English for Academic Purposes - EAP

EAP
Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:30
Tremough House (Seminar X/Seminar W/Boardroom)

Weekly language development workshops during July and August in Tremough House.

The focus of the course will be developed in negotiation with participants following a needs analysis in the first session. Possible topics include:

  • Academic Writing: Maintaining appropriate academic style in reports and articles.
  • Developing Spoken Skills: Focussing on fluency through discussion of topical issues.
  • Language in Use: Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Pronunciation: Focus on accurate production and recognition of the sounds of English.
EAP
Thursday, July 26, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:30
Tremough House (Seminar X/Seminar W/Boardroom)

Weekly language development workshops during July and August in Tremough House.

The focus of the course will be developed in negotiation with participants following a needs analysis in the first session. Possible topics include:

  • Academic Writing: Maintaining appropriate academic style in reports and articles.
  • Developing Spoken Skills: Focussing on fluency through discussion of topical issues.
  • Language in Use: Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Pronunciation: Focus on accurate production and recognition of the sounds of English.
EAP
Thursday, August 2, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:30
Tremough House (Seminar X/Seminar W/Boardroom)

Weekly language development workshops during July and August in Tremough House.

The focus of the course will be developed in negotiation with participants following a needs analysis in the first session. Possible topics include:

  • Academic Writing: Maintaining appropriate academic style in reports and articles.
  • Developing Spoken Skills: Focussing on fluency through discussion of topical issues.
  • Language in Use: Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Pronunciation: Focus on accurate production and recognition of the sounds of English.
EAP
Thursday, August 9, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:30
Tremough House (Seminar X/Seminar W/Boardroom)

Weekly language development workshops during July and August in Tremough House.

The focus of the course will be developed in negotiation with participants following a needs analysis in the first session. Possible topics include:

  • Academic Writing: Maintaining appropriate academic style in reports and articles.
  • Developing Spoken Skills: Focussing on fluency through discussion of topical issues.
  • Language in Use: Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Pronunciation: Focus on accurate production and recognition of the sounds of English.
EAP
Thursday, August 16, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:30
Tremough House (Seminar X/Seminar W/Boardroom)

Weekly language development workshops during July and August in Tremough House.

The focus of the course will be developed in negotiation with participants following a needs analysis in the first session. Possible topics include:

  • Academic Writing: Maintaining appropriate academic style in reports and articles.
  • Developing Spoken Skills: Focussing on fluency through discussion of topical issues.
  • Language in Use: Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Pronunciation: Focus on accurate production and recognition of the sounds of English.
EAP
Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:30
Tremough House (Seminar X/Seminar W/Boardroom)

Weekly language development workshops during July and August in Tremough House.

The focus of the course will be developed in negotiation with participants following a needs analysis in the first session. Possible topics include:

  • Academic Writing: Maintaining appropriate academic style in reports and articles.
  • Developing Spoken Skills: Focussing on fluency through discussion of topical issues.
  • Language in Use: Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Pronunciation: Focus on accurate production and recognition of the sounds of English.
EAP
Thursday, August 30, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:30
Tremough House (Seminar X/Seminar W/Boardroom)

Weekly language development workshops during July and August in Tremough House.

The focus of the course will be developed in negotiation with participants following a needs analysis in the first session. Possible topics include:

  • Academic Writing: Maintaining appropriate academic style in reports and articles.
  • Developing Spoken Skills: Focussing on fluency through discussion of topical issues.
  • Language in Use: Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Pronunciation: Focus on accurate production and recognition of the sounds of English.