These guides will introduce you to the basics of critical writing covering:
|Critical Writing PowerPoint||
Video on how to structure paragraphs
using the WEED model
|Poster with an example WEED paragraph|
|Critical Writing Handout||Example of a good critical paragraph||Academic keywords or clue words|
This session is aimed at undergraduates but is suitable for any level of study.
You don't have to book, just join us on the date listed. (Please note there is a limit of 250 participants, on a first come first served basis).
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Recording for the session on 15 October 2020: https://eu-lti.bbcollab.com/recording/89fcb059a08045ce92cc16a17e7b2e70
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If you thought this information was useful you may want to look at some of the other Learning Hub guides aimed at helping students with being critical and writing
Being Critical Academic Writing
You can book one-to-one tutorials with a learning advisor for help with your critical writing.
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