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British English

Advance in Academic Writing with MyEnglishLab & eText

British English

Advance in Academic Writing with MyEnglishLab & eText

Author: Marshall, Steve
Publisher: Pearson ELT
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9782761341509
Publication Date: 2018
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Level: C1 Advanced
Price: £38.99
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Advance in Academic Writing is a comprehensive coursebook that prepares students for success in their college and university studies. In each chapter, students read authentic academic texts and develop key analytic skills around the texts. Advance explains in detail a range of different academic writing processes that will help students succeed.

Advance in Academic Writing has been designed specifically to help students make a successful transition to college and university studies in whi....
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ch they are required to write assignments in academic English. Advance integrates active and critical reading, critical thinking, academic vocabulary building, academic writing style, and effective sentence structure and grammar around authentic academic texts. As students respond to these texts, they are taken through the research and writing processes they will need to master to succeed in their respective fields of study.

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Customized My eLab features:

• self-grading consolidation activities that are matched thematically and numerically to the book chapters

• consolidation activities that focus on vocabulary, grammar, critical thinking, critical reading, academic style, and writing

• sample student essays with self-grading text analysis tasks

• support material for teachers, including a teacher's manual, answer keys, rubrics, and peer review sheets
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Part 1 WRITING AND RESEARCH: GETTING STARTED

Chapter 1 Seven Stages of the Writing Process

Chapter 2 Understanding Research

Chapter 3 Bringing in Others' Ideas: Reading

Chapter 4 Bringing in Others' Ideas: Writing

Part 2 ESSAY SECTIONS: PARAGRAPHS, INTRODUCTIONS, AND CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 5 Presenting Coherent Arguments

Chapter 6 Paragraphs

Chapter 7 Introductions in Academic Writing

Chapter 8 Conclusions in Academic Writing

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pter 9 Review and Consolidation

Part 3 WRITING FOR DIFFERENT ACADEMIC PURPOSES

Chapter 10 Describing Processes and Statistical Data

Chapter 11 Writing Arguments in Essays

Chapter 12 Making Comparisons

Chapter 13 Writing about Problems and Solutions

Chapter 14 Writing about Causes and Effects

Chapter 15 Review and Consolidation

Part 4 HANDBOOK: WRITING EFFECTIVE SENTENCES

Unit 1 Tense and Aspect

Unit 2 Articles, Nouns, and Noun Phrases

Unit 3 Clauses and Sentences

Unit 4 Relative Clauses

Unit 5 Punctuation: Commas and Semicolons

Unit 6 Participle Phrases

Unit 7 The Passive Voice

Unit 8 Punctuation: Colons and Apostrophes

Unit 9 Sentence Fragments, Comma Splices, and Run-On Sentences

Unit 10 Subject-Verb Agreement

Unit 11 Conditional Sentences

Unit 12 Parallel Structure

Unit 13 Modal Auxiliary Verbs

Unit 14 Inversion for Emphasis

APPENDICES

Appendix 1 Linking Words in Academic Writing

Appendix 2 APA Citation Style

Appendix 3 MLA Citation Style

Appendix 4 35 Mistakes to Avoid in Academic Writing
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