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This tutorial explores annotations and abstracts, providing definitions, identifying elements to include, and discussing... see more

Basic guildeines for introductory literature students with questions for readers to consider on first impressions, types... see more

Students learn to evaluate and use evidence effectively, structure an argument, and understand shared assumptions.

Copied from the introduction to the site: After reading Heart of Darkness, you (the student) may feel that the meaning of... see more

Discusses concepts in topic development, including sizing topics, finding an angle, introducing complexity, and viewing... see more

Norton Introduction to Literature website includes workshops, a glossary, quizzes, and comprehension questions. Access to... see more

This 30-minute interactive tutorial was designed to help students incorporate online sources into their oral... see more

An interactive exercise on the kind of words which are, and which are not, suitable to use when writing an acaddemic... see more

This site demonstrates how to decode an essay title to help when writing essays and examination questions. Finding clues... see more

This site covers constructing and improving the paragraph structure of an essay with simple and more advanced examples

This is an introduction to academic writing style designed for graduate students.

This is a guide to writing essays in sections: outline, analyse, conclusion, editing, introduction, planning, research,... see more

This is a guide to writing reports and accounts of practical investigations in real settings, including thinking about... see more

From a West Saxon dialect to a global phenomenon, from runes to rap, the development of English follows a fascinating... see more

A poetry site about the creative process. Famous poets are asked to write a poem on a specific topic in fifteen minutes.... see more

This tutorial goes hand in hand with the Citation Machine that guides students in correct citation procedures. The... see more

The authors distinguish between prosodic functions (what the prosody does) and prosodic forms (what the prosody is). The... see more

This site contains short tutorials regarding special grammar circumstances: active voice versus passive voice, who vs... see more

This is a simple to use blog site that is great for student based journaling & blogging and can be easily regulated by... see more

This is a great site that allows you to listen to various plays. It includes several plays by American women writers,... see more

Fifteen poems you can write now. poetryexpress is intended for all poets, from inexperienced to advanced. To get the most... see more

This site is subtitled:"Technology in the Classroom: Teaching the first digital generation." At Web English, teacher... see more

(1) Original materials for learning phonetics; (2) Language and linguistics links; (3) ESL listening practice; (4) Poetry

Poetry Magic is a resource centre for the theory and craft of writing and analysing poetry. What is poetry? How does it... see more