The Academic Word List (AWL) contains 570 words that are commonly found in academic English. The AWL is divided into 10 sublists based on frequency. By incorporating words from the AWL, learners will adopt a more formal, academic writing style.
This website is chock-full of useful information, particularly for ESOL students, and writing tutors. The user-friendly website is well-organized, coherent, reliable, and easy to navigate.
What can you do when your learner balks at the idea of writing a story? Click on the link above for some ideas.
Tutors and teachers often have a difficult time getting students to write. Trying to put one’s thoughts down in a way that makes sense and at the same time trying to remember all the rules of grammar and spelling can be daunting to anyone, especially to a new writer. In this workshop, participants learn a writing process that can help students (and themselves) overcome their fear of writing. Participants will learn this process by reflecting on their own experiences as teachers and writers, as well as by doing some writing themselves.
This free English homework help resource guide includes links that will help learners complete reading assignments, compile research and write papers.
This site explains why plagiarism [using another’s work and claiming it as your own] is wrong and shows you how to prevent it when completing writing projects.