EAP230 - EAP: Advanced Reading and Writing Skills

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Subject Title
EAP: Advanced Reading and Writing Skills

Subject Description
This course is a continuation of EAP130. It focuses on refining the essay by developing awareness of audience and the use of appropriate registers. The course also focuses on reading strategies and comprehension. In addition, this course also introduces the students to the research essay. Students are expected to be familiar with advanced grammar structures in order to edit for grammatical accuracy at this level.

Credit Status
Non Credit

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Write detailed point form essay outline to organize ideas.

2. Produce an academic essay to convey an opinion.

3. Summarize short readings to demonstrate reading comprehension.

4. Analyze a reading to identify the author's purpose.

5. Use APA style to create citations.

6. Produce a short non-academic written text for an intended purpose and audience.

7. Proofread written work to correct errors.

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