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- Learn to write essays with skill which will help with all written assignments whether for school or work. Learn to write in a clear and logical way.
Note: This course offers feedback and support.
*New July 2020 - Thesis Statements Made Easy
* New May 2020 - Brainstorming
*June 21, 2019 - Proofreading to Make Your Writing Shine!
Some student comments:
"Thanks, Ronald, this is an excellent course!"
"It was a good match for me. It gave me a bigger picture of what I should be considering when writing a paragraph or essay."
"I feel that this course gave me enough information which will help me to concentrate on the most important aspects of essay writing. I enjoyed Ron's style and how he conveyed all the information in an organised and systematic way that made the whole course flow. Thank you."
This course offers you the opportunity to improve your essay writing skills with real practice. It takes you through the process from Beginning Strategies to the Proofreading Strategy at the end. You will learn about writing a solid thesis as well as excellent supporting sentences and conclusions to create an essay that conveys your meaning and makes the grade!
10 quizzes and 7 assignments augment the learning experience.
Some assignments now give you the opportunity for feedback from the instructor- having your own private tutor!
Taking this course will improve your scores on the IELTS, TOEFL, and other English tests - particularly the writing sections.
The course looks at creating introductory, body, and concluding paragraphs that "pack a punch" and deliver.
You will learn how to use continuity and generate interest throughout your written work.
Learning to use the value of structures, climax, and the end position will strengthen your message.
Technical considerations will teach you how to avoid the most common errors that writers make when creating essays.
The section on proofreading provides you with essential information about how to ensure that all your hard work does not go to waste.
Who should take this course:
Students wishing to improve their writing skills will definitely benefit from this course.
Ron takes a very relaxed approach, providing students with all the tools they need to excel. The assignments allow the students to take a proactive approach to applying the knowledge they have gained.
The final assignment allows them the opportunity to practice writing a mini-essay!
Academically, the information provided will help students from upper grade school to adult writers.
Students who complete the course and apply the lessons learned will have a full understanding of the essay writing process and how to achieve the best results.
Although this course is not directly related to specific tests or exams, it will prepare learners for any test that requires clear and concise writing.
- This course is suitable for upper-grade school to adult students who are learning about essay writing or who wish to refresh their writing skills. The short, clearly explained lessons are suitable for those learning English (EFL) as well - provided they have at least an intermediate English level to understand the lectures.
Learn about four different kinds of sentences by structure: simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex. Also, learn about the "power position" and how to make your sentences effective.
At the end of the lecture you should be able to write sentences in all four styles, using a variety of sentences in your articles and essays.
Also, you will learn to read your work aloud and what to look for when doing this.
You will learn the basics of an introductory and concluding paragraph.
Central paragraphs are the main focus. You will learn about topic sentences, transitional strategies, and "putting flesh on the bones" - providing the kind of information that essays really require.
In this lesson, you will learn the importance of having continuity - using an arrangement, transitional sentences, pronoun references, and limited repetition.
We will also look at parallel structures.
The Interest section provides you with many methods to generate and then maintain interest throughout your essay.
You will learn about the ascending order of structure-value and how to use this to write more powerfully.
Also, you will learn about the importance of climax and the end position when writing to ensure that your sentences and paragraphs really "pack a punch" and get your point across in an effective way.
This lesson covers eleven major points which vary considerably but are all important in writing an essay that delivers your message clearly, concisely, and effectively.
These include recognizing your audience, technical language, active voice, positive statements, details & specifics, omitting needless words (padded language), faulty reference, tenses, acronyms/abbreviations, personal pronoun limits, and gender neutral language!