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.
The English for Academic Purposes program’s Midterm, labeled as “Group Academic Research Presentation”, is weighted as 30% of the overall grade for our course. Here is a short video, put together by EAP Course Coordinator, Matthew Jellick, showcasing a bit about the project.
Please feel free to review the presentations from this semester’s EAP Writing Workshop Series.
EAP instructor, Xiao Shi, will lead this semester’s final Writing Workshop, titled, “Academic Word List: Words with Meaning”.
EAP instructor, Zhuo Li, will lead this week’s Writing Workshop, titled, “Summarizing and Paraphrasing”.
EAP instructor, Chu Yu, will lead this week’s Writing Workshop, titled, “Demonstrating Your Voice in Academic Writing”.
EAP Instructor Matthew Jellick will lead a Workshop on the topic of “Academic Essay Structure”, informing students about the intricacies of strong writing skills.
Lecture, 2 credits, 2 hours per week. Prerequisite: SUSTech English III.