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Using Writing for University Courses for the first time

Using Writing for University Courses again

Using the topics

- Using Practice and Advice

- Using the Checklists

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Using Advice and Practice

Advice gives guidance about each item at the relevant level, Starter or Development.

Practice has exercises which allow you to try out what you know about each item at the relevant level, Starter or Development.

For any item, you can move between Advice and Practice, by clicking on the 'tabs' at the top of the Starter and Development menus.

If you wish to view a larger version of the Practice exercises, click on 'View larger version of this exercise', included above each of the exercises.

You could:

  • start with the Practice, checking the Advice if you find an exercise difficult or confusing
  • start with the Advice, then go to the Practice to check out your use of a particular rule.

If you find the Practice exercises or the Advice difficult , it may be worth contacting the Student Services Centre. They can conduct a screening for dyslexia and suggest ways you can get support to improve your skills. See References and Resources in the Main Menu for where to find Student Services.

 

 

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