Learning to Write for Academic Success in Undergraduate & Graduate School
by Erin Knoche Laverick, Ph.D.
Author: Erin Knoche Laverick, Ph.D.
Publisher: Robbie Dean Press
No. of Pages: 80
Table of Contents: Yes
Binding: Perfect Bound Soft Cover
Last Update: 2016
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Shipping Time: 2-5 Days
About the Book
English language instructors will find the textbook user-friendly in regard to planning their daily lessons, as it includes useful activities that can easily be completed in a traditional fifty-minute class period. Different writing genres common in many academic programs are also included. Assignments include writing an article review, preparing an annotated bibliography, writing a literature review, and crafting an argumentative research paper.
Using the writing process and the graphic organizers provided in the textbook, students are taken step-by-step through the process of writing different genres of essays. With a heavy research component, reading strategies are also included, so students can best learn how to read academic writing and implement them into their research writing.
About the Author
Erin Knoche Laverick is the director of the Intensive English Language Program and teaches in the graduate TESOL program at The University of Findlay. Her research focuses on second language writing pedagogies.