Course ObjectiveThe aim of this course is the learn Premaster students to build a
scientific argument, and help to improve their academic English.
Course ContentThe practice of academic writing will be introduced in a number of
lectures. Students will practice academic writing in a number
of small assignments. The morning programme will focus on the actual
writing of academic texts, the afternoon programme will introduce a few
anthropological key texts which will be read and summarized, using the
so-called 'paraphrase' method. Eventually, students will write an essay
on a topic of their choice, using the three key texts.
Teaching MethodsLectures, study group meetings and working in peer groups. Please note:
all courses in the premaster programme are scheduled once a
week on Fridays, consisting of morning and afternoon sessions.
Method of AssessmentWritten assignments.
LiteratureTo be announced in the course manual (see CANVAS).
Target AudiencePremaster students in Social and Cultural Anthropology.
Additional InformationPlease note: This course is open to Premaster students in Social and
Cultural Anthropology only.
Recommended background knowledgeActive participation in the preceding courses.
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Social Sciences|
|Course Coordinator||H.B. Ploegman MSc|
|Examiner||H.B. Ploegman MSc|
H.B. Ploegman MSc
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|Teaching Methods||Lecture, Practical|