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Viewing: EAP 6200 : Special Topics in English for Academic Purposes

Last approved: Tue, 07 Mar 2017 09:04:36 GMT

Last edit: Tue, 21 Feb 2017 21:02:28 GMT

Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
EAP
6200
Special Topics in English for Academic Purposes
Special Topics in EAP
Summer 2017
3
Course Type
Special Topics
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
No

Corequisites

18

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
No
 
No
Fee Type


No


Academic communication in specialized or advanced contexts. Class activities and assignments reflect an analysis of student needs in disciplinary or professional fields. Course content draws on authentic materials and tasks to prepare students for success in written and oral communication.
Understand the expectations for academic writing and communication within one's particular disciplinary or professional community;

Assess rhetorical contexts to respond appropriately to tasks and assignments that require written or oral production, including an awareness of audience and purpose, management of content expectations, and appropriate language use;

Engage in the critical reading of authentic academic texts and other supplementary materials; demonstrate awareness of rhetorical and textual features, key points, and methods of organization and support; develop the academic skills of summarizing, synthesizing, and/or critiquing academic materials depending on task expectations;

Understand the principles and practices associated with academic integrity; conduct academic research, evaluate and manage information from sources, incorporate source ideas in writing, and demonstrate control over assigned citation format;

Acquire and incorporate academic vocabulary that is both general and discipline/topic specific; develop a repertoire of grammatical structures appropriate for a variety of academic writing tasks and communicative situations;

Recognize the recursive nature of academic production and actively engage in peer feedback, error analysis, revision, and editing of work;

Demonstrate responsibility by attending class regularly and punctually, being prepared for class discussions, submitting assignments on time, collaborating with others respectfully and effectively, understanding and avoiding plagiarism, and knowing and following university regulations;

Improve digital literacy skills for language learning, academic writing, and designing and delivering oral presentations.

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alexmf (Tue, 07 Feb 2017 16:48:18 GMT): Rollback: Admin rollback, requested new syllabus only.
cbeil (Tue, 21 Feb 2017 01:45:12 GMT): Rollback: The statement about time spent in and out of class (under the Grading heading needs to be revised. The course is taught in the summer and is not a 15 week course.
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