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Turning Your Abstract into a Paper: Academic Writing Made Simpler
Langdorf, Mark I,Hayden, Stephen R
Western Journal of Emergency Medicine : Integrating Emergency Care with Population Health , 2009,
Abstract: Academic writing is a critical skill distinct from creative writing. While brevity is vital, clarity in writing reflects clarity of thought. This paper is a primer for novice academic writers. [WestJEM. 2009;10:120-123.]
A arte de redigir um trabalho científico
Nahas, Fabio Xerfan;Ferreira, Lydia Masako;
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-86502005000800005
Abstract: the special characteristics of the scientific writing are described in this paper. the difficulty of writing of the medical author, the inadequate use of the medical jargon and the writing basic rules are analyzed. the author is oriented since the initial stage of the writing and how to progressively write his ideas, organizing them on a draft and improving the manuscript. good writing such as the use of simple terms, direct order and objectivity which are reported and discussed.
Desenvolvimento do estudo: estratégia inicial
Nahas, Fabio Xerfan;Hochman, Bernardo;Ferreira, Lydia Masako;
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-86502005000800003
Abstract: in this article the preparation of a scientific paper and its project are described. the possible reasons that lead to rejection of an article such as the proper focus of the chosen journal, its writing and mistakes in the grammar are considered. the initial steps of a scientific paper such as the choice of an idea, literature search, and the selection of related articles are described. after a group discussion about the purpose of the paper and its methods (brainstorm), the project is described and its items (introduction, objective, methods, protocol, references and chronogram) are analyzed.
Suggestions on Writing for Publication in Language Learning Journals
George M. Jacobs
TEFLIN Journal , 1999,
Abstract: This article provides suggestions on writing for journals in the field of language learning. These suggestions are presented in three sections. The first section discusses how to begin. Suggestions in this section are that we appreciate the benefits of writing for publication, develop good ideas, work efficiently, ponder options as to what type of writing to do, choose a good topic, consider replication of other's research, and cooperate with others. The second section presents suggestions on doing the actual writing. Here, it is suggested that we connect ideas, delve deeply into the ideas we present, strive to write the reader friendly manner, use visuals, and improve our writing by noticing how other journal authors write. The third section concerns relations with editors. The advice given is that we choose carefully the journal to which we submit our work, follow that journal's directions to contributors, include a cover letter, be prepared to wait patiently, welcome critical feedback from editors and reviewers, and view editors as colleagues.
Análise dos itens de um trabalho científico
Nahas, Fabio Xerfan;Ferreira, Lydia Masako;
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-86502005000800004
Abstract: the items of a scientific paper are described and its contents are objectively analyzed. the title, the most powerful weapon to attract the reader should be short and bring up the information regarding the ideas within the article. the introduction situates the reader, showing concisely the relevancy of the study. the purpose of the study the main question that should be answered along the article - should be written at the end of the introduction. in methods, the most used types of samples in the medical field are reported and analyzed. the different ways to display the results and the special forms to express the data such as the use of tables and graphics are analyzed. the logic of the discussion, respecting the sequence of the items of a scientific paper and the results obtained by the author are compared with the literature data. the abstract written by items (structured) and the references and its situation on the text are also analyzed.
The Journey of a Journal
A Joshi
Kathmandu University Medical Journal , 2011, DOI: 10.3126/kumj.v9i3.6311
Abstract: No abstract available. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/kumj.v9i3.6311 Kathmandu Univ Med J 2011;9(3):225 ?
Journal Writing and its Benefits in an Upper Intermediate EFL Class
Castellanos,Judith;
Profile Issues in Teachers` Professional Development , 2008,
Abstract: this action research was conducted at universidad nacional de colombia with nine preservice teachers of the philology and languages, with emphasis in english, at the upper- intermediate level of english. the study consisted of planning and evaluating a pedagogical intervention, which consisted of students exploring readings and/or their background knowledge and reflecting through journal entries about themes of their own choice. the instruments to collect information comprised the students' journals, field notes from a poster session and a questionnaire. the results allowed me to conclude that the students had the opportunity to exercise a degree of autonomy which involved free choice on the topics they explored. the journal became a language-learning tool for the students; likewise, throughout its development, they experienced the need to do some research in the area they were exploring, which allowed them to construct knowledge.
IMPLEMENTING JOURNAL WRITING IN A GRADE 8 MATHEMATICS CLASS
Jolin Olson,Cynthia S. Johnson
Academic Research International , 2012,
Abstract: In mathematics it is vital for teachers to see how their students approach different problems and which strategies they employ to solve these equations. Combining mathematics with writing promotes students’ abilities to analyze data, compare facts, and synthesizeinformation. Written explanations enable teachers to better evaluate students’ mathematical thinking. This can be accomplished through words, pictures, and labelled diagrams. The use of math journals is one type of formative assessment which can provide students withdescriptive feedback on a regular basis so that they will gain greater confidence and experience greater success in a mathematics class.
Journal Writing and its Benefits in an Upper Intermediate EFL Class
Castellanos Judith
Profile Issues in Teachers` Professional Development , 2008,
Abstract: This action research was conducted at Universidad Nacional de Colombia with nine preservice teachers of the Philology and Languages, with Emphasis in English, at the Upper- Intermediate level of English. The study consisted of planning and evaluating a pedagogical intervention, which consisted of students exploring readings and/or their background knowledge and reflecting through journal entries about themes of their own choice. The instruments to collect information comprised the students’ journals, field notes from a poster session and a questionnaire. The results allowed me to conclude that the students had the opportunity to exercise a degree of autonomy which involved free choice on the topics they explored. The journal became a language-learning tool for the students; likewise, throughout its development, they experienced the need to do some research in the area they were exploring, which allowed them to construct knowledge. Key words: Journal writing in English language learning, action research Esta investigación acción se realizó en la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, con nueve estudiantes del programa de Filología e Idiomas con énfasis en inglés, que cursaban el nivel intermedio alto de inglés. El estudio consistió en planear, implementar y evaluar una intervención pedagógica, la cual consistió en que los estudiantes exploraran lecturas y/o su bagaje cultural por medio de reflexiones escritas en un diario sobre temas de su propio interés. Los instrumentos utilizados para recoger información de los estudiantes incluían sus diarios, notas de campo en una sesión de carteleras hechas por los estudiantes y un cuestionario. Los resultados me permitieron concluir que a través de los diarios, ellos tuvieron la oportunidad de ejercitar un aspecto de la autonomía que involucra la libre elección de los temas que exploraron. El diario se convirtió en una herramienta para el aprendizaje de la lengua. De igual forma, pudieron investigar sobre los temas que exploraban, lo que les permitió expandir su conocimiento. Palabras claves: Escritura de diario en el aprendizaje del inglés, investigación acción
Writing biomedical research papers in English: A challenge for non-anglophone authors
Anti? Zorica,Todorovi? Gordana,Todorovi? Ljubomir
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2013, DOI: 10.2298/vsp1304424a
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