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A beginner's guide to writing in English for university study — University of Reading — FutureLearn

A beginner's guide to writing in English for university study — University of Reading — FutureLearn | LearningTeachingTeachingLearning | Scoop.it
Learn how to use English for study at university or college and develop your writing skills, vocabulary and grammar.
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nicolaperry's curator insight, November 7, 2014 3:21 AM

You guys probably have enough to do already but this IS a useful course and it's free.

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The Elephant in the Room: Extensive Reading in ELT/EAP

The Elephant in the Room: Extensive Reading in ELT/EAP | LearningTeachingTeachingLearning | Scoop.it

Sharon Turner teaches EAP at Sabanci University in Turkey and has many ideas about "enticing" learners into reading longer, more demanding texts as well as reading for pleasure.


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Academic English Online (QMUL)

Academic English Online (QMUL) | LearningTeachingTeachingLearning | Scoop.it

"Academic English Online is a new web-based resource of materials designed for students of Queen Mary (University of London) to develop and broaden their skills in academic English."


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Slightly outside the usual scope of this page but may be useful.

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Steve Kirk's curator insight, December 11, 2012 3:03 PM

Queen Mary's University, London, have now made available for free a set of online EAP resources for supplementary study. These were previously developed and only made availablje internally to QMUL students. The task bank is now open access.

Shona Whyte's curator insight, January 23, 2013 1:58 AM

This looks like a very rich resource suitable for intermediate university learners and above.  Content is divided into Writing, Reading, Speaking and Grammar, and presented in short sections with activities for learners and feedback which can be hidden or revealed.