Month Flat Week Day
Date: Wed. 2 Sep, 2009
Duration: All Day
Categories: Events*
Contact info: Debra Milton
The UCMR and KBC Research School will again offer English Writing courses taught by Accent AB. We have 4 date options for the basic course this fall.

We would also like to try an advanced course if any one is interested. The course description for the advanced course is given below and requires that you have taken the first course.

To register, please send by e-mail the following information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  by September 2, 2009
Name:
E-mail address:
Phone number:
Your Group leader:
First date choice basic course
Second date choice basic course
Advanced course


Basic Writing Course

1. Writing Course: Oct 20-22 (Tue-Thur)
2. Writing Course: Oct 26-28 (Mon-Wed)
3. Writing Course Oct. 28-30 (Wed-Fri)
4. Writing Course Nov 3-5 (Tue-Thur)


5. Advanced Writing Course Nov 9-11 (Mon-Wed)

Advanced Writing Course Description
This course is designed for students who have already taken an Accent writing course and who have a complete (or nearly complete) article that they plan to submit for publication or to use as part of a thesis (kappa). Building on the principles and strategies discussed in the first course, we will revise several paragraphs (maybe even pages if time allows) from each student‚s text. In addition to using some of the concepts discussed in the first course, we will discuss and practice more subtle strategies that deal with organization, sentence clarity, sentence transitions, paragraph cohesion, and paragraph transitions in light of your audience‚s needs and expectations. As this course is more hands-on than the first course, we will limit the number of students to six, providing plenty of time for each student to revise her work in class and to receive feedback from fellow students and the instructor.
What to bring:
The Accent Writing Notebook from the first course.
Your laptop.
A hardcopy of your text.
A digital copy of your text.