English for Academic Purposes
Credit units: 0
College: Office of the Provost
Department: The Language Centre
Academic Preparation introduces students to academic English with authentic post-secondary activities. Reading and writing skills are the main focus although listening and speaking are also developed through note-taking, presentations, and discussion groups. Students will apply and expand on these skills in the next level of study EAP 60.0.
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