Centre for Extended Learning(CEL)
East Campus 3 (EC3)
195 Columbia St. W.
|Course Code||EMLS 129R|
|Course Title||Written Academic English|
Designed specifically for students for whom English is not the first language, this writing skills course provides instruction in grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, elements of composition, and academic essay writing, including a focus on theme, development of central ideas, exposition, and argumentation. [Note: Not open to fluent writers of English.]
Typical terms may not reflect online offerings.
|Course Work and Exam||Spring 2021 course outline (note 2)|
|Author(s)||Pat Skinner and Maria Pop|
|Special Notes||1) Cross-listed with ENGL 129R (not offered online).
2) Open only to students whose first language is not English.
How to Register:
|Enrol In, Drop, and Swap Classes Online|
How to Register:
|How to Apply - Prospective Students|
|Fees||Tuition Fees, Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Awards|
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