ENG 211 ACADEMIC SPEAKING SKILLS
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English 211 is a speaking course designed with the aim of equipping students with the essential speaking skills they need to cope with the English language as medium of instruction. Therefore, the course revolves around two main focuses: academic speaking and presentation skills. To this end, the course offers a theme based approach where all four skills are integrated to foster various speaking opportunities. Since the main focus of the course is on speaking, the listening, reading and writing tasks will serve as springboard to either generate or to complement speaking. The emphasis put on variety, language skills and the balance between input and practice throughout the course will help students become more confident, autonomous and competent speakers of English.
ENG 211 COURSE COORDINATOR: Meriç Gülcü Kurç
PLAGIARISM POLICY and TURNITIN REQUIREMENTS FOR ENG 211 :
MLD requires all students to observe the highest ethical standards in their academic work. Students who engage in unethical practices and/or conspire with others will fail the course. To prevent plagiarism and ensure the originality of your work, MLD asks all students of Eng 211 to use the Turnitin program. Here are a few reminders you need to consider regarding the procedure:
· You are expected to upload your Presentation 1, Presentation 2 and Final Presentation slides to Turnitin. If you fail to submit your slides before the deadline announced by your instructor, your presentation will not be graded.
· You can upload PowerPoint files (.pptx, .ppt, .ppsx, pdf, or .pps) via file upload, Google Drive, or Dropbox. If you prefer a different format than the ones given (e.g. Prezi) in your presentation, you will have to convert the slides to pptx, .ppt, .ppsx, pdf or .pps to be able to upload them.
Please be informed that if Turnitin detects plagiarism in your work, due action will be taken by MLD administration.
Refer to MLD Plagiarism Policy document on MLD website to see the details and actions that are regarded as plagiarism.