Here are resources to help you with writing.
Task 1, Emails: MS Word basics & Task 1 video on YouTube, Email ettiquette & samples.pdf, Email Task.pdf, Business Email with attachment, YouTube video Adding Attachments to emails. Basic business emails pt1 & pt2 (on YouTube). Business order Form 1, Form 2, Form 3.docx. Language for a variety of professional emails at Bufferapp.Com/send-better-email.
- Task 1, How to write a paragraph (EngVid; 14mins),
- Task 2, Introducing food & MS Word basics (Andrew; 8mins),
- Task 2, Food topic, https://youtu.be/6tztLoXyiac: MS Word format, hamburger paragraphs, citing & reported speech, and referencing (Andrew; 17:35mins),
- Task 2, Hamburger paragraphs (Catweldon123; 3mins),
- Task 2, Food topic: Spicy tofu soup.pdf sample article.
- Task 2, How to do Simple Referencing (Andrew; 7mins),
- Task 3, Writing a very simple introduction (Andrew; 5mins),
- Task 4, How to do a Simple Introduction & Conclusion (Andrew; 8mins),
- Tasks 4/6, How to write a simple opinion paragraph (Andrew; 8mins),
- All tasks, How to use transitions (EngVid; 10mins).
- Task 6, How to write an Introduction (James ESL EngVid; 21mins),
- Task 7, Pop culture / Opinion: How to write a movie review (pdf),
- Task 10, How to write a news story.
- Task 11, How to write a press release.
- Task 13, Compare / similarities intro video (Andrew; 11mins),
- Task 13, Contrast: Block vs. Point-by-point (Andrew; 13mins),
- Task 13, Compare & Contrast (Carrie Carter; 7mins),
- Task 13, Comparison/Contrast (Love your pencil; 10mins),
- Task 13, Compare & Contrast structure (Andrew; 9mins),
- How to write Christmas Cards.
Extremely Short Stories (ESS): ESS Samples.pdf, Extremely Short Story Competition website.
Microsoft Word: How to use it
- Add page numbers (Knowledge Wave, 2:32min)
- Add pictures (Breaknwindows, 2:34min)
- Add a table of contents (Robert McMillen, 2:30min)
- Simple formatting in MS Word (Andrew; 10mins)
- Introducing portfolios.pdf,
- Portfolio Sample 2016.pdf, and Portfolio Sample 2014.pdf,
- Paletton.com for choosing colours,
Using photos in your portfolios. Don’t steal photos and graphs from the internet; it is illegal and you can get yourself and your company into trouble. You have three choices:
- Copyright license (© see Wikipedia) which you usually need to pay for. However, here are some copyrighted photos that are available free with limited license, Dreamstime.com, FreeDigitalPhotos.net, FreePhotosBank.com, and more to come.
- Creative Commons license (CC; Creative Commons, and Wikipedia) which is free to use. The photo above is Creative Commons (CC). You can find and use Creative Commons licensed photos on Wikipedia and Flickr, imcreator.com, Pexels, pixabay.com, Unsplash, and many more.
- Make your own charts and pictures, and use your own photographs (you own the © or CC).
- Find a list of © and CC websites here on BufferApp blog.
Research Projects: Interview Questions.pdf; How to write the…Abstract, Background; Methodology & Results; Methodology & Results 2; Discussion & Conclusion. Samples: Occupy Wall St.pdf; Popularity of AKB48.pdf; Sample Research Article.pdf.
- Learn: Typing Study, Wikihow.com/Teach yourself to touch type, HowCast: How to type.
- Games: Typing.com/games,
- Pangram practice: Wikipedia/pangram,
- Test: Typing Test English.
Image credit: Sunglasses hand smartphone desk, by Ed Gregory, 2015, https://www.pexels.com/photo/sunglasses-hand-smartphone-desk-6488/.