EDUTL 6911

EDUTL 6911 – Writing for Coursework for International and Second Language Graduate Students

This course is designed for international and second language masters and doctoral students who need assistance with the composing and writing stages of a course-related project or paper (such as a research paper), a graduate school/department requirement (such as a candidacy exam paper, concept paper) and supporting genres (such as the statement of teaching philosophy and personal statement). The course also provides students further guidance and practice in editing for coherence, grammar, and style, as well as in using sources effectively. Students are required to attend the first two sessions of the course, after which they arrange individual tutorials with the instructor to consult on their projects. Students submit a statement of teaching philosophy or personal statement and a finished or nearly finished paper at the end of the semester.
2 credit hours; graded S/U.