What’s New at ELWS: May/June Courses and Workshops

Online registration for the following ELWS May/June courses is OPEN. All current graduate students at U of T are eligible to register and courses are free: 

DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC COURSES

  • Thesis Writing in the Physical and Life Sciences
  • Writing CIHR Proposals (for students in the Physical and Life Sciences)
  • Writing NSERC Proposals (for students in the Physical and Life Sciences)
  • Writing SSHRC Proposals (for students in the Humanities and Social Sciences)
  • Oral Presentation Skills for Professional Master’s Students
  • Prewriting Strategies for Developing and Organizing Your Ideas (all divisions)


COURSES FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH

  • Becoming a Better Editor of Your Own Work (all divisions)
  • Oral Presentation Skills (for native and non-native speakers of English)
  • Oral Presentation Skills (for native speakers of English)


COURSES FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH

  • Academic Conversation Skills
  • Academic Writing 1: Focus on Essentials
  • Academic Writing 2: Focus on Grammar
  • Academic Writing 3: Focus on Style
  • Oral Presentation Skills (for native and non-native speakers of English)
  • Oral Presentation Skills (for non-native speakers of English)

Further information and dates can be found on the course registration page


What’s New at ELWS: May Workshops

No registration is required for ELWS workshops, and all members of the University of Toronto community are welcome to attend.

LISTENING AND SPEAKING IN ACADEMIC SETTINGS (for non-native speakers of English)
Mondays, 4:30-6 pm, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street, Room 1085 (all workshops taught by Art Babayants)

  • Mon. May 8:  Research-Based Strategies for Learning a Second Language
  • Mon. May 15:  Active Listening and Speaking in Academic Settings

Wednesdays, 4:30-6 pm, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street, Room 1085 (all workshops taught by Art Babayants)

  • Wed. May 17:  Strategies for Academic Vocabulary Acquisition
  • Wed. May 24:  Strategies for Clear Speaking and Pronunciation


GETTING THROUGH GRADUATE WORK (for graduate students in all disciplines)

Tuesdays, 3:30–5 pm, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street, Room 1073

  • May 9:  Writing Literature Reviews (Jane Freeman)
  • May 16:  Making the Most of Oral Presentations (Dr. Rachael Cayley)
  • May 23:  Editing Your Work Effectively (Trevor Cook)

Please visit our workshop page for a full schedule of our May/June workshops.

 


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