In this module students learn how to interpret and use visual literacy conventions. Students write more advance paragraphs, and also learn how to structure academic writing, how to refine their use of discourse markers and referencing techniques and how to structure their own academic arguments. Students’ writing is expected to be rational, clear and concise. As a final assignment all aspects of the LST 133 and LST 143 modules are combined in a research assignment. In this project, students work in writing teams to produce a chapter on a career and to present an oral presentation of aspects of the chapter. 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
Foundation Course, 4 discussion classes per week, MAMELODI
Language of tuition
Natural + Agric Sciences Dean
Period of presentation
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