In this module students use different information and time management strategies, build academic vocabulary, revise basic grammar concepts and dictionary skills, examine learning styles, memory and note-taking techniques, practise academic reading skills and explore basic research and referencing techniques, learn how to use discourse markers and construct definitions, and are introduced to paragraph writing. The work is set in the context of the students’ field of study.
Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
As for BSc Four-year programme and BCom Four-year programme
4 discussion classes per week, Foundation Course, MAMELODI
Language of tuition
Natural + Agric Sciences Dean
Period of presentation
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