Second language writers meet first-year composition. Margi Wald Lecturer, College Writing Programs Director, Summer English Language Institute UC Berkeley, firstname.lastname@example.org CATESOL 2011, April 9, Long Beach, CA. WPA framework: “Habits of mind”.
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Lecturer, College Writing Programs
Director, Summer English Language Institute
UC Berkeley, email@example.com
CATESOL 2011, April 9, Long Beach, CA
Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing, Council of Writing Program Administrators, 2011 <http://wpacouncil.org/framework>
Academic Literacy: A Statement of Competencies Expected of Students Entering California’s Public Colleges and Universities
Definite noun phrase used in cataphoric expression
Modified noun phrases
(Bennett, TESOL 2011)
That/those + of –phrase
Non-finite, verbless clauses
Subordinate phrasesFeatures of academic writing
(Statistics from Biber, et al., 1999, p. 846;
examples from NAFWiC, 2009; Bennett, 2011).
There is much debate surrounding the use of nuclear energy. Nuclear power plants emit relatively low amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2). Given the low emissions of green house gases, the creation of nuclear powercontributes very little to global warming, unlike fossil fuels, whose emissions are seen as responsible for climate change. Also, one power plant can generate a substantial amount electrical energy. With such high yield, nuclear energy is considered efficient and profitable.
However, any people reject nuclear energy as an option because of safety concerns. First, nuclear waste can be extremely dangerous and must be carefully stored over many years, resulting in high costs. Also, accidents in nuclear power plants can lead toserious consequences for human and natural life. In light of these potentially devastating outcomes, many people question the viability of nuclear energy as an alternative to fossil fuels.
(Sample based on Flowerdew, 1998; Gillett, 2009; Schleppegrell, 2004)