Comprehending Academic Lectures, Volume 1; Volume 3

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Macmillan, Jan 1, 1986 - English language - 176 pages
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The program is designed to help mature college students move with confidence from the ESL classroom to the university lecture hall. Its goal is to enable students to develop strategies for comprehending academic lectures--to focus first on the main point of the lecture and then on the supporting information. It also aims to help students recognize typical rhetorical and organizational patterns in academic discourse and to use previous information and expectations about university courses in order to make appropriate predictions.

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Contents

Introduction
2
INTRODUCING THE LECTURE
29
Lesson 3
48
Copyright

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