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2021 Fall Semester IWC Academic Writing & Presentation Seminar

Date
2021/09/03
Writer
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All international graduate students are encouraged to apply for 2021 Fall Semester IWC Academic Writing & Presentation Seminar, for which details are listed below.

 

1.      Seminar Period & Time: September 16 (Thu)~October 21 (Thu), 2021
   (Every Thursday at 12:00-13:00 for 6 weeks)

-        Administration Method:

n  Offline: Maximum of 36 students @ Common Lecture Building 4 Room 511
       (Selected on a first-come-first-serve basis; 1st-year students given
       priority)

n  Online: Maximum of 100 students Zoom link to be shared through e-mail

       (Students in excess and not able to take the course offline can take the

course offline)

2.      Participants: 136 international graduate students

3.      Application Method: Submit a Google Form response (https://forms.gle/JWEkg1SvyXJE5pv3A)

4.      Application Period: 2021. 9. 6.(Mon) 9:00 ~ 2021. 9. 13.(Mon) 18:00

5.      Instructor: Professor Zachary Thomas

6.      Curriculum

일정

내용

비고

CLASS 1

[Writing ]

- Cultivating a Successful Mindset for Completing Your Project

- Writing a Thesis Statement

  Students are encouraged to submit thesis statements on topics
provided by the professor

Lecture

Q&A

CLASS 2

[Writing ]

- Introduction to Academic Writing

- Introduction to Academic Research

- Resources for Academic Writing

Lecture

Q&A

CLASS 3

[Writing III]

- First Steps, Writing a Proposal

- Developing a Main Idea

- Writing Your Thesis Title, Abstract, Introduction, Literature Review, Research, Conclusion
5~6 thesis statements submitted by students to be selected and
   given feedback as examples in class

Lecture

Q&A

CLASS 4

[Writing IIII]

- Handling Professional Criticism

- Revising Your Thesis

Lecture

Q&A

CLASS 5

[Presentation I]

- Delivering an Academic Presentation

- Preparing a PPT or presentation for your thesis

- Understanding Expectations Proposal vs. Defense

Lecture

Q&A

CLASS 6

[Presentation II]

- Thesis Defense: Planning, Preparing, Executing Answering

Questions Confidently

- Final Thoughts

Students to submit revisions of thesis statements and 5~6
revisions to be presented as examples in class

Lecture

Q&A

7. Questions: Contact ohi.arielle@knu.ac.kr