ESL Workshop- Academic Writing with Clarity
Clear writers create concreate actors.
Academic writers often over-use nominalization and employ other grammatical forms that make it difficult for readers to easily understand exactly what a sentence means. In this workshop, we examine the need to express actions in verbs and the even greater need to create short, concrete actors, when they do not exist.
Writing with Clarity
Writing clearly in English is a challenge for native and non-native writers alike. What is it in a sentence that makes readers judge it as complex and unclear or as direct and easily understood? What general principles can we follow that will enable us to revise a sentence so that readers will judge it as clear and concise? These are the questions we will explore throughout these workshops.
These ESL writing workshops are designed to unravel the complexities of crafting clear and concise English sentences, a challenge faced by both native and non-native writers. Through interactive sessions, we delve into the intricacies of sentence structure, uncovering what makes writing seem complex or straightforward to readers. Participants will learn and apply general principles of clarity and conciseness, empowering them to revise and enhance their writing for improved readability and impact. Join us to explore these fundamental questions and elevate your writing skills.
- Tuesday, March 19, 2024
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm
- DALL 0149