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Writing-IV (ades)

  1. 1. Writing 4 English Department Teacher Training and Education Faculty Mathla’ul Anwar University By Ade Sudirman, S.Pd.
  2. 2. Introduction Leo et all (2007, p. 1) states that writing as a process of expressing ideas or thoughts in words should be done at our leisure. How can we do something that we do not enjoy? Writing can be very enjoyable as long as we have the ideas and the means to achieve it. Therefore, This course will lead you to a very pleasant and challenging journey where you can get the experience of the process of writing academically.
  3. 3. Schedule Session Topics 1 Academic Writing 2 Punctuation 3 Type of Sentences 4 Kinds of Sentences 5 Parallelism 6 Participial Phrases 7 Paragraph Structure and Topic Sentence 8 The Concluding Sentence 9 Midterm Test 10 Deciding on a Topic and Title 11 Writing an Introduction 12 Quotations, Paraphrases, and Summary 13 Unity and Outlining 14 Coherence 15 Kinds of Logical Order 16 Plagiarism 17 Writing an Essay 18 Final Test
  4. 4. Course Evaluation Attendance 30% Midterm Test 30% Final Test 30% Assignment 10% Grading of this subject will consider the following items:
  5. 5. Students are required to attend the course at least 75 %. Grading Score: Mark 86.00 - 100 : A 71.00 - 85.99 : B 56.00 - 70.99 : C 41.00 - 55.99 : D 00.00 - 40.99 : E
  6. 6. References • Writing Academic English 3rd Edition; • English for academic Purpose: Essay Writing; • Writing a Research Paper
  7. 7. Warming up !! Eat children. Eat, children. They went to school yesterday. They went to the school yesterday. He’s back. He’s at back. I’ve gone there. I’ve to go there. The custom fascinates me. The fascinating custom interests me. The steak was burned. The burned steak tasted terrible. The students’ grammar mastery. The student’s smart.
  8. 8. Basic Principle in Academic Writing • Content; • Clear • Specific • Relevant • Register; • Formal • To the point • Concise • Offences. • Plagiarism (Direct Quotations and Paraphrases) • Sensitive Issues (Race, Religion, and Different Social Groups)
  9. 9. 1. Content 1.1 Clear Exp: In this thesis, the researcher proposes to analyze the symbolism in The pilgrim’s Progress with regard to religious allusion. 1.2 Specific Exp: There are several reasons why a strike happens in a company; however, in this article, I will focus only on labour disputes with management. 1.3 Relevant Exp: I will include Sociolinguistics to support my analysis, giving specific examples from advertisements.
  10. 10. 2. Register 2.1 Formal Diabetes treatment strategies should be individualized to match the needs of each patient, but a general guidelines may be useful as an initial starting point for management. (Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2004) 2.2 To the Point This articles discusses the important role of Total Quality Management as a strategy to enhance an organization’s competitive advantage. 2.3 Concise Learning a second language involves four languages skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
  11. 11. 3. Offences 3.1 Plagiarism It means taking other people’s ideas without acknowledging their contribution. In other words, the writer does not mention the source from which he or she has taken the ideas, opinions, or specific words. 3.2 Sensitive Issues 3.2.1 Race 3.2.2 Religion 3.2.3 Different Social Groups
  12. 12. Reflections Mention basic principles in academic writing!
  13. 13. THE END Thank you