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EAPFoundation overview

An introduction to for those unfamiliar with the site. Feel free to share with a friend!

AWL Highlighters
AWL highlighters

Take a look at the three main AWL highlighters on the web:, Lextutor, and the Nottingham University AWL highlighter. See how they work, and understand the pros and cons of each.

Note-taking styles
Note-taking style

See how to take notes in different styles: linear, table, flowchart, tree diagram and spidergram. The tutorial shows the features of each style and gives a demonstration. It also has information on the Cornell Method.

Compare & Contrast
Compare and contrast

This is a video for the compare and contrast essays page on the website, one of the most popular pages. The video covers what a compare and contrast essay is, how to structure this essay type, structure (transition words), and appropriate criteria for comparison and contrast.

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Author: Sheldon Smith    ‖    Last modified: 13 October 2019.

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