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Technical academic writing: micro and macro views
Technical academic writing: micro and macro views
Technical academic writing: micro and macro views
Technical academic writing: micro and macro views
Technical academic writing: micro and macro views
Technical academic writing: micro and macro views
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Technical academic writing: micro and macro views

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A point of view tool for learners and instructors

A point of view tool for learners and instructors

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  • 1. COMMUNICATION FAE READABILITY MOVES ETHICALITY USAGE Cohesion Argument ParaphrasingGrammar Logic links CLAIM CitationDOSSIER HEDGING PlagiarismConvention
  • 2. Register Dossier FAE Coherence Cohesion Usage ConjunctionsNominalization Abstract Logic links Hedging Summary Claim Plagiarism Citation Readability Paraphrasing Communication Parallelism moves Argument Topic - Information Cohesion stress organization
  • 3. Micro Macro
  • 4. Micro Macro-level of text -level of ideas-making English work -making ideas clear for communication for communication
  • 5. Micro Macro-level of text -level of ideas-making English work -making ideas clear for communication for communication-mostly in TW2 -mostly in RW
  • 6. Micro Macro Register Dossier FAE Coherence Cohesion Usage Conjunctions Nominalization Abstract Logic links Hedging Summary Claim Plagiarism Citation Readability Paraphrasing Communication Parallelism moves Argument Topic - Information Cohesion stress organization

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