Exploring English grammar;Choose one poorly written English composition/essay written by an Arab student who is not native speaker of English at the AOU preferably in the EL11 and El112 courses (because they deal with essay writing). Your tutor may als

Task 1 (selection of text) Choose one poorly written English composition/essay written by an Arab student who is not native speaker of English at the AOU preferably in the EL11 and El112 courses (because they deal with essay writing). Your tutor may also provide you with the text which is well chosen and suitable for analysis in this TMA. You should expect to spend a reasonable amount of time selecting your text, if not provided by your tutor, as your choice of text will potentially affect the quality of your answer. Do not be afraid to reject your initial choice if you come across something better, since you will inevitably have gained insights from the process of selection. However, you need to remember to leave yourself enough time to spend on the analysis of your chosen text. Task 2 (reading the text carefully) Now you need to read the text carefully several times. At this stage of the assignment you will only be developing an impression of the text’s overall patterns and weaknesses rather than carrying out a systematic analysis. You do not need to submit the notes that you make at this stage. Task 3 (detailed analysis of text) (You may write up to 500 words on this part of the assignment, but you will also need to present some of your findings in graphical or tabular form.) You now need to carry out a detailed and comprehensive analysis of the textual weaknesses of the text. You should analyse the following grammatical areas to discover the major weaknesses: • Coherence and cohesion (lexical and grammatical) • Theme and rheme: sentence theme, hyper-theme and macro-theme • Use of nominalization. You will need to display the findings of your analysis in a way that is meaningful to your tutor. You should present the text as a list of clauses with clause numbers, e.g. 1, 2, 3, etc., and use [[ ]] for embedded clauses. You should also present your analysis in table format. Task 4 (re-writing of text) Based on the findings of your analysis in Task 3, rewrite the text to make it more effective in the specific areas of grammar and lexis that you focused on. You could also fix areas of writing mechanics such as: spelling, punctuation, capital letters, etc., if and where necessary. Task 5 (evaluation of re-writing) (You should write at least 500 words on this part of the assignment, excluding your re-written text.) Describe the nature of the changes you made in the re-written text in Task 4, why you made them and how effective you think they are in improving the communicative effect of the text. You must explain both the inappropriateness of the original text and the replacements/revisions which you introduced to it. You should take into your consideration while writing this task the topic of the essay/text (field) and social roles and relationships, intended audience (tenor: if the student is using formal/informal, expert/non-expert, etc. Language/style) because this will affect how the text is analysed in terms of its textual meanings. I attached the text which is written by an Arab student you can work on it

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