CESL : Audience, purpose, organization, and style of graduate-level academic writing. Mechanics. Editing. Textual analysis. Critical thinking. Genres: problem-solution, general-specific, process description, data commentary, article summary/critique. Student work-in-progress. ESL diagnosis-correction. Multiple drafts. Extensive feedback including audio-taped commentary and individual conferences.
Terms: Fall 2012, Winter 2013
Instructors: Richard Cooper, Robert J Myles (Fall) Richard Cooper, Robert J Myles (Winter)
Formerly ESLN 690.
Restrictions: Open only to graduate students in degree programs for whom English is a second language and who are at the thesis/dissertation writing stage, except with permission of the instructor. Not open to students who have taken ESLN 590 or ESLN 690.
This course cannot be counted towards course requirements of any graduate program.