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English for Academic Writing

English for Academic Writing 2

360,00 
  • 24 teaching units
  • 12 weekly lessons
  • 90 minutes
  • Format: Group (3-8)
  • Place: Online
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course start: 2023-01-24
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course end: 2023-04-30
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Registration end: 2023-01-20
Course ID: EAW_1-1
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Weekly:
2 units (90 minutes) / 4 units (180 minutes) / 6 units (270 minutes) / 8 units (360 minutes) / 10 units (450 minutes) / 12 units (540 minutes)

Semi-intensive:
25 units (1.125 minutes) distributed to 5 half-day lessons, 5 units (225 minutes) per day

Intensive:
24 units (1.080 minutes) distributed to 3 full-day lessons, 8 units (360 minutes) per day

1. Course description

Academic English program at ZENITH lingo Language Academy

Our Academic English program has been designed to help students improve their English language skills for academic purposes. Whether you are a university student, a researcher, or a professional looking to advance your career, our course will provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to succeed in your studies or work.

Our experienced teachers will guide you through the fundamentals of academic English, including grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. You will learn how to write essays, research papers, and other academic texts, and how to effectively present your ideas in class or at conferences. We will also help you develop critical thinking and academic reading skills, so you can understand and analyze complex academic materials.

In addition to the core curriculum, our Academic English course offers a range of specialized electives, such as academic writing for specific disciplines, academic vocabulary development, and test preparation for exams such as the IELTS, TOEFL and GRE.

Enroll in one of our Academic English courses today and take the first step towards achieving your academic and professional goals. Join a supportive and challenging learning environment, and gain the confidence and skills you need to succeed in your studies and career.

English for Academic Writing 2 course

Paragraphs are one of the essential building blocks of academic writing.

They help to organize the ideas and arguments logically and coherently, making the paper easier to read and understand. A well-written paragraph has a clear topic sentence that introduces the central concept, supporting sentences that provide evidence and examples, and a concluding sentence that summarizes the key points.

This structure helps the reader follow the paper’s logic and understand the writer’s argument. Paragraphs also help to break up the text and make it more visually appealing. Effective paragraph writing is crucial for creating a solid and persuasive academic paper.

Certificate

Upon successful completion of the English for Academic Writing 2 course, learners will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Those who demonstrate active participation in at least 85% of the classes and achieve a score of 90% or higher on course assessments will be eligible to receive a Certificate of Achievement. These certificates serve as recognition of the student’s dedication and accomplishment in the course.

2. What you will learn

English for Academic Writing 2, the second course in ZENITH lingo’s Academic English program, covers all necessary nuances of building paragraphs in academic writing. In this course, you will learn what makes a great paragraph and what types of paragraphs are used in academic writing.

You will also intensively practice writing different types of paragraphs, an important skill to successfully start the next level of the Academic English program, English for Academic Writing 3.

Customized course

If you need a different schedule, group size, or content for some lessons, you can customize the course for your particular needs. To get the most out of it, you must book a minimum of 24 units (24 x 45 minutes).

In what formats can I customize the course?

You can customize English for Academic Writing 2 in all formats:

Venue:

ZENITH lingo language classes take part in one of the following venues:

  • online: For online classes ZENITH lingo uses Zoom platform
  • on-site*: These are locations organized by customers.
  • in-house*: These locations are organized by ZENITH lingo

*available only in Mainz, Germany

Class size:

Class size classification defines number of participants per course.

  • one-to-one: 1 participant only
  • pair: 2 participants
  • small group: 3-5 participants
  • mid-size group: 6-10 participants
  • big group: 11-15 participants

Intensity:

You can choose in what intensity you would like to take your preparation course.

