LNG240 Academic Writing
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Showing course contents for the educational year 2014 - 2015 .
Course responsible: William Stewart Warner
Teachers: Sari Christine Cunningham
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Department of International Environment and Development Studies
Teaching language: EN
Limits of class size:
Autumn: 35 Spring 70 (two groups)
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Autumn parallel. This course has teaching / evaluation in parallel Autumn, Spring parallel,.
Course frequency: Other. The courses is given each autumn and spring parallel.
First time: 2010H
Master and PhD students
This course covers the fundamentals of academic writing for both the social and natural (physical) sciences. Half of the course concentrates on structure Specifically, how to outline expository, argumentative and analytical papers. The other half focus on style: how to write Clearly, cohesively, and concisely. Re-writing is emphasized. The student will receive comments on their writing Assignments. Class attendance and weekly writing Assignments are mandatory.
The objective is two full M.Sc. and Ph.D. Develop students' writing skills for term papers, theses, and scientific publications.
Lectures, discussions and one-on-one Consultations.
English: Course literature will be presented first day of class.
EDS275 or approval of the instructor
High English proficiency
Students must attend at least 10 lectures, including the the load. In Addition, students must pass at least 10 weekly Assignments, including the three final papers: expository, compare and contrast, and argumentative. Final papers must include at least four scholarly sources and be formatted overusing EndNote.
There is no final exam, rather, the student must pass the three final papers (expository, compare and contrast, and argumentative), wooden must ask Corbet in ENGLISH.
Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (general admission)
Reduction of credits:
EDS275 10 ECTS
Type of course:
26 hours of lectures and discussions during 13 weeks.
An external examiner will not Be involved in grading weekly writing Assignment - however, more than one internal reviewer will evaluate the student's final three papers.
Examination details: Continuous exam: Bestått / Ikke bestått