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- New Introductory Level ensures that the course provides a complete step-by-step writing process, guiding and refining writing skills, from sentence level to researched essay
- Digital Resources help students structure and refine their writing
- Timed Writing Practice prepares students for success on high-stakes tests
- Each unit features a structured writing task supported by authentic texts, writing models, and skill presentations to guide students to a successful result
- NEW e-books with interactive features designed for language learning
Building on the success of the first edition, Effective Academic Writing, Second Edition is now a four-level practical skills course with a new Introductory Level, more academic content, a colourful design, and digital resources for teachers and students.
Each unit guides the student through the structured writing process with plenty of full colour illustrations, examples, and exercises to engage the student and build confidence.
Online Grammar Practice encourages practice beyond the classroom, allowing students to make up classes missed.
A timed writing task in every unit prepares students for exams and high-stakes tests including IELTS™, TOEFL®, and TOEIC®.
Access to online resources saves teachers time, allowing them to customize and print IELTS™-style, TOEFL®-style and TOEIC®-style writing tests.
Effective Academic Writing Second Edition is now available as an e-book, with interactive features designed specifically for language learners. Available for iPad and tablets for Android via the Oxford Learner’s Bookshelf app.
Institutions can buy access codes for their students. Find out more information.
Features to look out for:
- Automatically marked, interactive activities.
- Access online practice: Links embedded on the page.
- Split screen reading: Reading text stays on screen while you move around pages. Read and answer questions at the same time.
- Additional resources: Interactive outline templates and peer editor’s worksheets.
- Personalise your e-book: Save written or spoken notes anywhere on the page. Use the pen tool to draw and highlight.
- Easy to get around: Bookmarks, jump to page, thumbnail sorter.
Available for all levels.
Effective Academic Writing includes:
Effective Academic Writing 2: Answer Key
Paragraph to Short Essay
Part 1: The Paragraph
Exercse (p. 3)
AWhenever I remember my experience inthe Mexican Air Force, I think of my flightinstructor because he taught me how to fly afighter jet His nickname was Ice-Man, becausehe was always calm This was a positivecharacteristic because he had to teach studentsnot to panic in a dangerous situation Forexample, one time, I made a big mistake whilewe were flying the clouds Most instructorswould take control and fix the situation, butnot Ice-Man He just gave instructions tofix the problem I corrected the mistake andgot confidence in my abilities I will alwaysremember his quiet, clear voice and the black aviator glasses that he wore He was a specialperson in my life, and I hope that someday Ican see him again and thank him for helpingme to realize my dream of flying solo and becoming a real pilotB 1 The topic sentence is the first sentence circledabove Yes, the topic sentence does help youunderstand what the paragraph is about2 The supporting sentences are underlined aboveThere are five3 Yes, all the supporting sentences relate to topicsentence4 The concluding sentence is the last sentencedcircled above Yes, the concluding paragraphmakes the paragraph feel finished
Exercse 2 (p. 4)
Answers will vary.
The boy takes a risk trying to climb a coconut treewhen he was young, which is dangerous
Exercse 3 (p. 4)
A 1 The topic sentence is the first sentence, “When Iwas a boy and first learning about the world, Itook a big risk”2 Yes, the first sentence is indented3 There are 13 supporting sentences They are afterthe first sentence and before the last4 And the worst part was that every day I had towalk past the coconut tree and remember myfoolish riskB
Answers will vary.
1 The writer was in the yard of his family’s house2 He was with his friends3 He fell from the coconut tree and broke his armand one of his ribs4
Answers will vary.
Exercse 4 (p. 5)
2 My first driving lesson was a disaster3 The process of getting a driver’s license hasseveral steps4 My ability to speak English has changed my lifein several important ways5 Some computer games involve the player inphysical activity6 Cloudy weather affects certain people in negativeways
Exercse 5 (p. 6)
2 b 4 c 6 b3 c 5 a
Exercse 6 (p. 6)
Answers will vary for the predictions.
2 Cell phones
should not be allowed in classroomsfor several reasonsPrediction: The writer will give reasons why cellphones should be banned in classrooms3 Cancún restaurant has the best seafood in townPrediction: The writer will explain why the foodat Cancún restaurant is the best4 Training for the marathon is a complicatedprocessPrediction: The writer will explain the steps intraining for a marathon5 Taking the TOEFL is a hardship for manystudentsPrediction: The writer will express an opinionabout taking the TOEFL
Exercse 7 (p. 7)
2 b 3 a 4 b1 c2 b3 a