  • Weekly courses consist of 24 units (1.080 minutes) distributed to 12 lessons; 2 units (90 minutes) per lesson without a break. Each lesson is offered weekly. That means each booking lasts 12 weeks.
  • Intensive courses consist of 24 units (1.080 minutes) distributed to 3 full-day lessons; 8 units (360 minutes) per day with four 15 minutes coffee breaks and one-hour lunch break per day.
  • Semi-intensive courses consist of 25 units (1.125 minutes) distributed to 5 half-day lessons; 5 units (225 minutes) per day with one 15 minutes coffee break

3. Who is this course for?

  • prospective university students
  • bachelor students
  • master students
  • doctoral students
  • researchers
  • academicians

4. Course program

Lesson 1
  • Paragraph Essentials
  • The structure of the paragraph

GRAMMAR: Using tenses in Academic Writing

Lesson 2

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: essential elements (part 1)

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 1)

Present Tenses

  • Present Simple
  • Present Progressive
  • Present Perfect

VOCABULARY: Words that signal logical connections

Lesson 3

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: essential elements (part 2)

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 2)

Past Tenses

  • Past Simple
  • Past Progressive
  • Past Perfect

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s stance or position

Lesson 4

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: essential elements (part 3)

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 3)

Future Tenses

  • Future Simple
  • Future Progressive
  • Future Perfect

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s level of certainty or doubt

Lesson 5

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: essential elements (part 4)

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 4)

Perfect Progressive

  • Present Perfect Progressive
  • Past Perfect Progressive
  • Future Perfect Progressive

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s intention

Lesson 6

TEST

Lesson 7

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 1

GRAMMAR: Tenses part (part 5)

Present Simple vs. Present Progressive

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s evaluation

Lesson 8

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 2

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 6)

Present Perfect vs. Past Simple

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s emphasis

Lesson 9

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 3

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 7)

Past Simple vs. Past Progressive

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s level of formality

Lesson 10

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 4

PEER REVIEW: Students review each other’s writings, edit them, and present to the class their view

Lesson 11

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 5

PEER REVIEW: Students review each other’s writings, edit them, and present to the class their view

Lesson 12

EXAM

Lesson 1
  • Paragraph Essentials
  • The structure of the paragraph

GRAMMAR: Using tenses in Academic Writing

Lesson 2

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: essential elements (part 1)

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 1)

Present Tenses

  • Present Simple
  • Present Progressive
  • Present Perfect

VOCABULARY: Words that signal logical connections

Lesson 3

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: essential elements (part 2)

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 2)

Past Tenses

  • Past Simple
  • Past Progressive
  • Past Perfect

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s stance or position

Lesson 4

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: essential elements (part 3)

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 3)

Future Tenses

  • Future Simple
  • Future Progressive
  • Future Perfect

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s level of certainty or doubt

Lesson 5

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: essential elements (part 4)

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 4)

Perfect Progressive

  • Present Perfect Progressive
  • Past Perfect Progressive
  • Future Perfect Progressive

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s intention

Lesson 6

TEST

Lesson 7

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 1

GRAMMAR: Tenses part (part 5)

Present Simple vs. Present Progressive

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s evaluation

Lesson 8

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 2

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 6)

Present Perfect vs. Past Simple

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s emphasis

Lesson 9

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 3

GRAMMAR: Tenses (part 7)

Past Simple vs. Past Progressive

VOCABULARY: Words that signal the writer’s level of formality

Lesson 10

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 4

PEER REVIEW: Students review each other’s writings, edit them, and present to the class their view

Lesson 11

WRITING: Writing a paragraph: five types of paragraphs commonly used in academic writing

  • Paragraph Type 5

PEER REVIEW: Students review each other’s writings, edit them, and present to the class their view

Lesson 12

EXAM

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FAQ

What is a language course?
A language course at ZENITH lingo is a set of language lessons designed to assist or guide customers to improve their communication skills in a particular language.
What is a lesson?
Time spent with a language teacher to learn a language is a lesson which consist of teaching units.
What is a unit or teaching unit?
A unit or teaching unit is 45 minutes.
What is the minimum number of teaching units per lesson?
Minimum number of teaching units per lesson is two (2 x 45 minutes) or 90 minutes. Maximum number of teaching units per lesson is eight (8 x 45 minutes) or 360 minutes.
Can I book only one unit per lesson?
Unfortunately, currently we cannot offer only one-unit lesson to our clients.
What is the minimum number of lessons per course?
In group courses, we have determined number of lessons per course.
What equipment do I need to study English online with ZENITH lingo?
We recommend using a laptop or desktop computer as it makes it easier to follow our digital coursebooks. However, you can join online classes simply with your smart phone. We are currently using Zoom for our video lessons, so it is best if you download the Zoom software.

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