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ADP L9 Abstract Peer Review

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Part 9 of a series of lessons on writing an academic paper. Presented in English to graduate students at Kansai University, Osaka, Japan.

Part 9 of a series of lessons on writing an academic paper. Presented in English to graduate students at Kansai University, Osaka, Japan.

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  • June 13,2011 presentation
  • Remember your audience and include information that will help your audience understand your paper
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    • 1. Lesson 9 Academic PaperAbstract Peer Review
      Kansai University 2011
    • 2. Body of Academic Paper (1)
      Introduction
      Introductory Paragraph
      Literature Review
      Concluding Paragraph or Study Overview
      Methods
      Introductory Paragraph
      Participants
      Step-by-step Description of Procedure
      Explanation of How Data was Analyzed
      Concluding Paragraph
    • 3. Body of Academic Paper (2)
      Results & Discussion
      Introductory Paragraph
      Present your data
      Information about your data
      Tables and Figures
      Explain your data
      Concluding Paragraph
      Conclusion
      References
      Need for each citation
    • 4. Review:The Conclusion Section
      What was your thesis about and why was it important?
      Repeat your thesis statement.
      Summarize your major ideas.
      What did your research show? (Main ideas only.)
      What new information did your research add?
      What were some shortcomings or things that did not work well?
      What questions are still not answered? (Future implications)
      Keep this section short.
    • 5. Review:Contents of the Abstract (1)
      What was the purpose of your research?
      What was your thesis?
      What problem did your research address or look into?
      What background will the reader need to understand the importance of your research?
      Who were the participants?
      What tools or applications did you use?
      What are policies that relate to your topic?
      Japan’s Ministry of Education (MEXT) directives
      New NGO policies
    • 6. Review:Contents of the Abstract (2)
      What research methods did you use?
      Briefly explain your method.
      Where did you do your research?
      How did you gather data?
      How did you analyze data?
      What were the main results of your research?
      What is your conclusion and recommendations?
    • 7. Peer Review
      In a group, review the abstracts of your peers.
      Ask questions to help you understand what is written.
      Suggest ways to improve the abstract.
      Make changes to or post to Google Docs.
    • 8. Homework
      Review comments from your classmates.
      Edit or rewrite your abstract.
      Write reflections about what you learned and how to apply this lesson when writing your paper.
      Post reflection in Facebook ADP Group.
    • 9. Question and Answers
      Kansai University
      Spring 2011

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