Hilary Nesi, Professor in English language at Coventry University, discusses the written genres university students are required to produce in different disciplines and at different levels of study.  The presentation draws on findings from the 6.5 million word British Academic Written English (BAWE) corpus of student writing.




An interesting webinar (if I can call it like that). I did learn quite a few new things about essay genres. I guess one will learn more from such 'webinars' than anylizing other authors' pieces like essays at http://jetwriters.com/slavery-essay/ (I was told it helps). In fact reading does help a lot to improve writing skills (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mike-hanski/read-more_b_5192754.html). Well, still quite unsure how my skills improved. Anyways, a fascinating video. I'm looking forward to see next one.

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