Academic Writing For International College Students Of Commercial Enterprise And Economics

Academic Writing for International Students of Business and Economics

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The 0.33 version of Academic Writing for International Students of Business and Economics is written to assist global students achieve writing essays, reports and different papers for their English-language instructional publications. Thoroughly revised and updated to mirror troubles which include diversity and sustainability, this book is designed to let students and instructors without difficulty discover the assist they need, both inside the classroom and for self-take a look at.

The ebook is split into five components, comprising a complete of 42 devices:

  • The Writing Process
  • Elements of Writing
  • Language Issues
  • Vocabulary for Writing
  • Writing Models

New subjects in this edition encompass Writing in Groups, Written British and American English and Reflective Writing. In addition, the new interactive website has a complete set of teaching notes in addition to extra tough sports, revision material and hyperlinks to different sources. Additional capabilities of the e book consist of:

  • Models furnished for writing responsibilities inclusive of case studies and literature critiques
  • Use of proper educational texts from various assets
  • Designed for self-observe in addition to lecture room use
  • Useful at each undergraduate and postgraduate degree
  • A entire set of solutions to the practice sporting activities
  • Cross-references across all units

Providing a glossary to explain technical terms and written to address the particular language troubles confronted via international students of Business and Economics, this sensible, user-friendly book is an invaluable guide to instructional writing in English.Table of Contents

Introduction for Teachers; Introduction for Students; The Importance of Writing for Students of Business and Economics; Written British and American English – a short manual; Academic Writing Quiz; Part 1 The Writing Process; The writing technique flowchart; 1.1 Basics of Writing; 1.2 Reading: Finding Suitable Sources; 1.3 Reading: Developing Critical Approaches; 1.four Avoiding Plagiarism; 1.5 From Understanding Titles to Planning; 1.6 Finding Key Points and Note-making; 1.7 Summarising and Paraphrasing; 1.eight References and Quotations; 1.9 Contrasting Sources; 1.10 Organising Paragraphs; 1.11 Introductions and Conclusions; 1.12 Editing and Proofreading; Progress test 1; Part 2 Elements of Writing; 2.1 Argument and Discussion; 2.2 Cause and Effect; 2.three Comparison; 2.four Definitions; 2.5 Examples; 2.6 Generalisations; 2.7 Problems and Solutions; 2.8 Visual Information; Progress Check 2; Part three Language Issues; three.1 Cohesion; 3.2 Definite Articles; three.three Numbers; 3.4 Passive and Active; 3.five Punctuation; three.6 Singular and Plural; three.7 Style; three.eight Time Markers; Progress Check three; Part 4 Vocabulary for Writing; 4.1 Approaches to Vocabulary; 4.2 Abbreviations; four.3 Academic Vocabulary: Nouns and Adjectives; 4.4 Academic Vocabulary: Verbs and Adverbs; 4.5 Conjunctions; 4.6 Prefixes and Suffixes; 4.7 Prepositions; 4.eight Synonyms; Progress Check four; Part 5 Writing Models; five.1 Case Studies; five.2 Literature Reviews and Book Reviews; 5.three Writing Longer Papers; five.4 Reports and Executive Summaries; five.five Reflective Writing; five.6 Writing in Groups; Glossary; Answers; IndexAuthor(s)Biography

Stephen Bailey has taught English for Academic Purposes on the University of Nottingham and Derby University within the UK. Previously he taught students in Barcelona, Tokyo, Johor Bahru and Prague. His other books encompass Academic Writing, A Handbook for International Students (Routledge), The Essentials of Academic Writing for International Students (Routledge) and The Old Roads of Derbyshire (Matador).

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