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University of California, Irvine

Advanced Grammar & Punctuation Project

University of California, Irvine via Coursera


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If you have taken the three courses in this specialization, you have learned a lot of grammar in the past few months. This will be a big help to your studies or your career. This project will help you process what you've learned and help you remember it forever. In this course, you will create a grammar portfolio of the difficult or interesting English grammatical structures that you studied in the previous courses. Your portfolio will include several items that you create, such as two scripts that you will write, in which you showcase proper use of grammar points you've learned. You will then record a video performing each script and using the grammar. You can record these two videos alone or with friends. You can be creative and make funny skits like your teachers did in all of the fun videos you watched in this specialization or use your own creative style. The items you create for your portfolio will help you review the material you've learned and will be a memorable project that you can keep with you long after this course ends. You must be able to create and share videos in order to complete this course.


  • Introduction
    • This project will help you process and review the grammar and punctuation you've learned and help you remember it forever. To get started, you'll review the grammar and punctuation that you've been learning and create a graphic organizer.
  • Start the Project
    • This week, you will start planning your videos and thinking about the grammar that you want to use. Then you'll write the first script and submit it for feedback. Get ready to be creative!
  • Keep Writing
    • This week, you will write your second script and submit it for feedback on it. Try to think of a different plot and use different grammar points. Then spend some time trying out different equipment and software that you could use to create your videos.
  • Practice and Start Recording
    • You should be finished writing your scripts. Now, you should start recording your first video. Working with technology takes more time than you might expect, so don't get behind.
  • Finish Recording Your Videos
    • This week, you should be getting close to finishing the project. Keep working on it. You need to finish the second video by next week. As you work this week, reflect on what you have learned in this specialization.
  • Finish Your Videos and Submit Your Project
    • Good job making it to the final week! This week, you'll finish your videos and submit them for feedback and grading. Be sure to edit and check them carefully before you submit it.

Taught by

Tamy Chapman


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