Written ExpressionSyllabus                               

 

Teaching Unit

Fundamental

Coefficient: 4

Credit: 6

Level: Second Year

 

Weekly time:

4h30

Aims and Objectives:

●Consolidating learners’ linguistic competence.

●Reviewing the mechanics of writing.

●Raising learners’ awareness of the conventions of writing.

●Developing learners’ strategic competence.

●Introducing and practising different texts development.

Learning Outcomes:

●Students will able to write an introductory, a developmental, and concluding

paragraphs

●Students will able to apply the mechanics of writing.

●Students will be able to recognize and then write different types of essays..

●Students can correct their writing mistakes thanks to their knowledge of the

conventions of writing.

References

Bailey, S. (2006). Academic writing: A handbook for international students (2nd

ed).London and New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

Folse, K. S. (2014). Great writing 4 (4th ed). Cengage Learning.

Ochima, A., & Hogue, A. (2006). Academic writing (4th ed). Pearson Education, Inc.

Kane, T. S. (2000). The Oxford: Essential guide to writing. Oxford University Press.

Robitaille, J., & Connelly, R. (2007). Writers’ resources from paragraph to essay

(2nded). Boston, MA (USA: Thomson Wardsworth).

Zemach, D., &Rumisek, L. (2005). Academic writing: From paragraph to

essay.MACMILLAN.

Course Content
Third Semester
Reminder

From paragraph to essay

Activities

I.            Essay organization

1.The introductory paragraph

2.The developmental paragraph

3.The concluding paragraph

 

II.            Different Types of  essays

1.      Process essay(writing activities)

2.      Descriptive essay(writing activities)

3.      Narrative essay (writing activities)

4.      Expository essay (writing activities)

 

End of Semester III

First Examination

Fourth Semester
I.                   Argumentative essay  (writing activities)

II.                Cause/effect essay       (writing activities)

 

III Summarizing(Book Report)

End of Semester IV

Second Examination

Assessment and Evaluation
Continuous Assessment

ü  50%

 

Final Assessment

ü  Exam 50%