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Talk About English (BBC) Academic Listening 10

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It’s time for Academic Listening - a series for students at English-speaking universities. Join Susan Fearn and members of the World Service class of 2001 as they continue to look at academic writing.

Susan: No-one ever said that being a student would be easy! But we start today with a practical tip from one of our World Service students. If two brains are better than one – why not team up with other students when you study … especially when you’re working on a written assignment.

CLIP: Student Emma When it comes to students helping each other - say for example you are given an assignment - we always get three topics, and we choose one, and we have what we call e-groups and we e-mail each other and everyone says - I've taken the first question: anyone who's interested to have a discussion about that? So you come together as a group for the same question, do your research and discuss it, and everyone shares their ideas and then go and write your assignment - give it to each other to read - especially to check the grammar. We always make use of students with English as a first language. This is very helpful.

Susan: You may find that you’ve got plenty of ideas for your essay, but that it’s hard to express them in accurate and appropriate English. Or you may have problems organising your written work. Well, last time we suggested that it’s a good idea to approach writing as a series of stages in which you prepare and revise draft versions of your work. Today, we’ll think about some of the stylistic conventions that you have to follow as a writer of academic English, and we’ll think a little more about the research stage of the writing process.
Brainstorming is something you could do with other students. But wouldn’t that be cheating? Not according to Tony Lynch. He’s a senior lecturer at the Institute for Applied Language Studies at the University of Edinburgh.

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