Reading Writing Academic Texts (ESL 116.3)

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ESL 116 03 January 2018 Jesse Stewart


This course will teach non-native English speaking students the skills of critical analysis which are essential to being able to connect lectures, texts, and learning. Students will learn how to engage with and evaluate texts, use published material to support arguments, and express their thoughts and ideas clearly and convincingly. Students will be provided with reading and writing practice and receive individualized feedback. Readings in the course come from the area of Linguistics, intended to make students aware of their own language development.

Permission of the department required.


Registration in this course is restricted to students who have completed Level UP2 High Advanced Academic English (U of S Language Centre), completed English as a Second Language (University of Regina ?ESL 050?), completed an English Proficiency Test (such as the TEOFL) as a condition of admission; or on the recommendation the U of S Language Centre. Such students may have completed fewer than 21 credit units at a university at which English is the language of instruction. These courses may only be used to fulfill Elective requirements in any Arts & Science program. Students with credit for ESL 106 may not receive credit for this course.

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