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Feedback shortcuts for assessing writing
Here is a set of comments I use frequently when giving feedback to students. It's designed for EFL writers with an English level equivalent to IELTS 5.5 or above. The links are to sites I regularly use in teaching, and the recommended books are available in my university library. Feel free to adapt according to your students' level, needs and available resources. There are different ways you could exploit the comments set: 1. (on paper) as a cover sheet when returning written work. 2. (in Microsoft Word) as the basis for creating AutoText entries, which you can quickly insert into Comments when reviewing electronic copies of your students' work. 3. (in Turnitin) as the basis for creating a QuickMark set in GradeMark. I've appended the .qms file so if you're already a Grademark user you can download then import it into your own Quickmark library and modify as appropriate.

Shared with the World by Carol Bailey

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Grammar and Academic Style for EAP (English for Academic Purposes)
This series of six two-hour classes looks at areas of grammar and academic style important for non-native speakers of English who are expected to produce written assignments such as essays and dissertations. Areas covered include the division of time (verb tense/aspect work), cautious language (hedging), text cohesion (discourse markers), the use of the passive, the use of personal pronouns, nominalization and other style tips. This is pitched at upper-intermediate to advanced students, IELTS 6.0 to 7.5/8.0.

Shared with the World by Mr Emmanuel Godin

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Making notes from written sources, paraphrasing and summaries
These materials provide an introduction to and practice in note taking, paraphrasing and summarising. They are designed for postgraduate international students, specifically in applied linguistics/ELT, although they could also be used with undergraduate students. The materials consist of two handouts with activities, answer keys and a PowerPoint.

Shared with the World by Dr Will Baker

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Oral presentation language MC
A short multiple choice exercise on the language of oral presentations in English

Shared with the World by Dr Will Baker

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Referencing and citations 'Harvard style'
These materials offer an introduction for using the correct protocol for citations and references in academic essays following the ‘Harvard’ system. They are designed for postgraduate international students, specifically in applied linguistics/ELT, although they could also be used with undergraduate students. The materials consist of a handout, an accompanying PowerPoint, an example and teacher’s notes with suggested activities.

Shared with the World by Dr Will Baker

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Style in academic writing
These materials offer an introduction to using appropriate style in academic writing. They are designed for postgraduate international students, specifically in applied linguistics/ELT, although they could also be used with undergraduate students. The materials consist of a reference handout, an accompanying PowerPoint, a handout with exercises, and a paragraph to re-write in appropriate academic style together with an example answer.

Shared with the World by Dr Will Baker

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