WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY FOR THE FINAL EXAMS (JUNE & SEPTEMBER 2016)
- TEXT 1 (a): TEXT 1 – Concentration gradients
- TEXT 2: – A Brief Tour of the Cell Cycle
- TEXT 3: ‘What is Cloning?’ http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/cloning/whatiscloning/
- TEXT 4: Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics
- TEXT 5: Fungi, an Introduction , http://www.biology-resources.com/fungi-01.html –(this text is to be prepared by students)
- There will also be an unknown text
- Presentation 3 – Structuring paragtaph:- a) General-to-Specific Expository Paragraph (Introduction -Topic Sentence – Controlling Idea – Primary & Secondary Supporting Sentences in a paragraph-Theory/Practice), b) methods of development – E4, c) Achieving Coherence-ParksCoherence in Writing (theory) (time/place order & order of importance patterns, cohesion devices, tense consistency, sentence combining etc.), d) From paragraph to Essay.
- ABSTRACTS.holt guide– Abstract Writing (theory & practice) (see relevant link)
- Parallel structures/Parallelism (see relevant E2 grammar links), Coherence, cohesion devices (revision)
- Features of academic language: Formality /Complexity (see the relevant links- Features of Academic Writing)/Hedging/Accuracy, Objectivity, Precision, Explicitness, Responsibility.
- Emphatic structures
- Describing data in a Table, a Graph and a Chart (revision)
- Revision of general grammar and syntax (tenses, Latin plurals, comparisons etc.)
- Revision of summarizing, paraphrasing and translation strategies
- Revision of functions (description of plants, animals or objects, commentary on certain issues etc.)