Academic Writing Success
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Academic Writing Success

Writing Excellent Literature Review Essays And School Papers
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Created by Hannah Spadafora
Last updated 7/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 7 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • successfully plan, research, and write a secondary-source research essay or paper
  • use Microsoft Word functions to create a table of contents, in-text citations, and a bibliography.
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Requirements
  • You should be able to use a PC at a beginner level.
Description

Academic Writing Success: Writing Excellent Literature Review Essays And School Papers is a course for students seeking to learn the essentials of the writing process for literature reviews, research-essays, and book reports; students from grades 6-college level seeking to improve formal classroom writing skills; adults continuing or returning to education who need a research and academic writing refresher; and anyone curious about the process of researching secondary sources, and crafting a quality school paper. In this course, you'll learn the steps to successfully planning, researching, and writing research essays and papers; insider tips from a college instructor on the most central ingredients to craft quality, impressive, and excellent essay assignments. This course is a combination of lectures with concise tutorials on writing programs and research websites that will make writing your paper a breeze! 

To successfully gain all the benefits from this course, students who have been assigned a paper for school should apply the skills developed here to that assignment. Students who have not been assigned an essay already, should utilize the sample instructions provided as a supplementary assignment here. All students also should use the pause moments, and activity questions provided, to organize, write, revise, and present your soon-to-be-excellent paper!


Who is the target audience?
  • Students seeking to learn the essentials of the writing process for literature reviews, research-essays, and book reports
  • Students from grades 6-college level seeking to improve formal classroom writing skills
  • Adults continuing or returning to education who need a research and academic writing refresher
  • Anyone curious about the process of researching secondary sources, and crafting a quality school paper
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Curriculum For This Course
9 Lectures
01:27:53
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Introduction
9 Lectures 01:27:53

Plan 1.1 - Introduction, Read Instructions
15:24

Plan 1.2-Choose Subject, Organize Information
10:34

Research: Finding Information for your Topic
11:18

Write 1.1: Writing the Paper
14:37

Write 1.2: Writing Tips, More Tutorials
14:11


Revise
07:53

Finalize, Present, Celebrate!
03:37
About the Instructor
Hannah Spadafora
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A. Hannah Spadafora is a college-level instructor of Anthropology, and a tutor of writing, social sciences, study skills, and select other subjects. Hannah's first course, Academic Writing Success, serves as a response to seeing common student mistakes in essay writing while teaching college, tutoring writing, and providing proofreading services. Hannah is also developing online courses for topics including anthropology, religion, and philosophy. 

Education Credentials:
Master of Arts, Anthropology
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy
Bachelor of Arts, Religious Studies
Minor: English