Our EAP Workshop Series continued in it’s second week, with Chu Yu presenting on the topic of “Planning Your Academic Argument” as it applies to not only research writing, but generally, to any variety of issues pertaining to writing skills.
The EAP Team began a series of four EAP Writing Workshops, with Matthew Jellick presenting on “The Pitfalls of Plagiarism”. Focusing on both why plagiarism should be avoided, as well as some tools for avoidance, the hour-long session included examples of famous people who have been caught plagiarizing, acting as examples to the students.
The Center for Language Education (CLE) will host a ser […]
Meeting every Monday evening online at 7pm China time, Matthew hosts a separate class, live on Zoom, with international students from Cambodia and Kazakhstan joining for an engaging, interactive and rather demanding course.
EAP: Looking forward to a Great Semester!
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the CLE English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Team will be hosting a series of four Workshops during the Fall Semester.
The English for Academic Purposes Team from the CLE recently entered the Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press (FLTRP) contest.
As the benchmark for the Core Curriculum within the CLE Framework, the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program focuses on research presentation and writing skills. This prepares SUSTech students for using English as the medium of their academic achievements now, and into their educational and professional careers.