EAP Workshop: Managing Nominalization in Academic Reading and Writing

2021-3-22

Our EAP Workshops continue this week, with Dr. Li Zhuo presenting on, “Managing Nominalization in Academic Reading and Writing”. This topic is one of constant discussion in academic reading and writing, affecting how students approach these skill sets, and through this workshop, Dr. Li will give insight into the importance of these words including their positive and negative attributes.

The Center for Language Education continues on our path to offer the SUSTech community of learners opportunities to enhance their linguistic attainment, and this week’s workshop is a perfect example of students and staff coming together to works towards a common academic goal.

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