During this week-long training participants learn techniques for productive thesis writing while receiving individualized feedback from course trainer Dr. Deborah Bennett.
Dates: Monday through Friday, June 10 - June 14 (5 days)
Training Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 CEST
Additional Work: Afternoons should be reserved for independent writing
Location: Remote via Zoom
Trainer: Dr. Deborah Bennett
Completion of this workshop will earn IMPRS-IS scholars 3 program credit points.
Workshop Overview: This workshop helps participants create a clear, detailed structure for their thesis, providing them with a roadmap to help them continue their writing after the workshop. Participants receive tips on how to create an effective structure and learn strategies for improving writing productivity. They also discover key elements that must be included in each section and are given practical tasks centered around crafting key subsections of their thesis.
Some key aspects of this training focus on how to:
Course Content: This course takes participants through the manuscript section by section. A typical example of course content is shown below.
Method: Instructional sessions focus on the key ideas behind coherent and cohesive writing, with practical sessions providing participants with many opportunities to apply the new ideas to their own work. The small group size fosters discussion between participants, prompting peer feedback and new perspectives.
More About our Trainer: Dr. Deborah Bennet has a PhD in Mathematical Biology, an MA in Teaching English for Academic Purposes and more than ten years of teaching experience in a wide range of teaching contexts. Since founding BETA in 2010, she has offered regular workshops for postgraduates and faculty members at various research institutions in Western Europe. She is an ILM-certified trainer and remains active in English for Academic Purposes research.
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Note* By registering for this workshop, you express your interest to participate. In the event that a workshop’s interest exceeds attendance capacity, registrations will undergo a review process considering multiple aspects such as motivation, interest, and fit. All registrants will be notified of selection outcomes before each respective workshop.
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