In the Thesis Writing Workshop, the focus is on the specific challenges of writing the final thesis you are currently working. Using a draft of part of your thesis, attention is paid to unity and coherence in writing, proper modes of integration of resources, editing and feedback processing and considerations of academic style and convention. Selected issues of grammar, vocabulary, and text structure are discussed in service of these topics. You are required to submit a number of excerpts from your ongoing work for peer and instructor consideration as well as provide peer review commentary. On the basis of the feedback you receive, you are also required to submit revised versions of your submissions and discuss how this review input will inform and influence your further work. This course is recommended if you are currently engaged in the writing phase of your thesis and wish to improve your formal, academic writing skills within the context of the composition of your own work. You need to be actively involved in the process of writing a first draft of your thesis at the time of enrollment.
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There are some obvious differences: an essay is relatively short — usually to words — and you are told clearly what to do by someone else. For example: Describe and evaluate major theories of globalisation. A dissertation is a subject you chose for yourself. A discussion involving different points of view or sets of ideas.