{English Language Resources}

Words of Wisdom

Think of story as the plan and screenplay as the execution. A screenplay is a story told in scenes, each scene necessary to tell the story. At this stage you’re just testing if each scene is necessary. When planning a screenplay, I try to write the story in prose first, without dialog, with each scene represented by either a sentence or a paragraph. Then I read and revise the condensed story, omitting what is unnecessary.

— Greg Marcks

On-Campus Resources

In addition to the University Writing Center, there are a number of other on-campus resources that provide academic help to those who are learning English.

Online Self-Study Resources

Aside from on-campus services, many online resources offer English language support and training. The following resources, separated into 6 categories (writing, speaking, listening, reading, grammar, and vocabulary) may be helpful in your English self-study efforts. Be sure to check out the UWC's resources as well, including both web pages and videos: https://writingcenter.tamu.edu/Students/Writing-Speaking-Guides

Writing

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Grammar

Vocabulary

 
 
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