The main part of the essay: Here the emphasis is on the writing which occurs between the two, the main body of the essay. It takes practice to manage the material you use in analysing and interpreting a work of literature. With this in mind it should be stressed that it is important to plan the essay in advance.
All students whose native language is not English, including international students and residents or citizens of the United States, are required by the Faculty Senate Rules and Regulations to enroll in the English language courses, if any, specified for them by the AEC before enrolling in any academic work.
Admission to KU does not constitute a waiver of the University of Kansas English proficiency requirement. Students may be required to take the English Proficiency Exam and may be required to take courses with the Applied English Center.
Courses labeled and above and AECT are available for credit toward an undergraduate degree. To receive a grade of Credit, students must receive a grade of A, B, or C in the course.
Transcripts show No Credit for these courses in which students receive a grade of D or F. A maximum of 9 hours of credit may count toward undergraduate degrees in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the School of Business.
A maximum of 6 hours of credit may count toward undergraduate degrees in the School of Architecture, Design and Planning. Consult an advisor in the College or school for details. Level 1 Support Course. In this class, learners will look at vocabulary in authentic contexts.
Students examine vocabulary for depth, considering the types of word knowledge needed to know, to understand, and to use words correctly. Examples of this data include collocations, synonyms, antonyms, and word parts prefixes, roots, and suffixes.
This course also focuses on increasing the breadth of learner vocabulary. Placement by the Applied English Center.
Level 2 Support Course. Verbs enable language users to convey multi-dimensional messages, allowing them to travel precisely back and forth in time and indicate what is possible, permissible and polite. Yet many students see and use verbs in a one-dimensional way, focusing on the definition of the verb but disregarding the time message of tense and the nuance of modals.
This class will address that discrepancy. Although students will practice verb forms, the class concentration will be on the recognition and accurate use of the functional message of verb tenses and modals.
Specifically, students will analyze the forms and functions of targeted verb tenses, select appropriate verb tenses in written and oral activities and expand control of sentence-level grammar.
Level 3 Support Course. This course supports the Level 3 core courses by emphasizing and targeting reading skills in an effort to further improve their reading comprehension, increase their reading fluency and develop their vocabulary as demonstrated in their writing and speaking.Business Writing.
In business, your writing counts. It’s a projection of yourself (and your company) just as much as what you wear or how you conduct yourself in a meeting. Good writing skills will enhance your image, increase your confidence, boost your productivity, and help you achieve your objectives on a daily basis.
R/W Reading and Writing (AECR) GFC Grammar for Communication (AECG) NB: Students can typically be concurrently enrolled in the AEC and KU courses (if admitted or academically eligible for admission) after passing one or more sections of the Proficiency Test; this occurs after Level 2.
Short Term Program with Applied English Center Course Enrollment: _____. Hours. U. Skill-based special topics at appropriate level(s) for short term program students attending core AEC courses for a partial term.
Prerequisite: Placement in this course by the Applied English Center. LEC. AECR helps you provide paragraph structure for constructed responses and body paragraphs in any subject area.
It requires you to make a statement or claim, back it up with evidence, connect the evidence to you claim and explain why it is important, and close that paragraph effectively. Literacy: AECR Activity Prompt: After viewing the video on Company Towns and reading the article on the Pullman Town, use the AECR style of writing to create an argumentative paragraph defining a company town and explaining whether or not a company town is good idea or not.
Cite at three pieces of evidence to support your assertion. AEC 5.
Short Term Program with Applied English Center Course Enrollment: _____. Hours U. Skill-based special topics at appropriate level(s) for short term program students attending core AEC courses for a partial term. Prerequisite: Placement in this course by the Applied English Center.