English Whit #1 Using Sentence Connectors

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English Whit #1, Using Sentence Connectors, is the first in a series of online learning resources designed to demonstrate some of the learning and teaching styles at UNSW Foundation Studies. The learning sequence in this Whit is part of the Academic English curriculum in our Standard Foundation Program. 

This course is suitable for 16 to 21 year old students who want to improve their English writing skills in preparation for university. Scroll down this page for more information about UNSW Foundation Studies.

Using Sentence Connectors provides an opportunity for learners to understand more about the theory and practice relating to the use of cohesive devices. In this Whit, sentence connectors are employed to convert individual sentences into a meaningful paragraph. 

The skilful use of sentence connectors is  important when writing in English for academic purposes. We hope completing English Whit #1 Using Sentence Connectors helps you...

English Whit #1, Using Sentence Connectors, is the first in a series of online learning resources designed to demonstrate some of the learning and teaching styles at UNSW Foundation Studies. The learning sequence in this Whit is part of the Academic English curriculum in our Standard Foundation Program. 

This course is suitable for 16 to 21 year old students who want to improve their English writing skills in preparation for university. Scroll down this page for more information about UNSW Foundation Studies.

Using Sentence Connectors provides an opportunity for learners to understand more about the theory and practice relating to the use of cohesive devices. In this Whit, sentence connectors are employed to convert individual sentences into a meaningful paragraph. 

The skilful use of sentence connectors is  important when writing in English for academic purposes. We hope completing English Whit #1 Using Sentence Connectors helps you improve your academic writing skills.

 

All the best from the teaching staff at UNSW Foundation Studies.

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