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College Writing Made Simple 3

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Course Discussion

TOEFL、TOEIC、IELTS、GEDの準備に優れたコース。

The Cause and Effect Essay

EXPLORE THE WORLD OF POVERTY AS YOU WRITE A CAUSE AND EFFECT ESSAY

  • Level: Intermediate 2
  • Instructor: Richard P Carrigan, MSE
  • Commitment: 4 weeks
  • Available: In Session

Overview

College Writing is a teacher-assisted, self-study course designed to build a foundation for academic level coursework. In this course, you will learn the process of writing a cause and effect essay. You will study strategies for learning vocabulary, understanding authentic reading passages, summarizing, and making outlines. When you have finished this course, you will be prepared to plan, write, and revise an academic essay. This course is for intermediate, non-native speakers of English who plan to attend a university in the United States and need to master academic reading and writing skills. Lessons include video presentations, authentic reading passages, downloadable handouts, and interactive quizzes.

Scope and Sequence | College Writing 3

Reading

• Scanning • Authentic reading passages • Read for main ideas • Read for details

Writing

• Writing Summaries • Understand organization of cause and effect essay • Make an outline • Write a five-paragraph cause and effect essay • Revise, edit, rewrite

Vocabulary

• Strategies for new vocabulary • Words from Academic Word List • Definitions and Word families • Collocations

Grammar

• Gerunds and Infinitives

Learner Outcome

• Express your opinion on the effects of poverty and society.

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Modules

Preview

In this course, you will work on developing a cause and effect essay. As you do, you will develop reading, vocabulary, and grammar skills necessary to complete the assignment.

Lessons