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Teaching writing in an international university is rewarding because teachers cross paths with students from different walks of life. As such, it makes the English writing class more interesting because students come in with different writing experiences. This could be an issue, though, as teachers will need to meet the objectives of the course whilst attending to the different writing needs of the students. This academic article presents some pertinent issues for writing courses in an international setting. It is hoped that this paper will give insights to teachers who find themselves teaching in a similar setting.
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