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Steps to academic writing /
Marian Barry.
imprint
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
description
vi, 154 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
ISBN
0521184975, 9780521184977
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series title
imprint
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
isbn
0521184975
9780521184977
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catalogue key
7861815
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Designed for classroom use & independent study, this text will help students make the transition from the way they have been learning & using English at school to the approach expected at university. It will help them develop their academic writing skills & express themselves in a mature & appropriate way that is relevant to the context.
Main Description
For E2L students aged 16-18 who are planning to go on to study at an English-medium university. Steps to Academic Writing is aimed at students of English as a Second Language aged 16 to 18 who are planning to go on to study at an English-medium university. Designed for classroom use and independent study, it will help students make the transition from the way they have been learning and using English at school to the approach expected at university. The book will help them develop their academic writing skills and express themselves in a mature and appropriate way that is relevant to the context, whether it be a report, essay or other form of writing.
Main Description
Steps to Academic Writing is aimed at students of English as a Second Language aged 16 to 18 who are planning to go on to study at an English-medium university. Designed for classroom use and independent study, it will help students make the transition from the way they have been learning and using English at school to the approach expected at university. The book will help them develop their academic writing skills and express themselves in a mature and appropriate way that is relevant to the context, whether it be a report, essay or other form of writing.

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