Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to: apply research skills such as citing, referencing, summarizing, paraphrasing and quoting when writing from sources; organize, build connections between ideas, and exhibit an integration of reading and writing in written output; discuss and present ideas with clear evidence of critical thought and logical reasoning in different speaking and writing situations; use appropriate language structures and features, including grammar, syntax, lexis, and style in both written and spoken outputs, as well as in proposing ethical academic documents.
The course is designed to strengthen the academic writing, reading, and speaking skills of student at a graduate level. The course covers an application of academic conventions required of students when they write research reports and theses, read, discuss, and write about case studies, and present in academic and business contexts. Referencing form and style, mechanics, grammar and academic lexis are all taken up using the specified discourse genres for graduate students.
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