Most of us enjoy playing games that require logic, but from time to time we can get into a logical trap placed in ads and speeches. Have you got a trained eye for logical fallacies? Do you teach students how to avoid them in academic writing?
One of the key features of a well-written academic text is coherence and cohesion. But what makes a text coherent? Linking words certainly play an important role. The texts may seem illogical and unclear to the reader if linking devices are missing or, on the contrary, used in such abundance that the original idea just gets lost
The course "Advanced Emailing: How to Be Polite Yet Effective", which the AWC HSE ran for the second time this term, is still in demand.