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Writing Academic English, Fourth Edition, is a comprehensive rhetoric and sentence
structure textbook/workbook for high-intermediate to advanced English language
learners who are in college or are college bound. The book teaches writing in a
straightforward manner, using a step-by-step approach. Clear, relevant models illustrate
each step, and varied practices reinforce each lesson.
The first part of the book provides a quick review of paragraph writing and summarizing,
followed by a chapter that introduces the essay.
What is the Vocabulary List? The following quotation comes
from Jim Burke’s home page.
“A thorough survey of various textbooks, assignments, content
area standards, and examinations yields the following list of words.
You cannot expect to succeed on assignments if you do not
understand the directions. The words fall into several categories,
which are not identified on this sheet: nouns (e.g., What you read
or create); verbs (e.g., What the assignment asks you to do);
The third edition of this popular course builds on the success of the earlier
editions and responds to suggestions from both students and teachers.
Plagiarism has become a major concern in higher education, and a special
feature of Academic Writing is a section on avoiding plagiarism. There are
also units on the key skills of paraphrasing, summarising and referencing.
The book includes sections on crucial areas such as argument, cause and
effect, comparison, deﬁnitions and academic style.
This is a book serving the second of these two kinds of knowledge, a book
that I have intended that the reader should be able to dip into from time to
time. I hope it may also serve that other thing with which knowledge is so
often mistaken: understanding. If one’s appetite is whetted, as I hope may
occasionally be the case, there are loads of decent texts that provide solid
main courses and desserts.
Action Plan for IELTS is a short, self-study guide for students about to take the IELTS test. The book is organised by paper and examines each question type in detail. It gives students a last-minute action plan, providing examples, mini practice tasks and strategies to maximise their band score in the test. Action Plan for IELTS is available for both the Academic and General Training module. The Academic module is suitable for students around Band 6+ and the General Training module for students around Band 5+....
The curriculum vitae, commonly referred to as a CV, Vita,
or Vitae, is a detailed biographical deion of one’s
educational and work background. It differs from a
résumé, a one-page deion of one’s work experience
and educational background not only in length but also in
detail. The origin of the term curriculum vitae is Latin
and means “the course of one’s life or career.” As such, a
CV includes detailed information regarding one’s academic
coursework, professional experience, publications,
and so on......
101 Some people say that physical exercise should be a required part of every school day.
Other people believe that students should spend the whole school day on academic studies.
Which opinion do you agree with? Give specific reasons and details to support your answer.
While physical exercise is important, I do not believe that it is the school’s responsibility to
provide physical training for its students. That is something that everyone can take care of on his
or her own.
Many students get plenty of physical exercise as part of their daily life...
Marking and assessment Each task is assessed independently. The assessment of Task 2 carries more weight in marking than Task 1. Writing responses are assessed by certificated IELTS examiners. All IELTS examiners hold relevant teaching qualifications and are recruited as examiners by the test centres and approved by British Council or IDP: IELTS Australia. Detailed performance descriptors have been developed which describe written performance at the nine IELTS bands. Public versions of these descriptors are available on the IELTS website.
Unfortunately, much of what has been written about software engineering comes from an academic perspective which does not always address the everyday concerns that software developers and managers face. With decreasing software budgets and increasing demands from users and senior management, technology directors need a complete guide to the subject of software engineering. The successor to the bestselling Software Engineering Productivity Handbook, this book fulfills that need.
Recent advances in data collection and data storage techniques enable
marketing researchers to study the characteristics of a large range of
transactions and purchases, in particular the effects of household-specific
characteristics and marketing-mix variables.
This book presents the most important and practically relevant quantitative
models for marketing research. Each model is presented in detail
with a self-contained discussion, which includes: a demonstration of the
mechanics of the model, empirical analysis, real-world examples, and
interpretation of results and findings.
The birth and infancy of entrepreneurship was turned into a specific area of academic
study and empirical research quite early. The field greatly evolved, and at the same
time, a constant urge to deal with real problems existed, from firm creation to
industrial growth, including firm strategy and economic policy.
Economic, sociological, and managerial academics began to devise a detailed and
interpretative framework for the study of entrepreneurship.
Some people say that physical exercise should be a required part of every school day. Other people believe that students should spend the whole school day on academic studies. Which opinion do you agree with? Give specific reasons and details to support your answer.
We now turn to presenting results. After examining the demographic characteristics of Cambodian
elders, we explore a number of social, economic and health issues in that order. When presenting the
results in tabular form, we limit examination of differentials to gender, location (Phnom Penh versus the
remainder of the provinces) and age (60-69 versus 70+). Each of these dimensions are typically of
interest for both academics and policy-makers.
MalcolmShaw’s engaging and authoritative International Law has become
the deﬁnitive textbook for instructors and students alike, in this increas-
ingly popular ﬁeld of academic study. The hallmark writing style provides
a stimulating account, motivating students to explore the subject more
fully, while maintaining detail and academic rigour. The analysis inte-
grated in the textbook challenges students to develop critical thinking
skills. The sixth edition is comprehensively updated throughout and is
carefully constructed to reﬂect current teaching trends and course cov-
A detailed empirical study of how small business owners finance their
enterprises, this volume compares the experiences of women with
those of men. The author redresses an over-reliance on subjective
and anecdotal evidence of discrimination in this area with a controlled
study of forty matched pairs of male/female owners, and their
strategies for raising finances.
The book finds considerable similarities between female and male
entrepreneurs in the type and amount of finance used in the business.
As even these preliminary comments should indicate, Hollywood has
experienced a rich and dynamic history. The aim of this chapter is to
chart that history in more detail and also to trace the efforts of film crit-
ics and scholars to make sense of it. Journalistic film criticism dates
back to Hollywood’s earliest years, and the film industry always has
been subject to heavy coverage in both the trade and popular press. But
the systematic scholarly study of Hollywood did not really take hold,
interestingly enough, until after Hollywood’s postwar collapse.
Use of vocabulary is an important aspect of academic writing. Again, following
Storch and Tapper (2009), we examined the occurrences of vocabulary in the
Academic Word List (AWL) developed by Coxhead (2000). The AWL consists of
570 word families derived from a corpus of academic texts drawn from our ‘sub-
corpora’ from arts, commerce, law, and science (see Coxhead, 2000 for details).
These words are academic words that are found across disciplines and comprise
9-10% of an academic text (Storch & Tapper, 2009).