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(EIL 217) Intermediate I Writing

Focuses on writing from sources mainly at the paragraph level; develops fundamental English grammar including verb tenses and sentence structure patterns and their components.

Credit Hours 4.0 Lecture
Prerequisite None
Offered Fall, Winter, Spring
Programs -

Course Outcomes

  1. Reading:
    • Use information from reading sources in your writing.
  2. Listening:
    • Use information from listening sources in your writing.
  3. Speaking:
    • Summarize notes or writing drafts in speed conversations with a partner.
    • Revise your work by discussing your writing with a tutor or teacher.
  4. Writing:
    • Write academic papers
  5. Vocabulary:
    • Complete vocabulary questions in unit tests.
    • Employ academic and topic-specific vocabulary in writing.
  6. Grammar:
    • Complete grammar questions in unit tests.
    • Identify grammatical phrases that accomplish particular acts.
    • Use appropriate grammatical phrases in written work.
  7. Learner Autonomy:
    • Make use of additional resources (including tutors, books, websites) to target individualized language learning needs
    • Visit regularly with tutors to evaluate personal language learning goals and progress.
    • Respond to metacognitive reflection questions about personal language learning activities throughout the semester.