900 321 322 900 321 322
Menu
Interdisciplinary Learning Courses

Techniques for writing correctly

Techniques for writing correctly Techniques for writing correctly
> Español

Interdisciplinary Learning CoursesTechniques for writing correctly

Do you have something to say? In this course we help you write it!

This course aims to empower you to become a critical reader and a skilled writer. Each writer must make his own way, and in order to do this, we will show you techniques and resources that will help you find ideas and overcome the fear of a blank sheet of paper.
During the 15 classes in the course, we will analyze different types of text (literary, academic, professional, audiovisual, advertising, informative, etc.); we will read, write and rewrite texts, many texts, with very varied purposes (narrative, descriptive, argumentative, analytical, persuasive, instructional, etc.); we will evaluate them and improve them.

We will see how to plan writing and how to write meaningful texts. We will review the three fundamental principles of writing: conciseness, clarity and simplicity. Thanks to the training in the classes, collaborative writing, and peer review with tutors of the Nebrija Writing Center, you will get your texts to be original, readable and know how to position yourself as an author. During the course, you will create a portfolio of written texts that will allow you to reflect on your progress as a writer because we want you to enjoy writing, be it the story for the university's literary contest or the master's final project.


Learning Objectives


  • 1. Recognize and describe the most frequent text genres for university writers of the 21st century (emails, stories, scripts, reports, presentations, Final Research Projects...).
  • 2. Identify the writer's basic qualities: sensitivity, critical sense, perseverance, discipline, sense of humor, creativity, technique...
  • 3. Experience the different phases of writing: planning, textualization and revision.
  • 4. Define and analyze a decalogue of the linguistic resources that the texts must integrate (technicalities, nominalizations, use of connectors and markers, lexical resources, etc.)
  • 5. Evaluate and assess the sources to integrate intertextuality in the writings and gain rigor and validity (citations and references).

Contents of the Subject

Subject Units

  • Most frequent types of texts I
  • Most frequent types of texts II
  • Most frequent types of texts III
  • Basic qualities of the writer I
  • Basic qualities of the writer II
  • Phases of writing I
  • Phases of writing II
  • Phases of writing III
  • Decalogue of linguistic resources for the writer I
  • Decalogue of linguistic resources for the writer II
  • Decalogue of linguistic resources for the writer III
  • Intertextuality I
  • Intertextuality II

Professors

profesora Professor

Rocío Santamaría Martínez

AH Professor

Ana Heredero García