Course – Essay Writing
This course builds competencies in drafting essay types, argument structures and paragraph elements.
✔ up to 24 units across 5 topics
✔ 50+ hours of self-guided “microlearning”
✔ 400+ intermediate to advanced activities
✔ develops advanced English, academic knowledge, study skills, critical thinking and autonomous learning
This engaging, interactive course has hundreds of e-learning activities that offer instruction and practice in researching, planning, drafting, editing and proofreading academic style essays.
Learn about how best to approach the writing process and how key essay elements such as thesis statements, topic sentences, claims and supporting details help to create a concise and coherent argument structure, one that is able to demonstrate writer stance, source voice and concession and rebuttal structures.
Whether you are studying or teaching at the university level, wish to publish in academia, or simply hope to improve your writing ability, this comprehensive course is carefully designed to improve academic skills and advanced written-English proficiency.
Explore units about:
➲ The Essay Writing Process
➲ Writing Introductions
➲ Drafting Body Sections
➲ Creating Conclusions
➲ Dissertations and Theses
Complete this course to:
+ improve confidence in deconstructing academic essays
+ become familiar with the various essay elements (thesis statements), sections (introductions) and types (problem-solution)
+ develop skills in researching, planning, drafting, editing and proofreading short and extended essays
+ better understand how to form academic style through the use of functional language and academic words and collocations
Join the community and:
✔ gain free access to this course
✔ enjoy flexible learning and learner autonomy
✔ unlock the activities that interest you most
✔ download helpful unit transcripts and summaries
✔ connect with other students and tutors
✔ request support from our academic consultants
✔ key vocabulary and warm up activities
✔ video tutorials and listening texts
✔ knowledge and language checks
✔ skills practice and critical thinking activities
✔ assignments, discussions and research topics
✔ unit overviews and quizzes