The main part of the essay: Here the emphasis is on the writing which occurs between the two, the main body of the essay. It takes practice to manage the material you use in analysing and interpreting a work of literature.
To access the most recent version of the catalog, please visit http: All students whose native language is not English, including international students and residents or citizens of the United States, are required by the Faculty Senate Rules and Regulations to enroll in the English language courses, if any, specified for them by the AEC before enrolling in any academic work.
Admission to KU does not constitute a waiver of the University of Kansas English proficiency requirement. Students may be required to take the English Proficiency Exam and may be required to take courses with the Applied English Center. Courses labeled and above and AECT are available for credit toward an undergraduate degree.
To receive a grade of Credit, students must receive a grade of A, B, or C in the course. Transcripts show No Credit for these courses in which students receive a grade of D or F. A maximum of 9 hours of credit may count toward undergraduate degrees in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the School of Business.
A maximum of 6 hours of credit may count toward undergraduate degrees in the School of Architecture, Design and Planning.
Consult an advisor in the College or school for details. An advanced grammar skills course combining in-class and on-line work to review, expand and practice sentence and discourse-level grammar and vocabulary to support students' accurate use of English in academic and non-academic contexts.
In this course, students participate in in-class and outside class study of grammar as well as produce written assignments that develop and strengthen academic literacy skills.
English for Academic Purposes: An advanced skills course providing practice in pronunciation, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary development, with an emphasis on college-level content.
Students listen to interviews and lectures, and participate in class discussions in order to improve skills in comprehension, note-taking, content discussion, interview, summarization, and presentation in an advanced academic setting.
Recorded and written work and analysis are also required. An advanced course to improve strategies for academic reading, writing and research in preparation for college-level coursework. Emphasis is placed on increasing fluency, building vocabulary, and developing academic skills such as research strategies and note-taking.
Additional objectives include integrating ideas from multiple sources which will culminate in producing a research paper. Course materials will include a range of academic topics in order to prepare the student for academic work in their academic field.
A content-based English as a second language course that helps to build English language proficiency by basing lessons incorporating grammar, vocabulary development, reading comprehension skills, and writing skills on academic course content in the first term of the KU Academic Accelerator Program.
A content-based English as a second language course that helps to build English language proficiency by basing lessons incorporating grammar, vocabulary development, reading comprehension skills, and writing skills on academic course content in the second term of the KU Academic Accelerator Program.
A content-based English as a second language course that helps to build English language proficiency by basing lessons incorporating grammar, vocabulary development, reading comprehension skills, and writing skills on academic course content in the third term of the KU Academic Accelerator Program.
Technology for Academic Purposes I. A technology skills course that teaches the English vocabulary as well the "how to use it" of technology in an academic setting. Topics include fundamental skills such as word processing, presentation applications, and online course applications as well as advanced skills such as digital research and source documentation.
Technology for Academic Purposes II. A continuation of the first term technology skills course that teaches both the English vocabulary as well the "how to use it" of technology in an academic setting.
Topics build on first-term functions and applications and expand into additional areas including advanced word processing, presentation skills in a scholarly environment, spreadsheet input and output including creating graphs and charts, and digital research and source documentation.
Skill-based special topics at appropriate level s for short term program students attending core AEC courses for a partial term. Placement in this course by the Applied English Center. This course is a placeholder for future anticipated Applied English Center credit hour enrollment.
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Learn how to write a compelling business case that accurately communicates the value of your project to your stakeholders. Writing a Business Case Course by: Mike subscribe for access Ex. R/W Reading and Writing (AECR) GFC Grammar for Communication (AECG) NB: Students can typically be concurrently enrolled in the AEC and KU courses (if admitted or academically eligible for admission) after passing one or more sections of the Proficiency Test; this occurs after Level 2.
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