InfographicsCondensed visual versions of pages

infographics When learning something new, it is helpful to involve all the senses. However, vision trumps all. In other words, things which are visual are the most memorable. Infographics are used on to summarise the information on individual pages and present it in a highly visual manner.

Below are snapshots of infographics on the site. Click on one to view it in full.

Writing infographics

CandC CandE style style process cohesion hedging reporting

Reading infographics

summary notetaking

Speaking infographics


Listening infographics


Vocabulary infographics

awl acl wordlists

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Sheldon Smith

Author: Sheldon Smith    ‖    Last modified: 01 December 2019.

Sheldon Smith is the founder and editor of He has been teaching English for Academic Purposes since 2004. Find out more about him in the about section and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.