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Academic English
BBUS
Lecturer : Alan J Hartnett
Associate lecturers: Sarah Doan & Hoai Anh


Course outline

Expectations
Preparing to write
Academic reading
Debating
Final Essay

Critical thinking
Reliable sources
Essay development
Presentation


S1


S2

S3

S4

S5

S6

S7

You are here

Due

HW (Group)
500 words



S8

Due

• Random group

(lecture)

presentation (lecture)

•Final outline- Final indi.essay

• Choosing debating

Submit Group essay

• Random group
presentation



1000 words

(lecture)

• First draft_ Final

topics

indi.essay

Draft outline- Final indi.essay

S9

Random group

Second draft_ Final

presentation

indi.essay

(lecture)

Random group presentation

S10

Debating workshop

S11

S12

S13

Final draft_ Final
indi.essay

S14

• Group presentation

S15

Group presentation

S15+1w

Final individual
essay


Academic Reading & Writing


TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Review (lecturer)

1. Introduction (1

st

group)

2. Ways of Reading (1

3. Note taking (2

nd

4. Summarizing (3

5. Evaluating (3

6. Q&A (4

th

rd

st

group)

group)

rd

group)

group)

group)


1. REVIEW

Researching & Citing

Lecturer


Guidance for presentation






Each group will have 15 minutes in total for delivering presentation
Groups are encouraged to add additional examples/ videos to support for your presentation
All members in each group must present
3 groups will be randomly selected for presentation; the remaining group will have 1 minute
for discussion and then give Q&A


1. INTRODUCTION

The appearance of MODERN TECHNOLOGY has led to the ignorance of
READING CULTURE


6 main BENEFITS OF READING








Mental Stimulation
Stress Reduction

Knowledge
Vocabulary Expansion

Stronger critical thinking skills
Improved focus and concentration


How many purposes of reading can you think of?


2. WAYS OF READING

-

Reading for pleasure
Reading for general
understanding

-

Reading to learn
Reading to evaluate critically

st
1 group


What are the differences between READING FOR PLEASURE and ACADEMIC READING?


READING MATERIALS TIME

HOW CAREFULLY WE THINK ABOUT
CONTENTS


2. WAYS OF READING

“Reading is an Art
&
Reader is an Artist.”


Reading for
underst-anding

Reading effectively

Reading for

Selective reading

research

Critical reading

Active reading


To be an Effective Reader, you need….

Don’t read front to back

Read for key details

Read the book once but your notes multiple
times


2 Strategies for Selective Reading

Skimming

Scanning

-

-

Definition
Example

Definition
Example


Active Reading involves:

Underlining

Writing comments

Making notes

Writing question

Summarizing



Stage 1 : Pre-reading strategies




Purpose: to become familiar



Stage 2: Reading strategies

Stage 3: Post-reading strategies

Intensive reading, which



with the text

means you read carefully

3 quick steps: survey – skim

and critically

– scan



Purpose: to strengthen
understanding and memory




“Survival” steps

Re
ad

ing
Un
de
for
rst
an
din
g !?

Recall
Review


READING for RESEARCH

Evaluate sources

Make sense of

Narrow your

reading lists

research


2. WAYS OF READING

Critical Reading

•PROCESS
Comprehending/ Restating

Summarising/ Desribing

Evaluating/ Interperting
Critical readers restate, describe and interpret what they read
st
1 group
22


2. WAYS OF READING

Critical Reading

Summarise
What the text does?

Evaluate
Comprehend

What the text

What the text says

means?

Critical reading
st
1 group
23


2. WAYS OF READING

Critical Reading
Not just read words
Infer meaning
from the text

Gain

Reflect on

knowledge

the text

from the text

Critical readers
st
1 group
24


2. WAYS OF READING

Critical Reading

Critique the
reliability

Critique the
Critique the style

argument

Critique the
author

st
1 group
25


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