EAP1015 Fall 2014 SCHEDULE
Mondays and Wednesdays August 25 - Dec 3, 2014
Writing assignments (due Research paper; Theme
Sunday by midnight)
Begin with the end in Mind
25-Aug Overview of
A Global Threat ix
Journal of Entrepreneurship and
Innovation in Emerging Economies
2016 SAGE Publications
India Private Limited
Research paper note cards
The Declaration of Independence
1. Tim is writing a paper about the founding documents of the United States.
Naturally, the Declaration of Independence is one of the mos
Notetaking Exercise: The Civil Rights Movement
Lets pretend youre writing a paper about the modern Civil Rights Movement in the US,
and youre interested in how it affected people in the south. You find a great article
online using Gelman in Agora Vol. 44
Margaret Davenport, Vice President
It has recently been brought to my attention that a percentage of our sales representatives
have been failing to log reports of their client calls in our customer da
THE FOUR GOLDEN BANANA RULES OF ARTICLES
1. Use the before all definite nouns (singular and plural count and noncount nouns)
Thank you for the banana.
Thank you for the bananas.
Thank you for the fruit.
2. Do NOT use articles before generic (general, not
Write with Precision
A. In each of the following sentences, underline the more specific word or phrase in parentheses.
Alice Mitchell Rivlin was an important (person / economist) in the federal government.
1. Rivlin worked for (an important gover
Using APA or MLA
King paraphrase controversy
What do you think?
"If you want to say that I was a drum major, say that I
was a drum major for
Chapter 9 Essay (Sentences)
Chapter 9-Salvation-Suggested Writing Assignment #1
If you ask me Do you like Lady Gaga?, I will possibly answer passionately Yes! .
However, if I am sitting in my dorm and want to play some music, will I choose Lady
George Washington University Language Center
English for Academic Purposes 1015
Theme field trip:
EAP 1015: American Multicultural Perspective
Reading, Genre Awareness, and Task Design 11 1
As observed in Chapter 3, NRviews genre as dynamic and evolving; in-
struction tends to assign priority to rhetorical situations over the analy-
sis of lexicogrammatical features (Freedman 8r Medway, 1994a, 1