|Author:||Sue Argent,Olwyn Alexander|
|Subcategory:||Schools & Teaching|
|Publisher:||Garnet Education; Teacher's edition edition (October 1, 2010)|
|Category:||Teaching and Education|
|Other formats:||lrf docx mobi lrf|
Sue Argent, Olwyn Alexander.
Sue Argent, Olwyn Alexander. Each unit follows the progress of three students in their first year at university as they have discussions, listen to lectures, read texts, work on assignments and make choices about how to study.
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She teaches English for Academic Purposes to engineering, management and translation studies students at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. She has collaborated with colleagues Sue Argent and Jenifer Spencer in writing two distance learning courses: Academic English for Business and Academic English for Science and Technology.
CA studies that investigate interactions between NS and NNS do not focus so much on the deficit of NNS as on the various verbal and nonverbal resources that parties to conversation deploy to accomplish the interactional work at hand.
1 Olwyn Alexander & Sue Argent Stepping up to the plate: Framing EAP materials through graduate attributes This workshop briefly introduces the concept of Graduate Attributes and provides a three-stage framework for building lessons around graduate attributes. Olwyn Alexander & Sue Argent. 2 The changing context of university study Increasingly, both undergraduates and postgraduates are being prepared for professional practice in their future careers.
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She has written corpus-based EAP courses for distance learning with Olwyn Alexander and Jenifer Spencer, including specialist courses for business studies and science and technology. Her interests are critical thinking and student autonomy