Introduction to Academic Writing (IAW101-S)
This course will start at the organizational level of writing essays, proceed to developing paragraphs through the rhetorical modes and finally focus on sentence level construction and vocabulary development. Students will be expected to write several essays outside class and to write at least one essay in class under a time limit. Skills will be developed through a series of brief exercises and peer evaluation.
Adam Dabrowski is native to the Pacific Northwest's Portland, Oregon. He speaks North American English, and is interested in the way that culture and perception shape language. He currently teaches academic English preparation and other subjects at a private high school in Shibuya-ku. In addition to language teaching, Adam is also interested in art and design. As an undergraduate he studied metal sculpture, stone carving, as well as digital and traditional photography.
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