discuss effective methods for language learning and reinforcement.
The course is very hands-on. Over the course of the term students will write and improve academic texts of their own, and publish some of them on Wikipedia. Credits will be given based on a portfolio of shorter pieces and the final project (Wikipedia entry).
Bailey, S., Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students
Bolker, Joan, Writing Your Dissertation in 15 Minutes a Day
Booth, Wayne C., Colomb, Gregory G., Williams, Joseph M., The Craft of Research
Crasswell, G., Writing for Academic Success
Dunleavy, Patrick, Authoring a PhD
Jordan, R. R., Academic Writing Course
Williams, Joseph M., Style: Towards Clarity and Grace
Cooley, Linda and Jo Lewkowicz. 2003. Dissertation Writing in Practice: Turning Ideas into Text. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press
After taking this course the student will:
Command of English at the B2 / C1 level (K_U12)
Preparing written and oral presentation in English accounting for the level and needs of the audience (K_U13)
Understanding the need for continual education after graduation (K_K01)
Become familiar with basic research methods using multimedia
Master effective language learning habits and techniques
Be able to use English language in academic contexts
Know how to interpret an academic text in English
Be able to select and manage a range of textual and electronic resources
Be able to analyse an academic text by means of research methods as well as present/report the results of the independent research at conferences
Know how to present research in spoken and written English and using multimedia
Be able to prepare an audience-based spoken and written presentation in English
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In order to obtain credit for the course is attendance (student is entitled to two absences in a semester)
This course consists of two separate semester streams taught by different instructors. In the winter semester, the final grade will reflect the quality of the final project (Wikipedia entry, 750-1500 words). In the summer semester, the final grade will be based on a portfolio of written pieces.
continuous work on Wikipedia entry (750-1500 words); improvements and corrections will be made after each class based on the material discussed.
Sessions 1 – 15: Continuous blog submission of term papers followed by tutor assessment.
Sessions 10-11: Mock conference presentation and conference paper submission.
Session 12: Mock journal submission of academic article.
Session 14: Mock journal submission of academic review.
Session 15: Completed blog portfolio submission (term papers revised).
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Warszawski.