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  • Tutor: Monika Stawicka, PhD 
  • School: Doctoral School in the Humanities
  • Description: This workshop helps non-native English speakers to improve their writing skills to facilitate functioning in English in the academia. The focus is on pragmatics with special emphasis on developing written scholarly texts with the intention of communicating science more efficiently. The workshop also includes academic correspondence. The participants will have ample opportunity to practice using English for such academic purposes. An assumed level of participants’ proficiency in written English for this course is B2+ or higher. The postgraduate level of performance is expected where it is assumed that the participants are, to a great extent, responsible for their own learning. The participants are expected to take part in all the meetings and to complete the assignments on time in a thorough and high-quality manner. 

  • Tutor: Monika Stawicka, PhD 
  • School: Doctoral School in the Humanities
  • Description: This workshop helps non-native English speakers to improve their presentation skills to facilitate functioning in English in the academia in the international context. The focus is on pragmatics with special emphasis on developing and delivering spoken texts with the purpose of communicating ideas more efficiently. The participants will have ample opportunity to practice using English for such academic purposes. An assumed level of participants’ proficiency in spoken English for this course is B2+ or higher. The postgraduate level of performance is expected where it is assumed that the participants are, to a great extent, responsible for their own learning. The participants are expected to take part in the meetings and complete all the tasks on time in a thorough and high-quality manner. 

  • Tutor: Monika Stawicka, PhD 
  • SchoolDoctoral School in the Social Sciences
  • Description: This course will help non-native English speakers to improve their presentation skills to facilitate functioning in English in the academia in the international context. The focus is on pragmatics with special emphasis on developing and delivering spoken texts with the purpose of communicating ideas more efficiently. The participants will have ample opportunity to practice using English for such academic purposes. An assumed level of participants’ proficiency in spoken English for this course is B2+ or higher. The postgraduate level of performance is expected where it is assumed that the participants are, to a great extent, responsible for their own learning. The participants are expected to complete all the tasks on time in a thorough and high quality manner.

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