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Presenting your Results

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This is the partial class presented; the rest of the class is presented by Dr. Eloana Bonfleur

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Presenting your Results

  1. 1. Presenting your results Prof. Dr. Ron Martinez PRPPG7000 - Academic Writing in English
  2. 2. Syllabus outline • 15/08 - Introduction • 22/08 - IMRaD, Most common errors, electronic tools • 29/08 - Strategic planning for your article: CARS and other approaches • 05/09 - Title, Abstract e Introduction • 12/09 - Writing your Introduction • 19/09 - Coherence, cohesion and clarity, and use of authorial voice • 26/09 - (Introduction due) The Results section • 03/10- No class (SIEPE) • 10/10 - The Discussion section • 17/10 - Discussing and Concluding • 24/10 - Writing (no class) • 31/10 - Plagiarism (Students exchange articles) • 07/11 - (peer feedback due) Special guest speaker on journal trends • 14/11 - The submission process
  3. 3. What do you think about the text on the next slide?
  4. 4. What about the table on the next slide?
  5. 5. Homework 1. Do Module 6 in Formative 2. Download one of the selected articles from our webpage (“Discussion 1”, “Discussion 2”, “Discussion 3” etc.). Read only the Discussion section of the article you choose. 3. In the Discussion section, can you identify: a. the author(s) admitting a limitation? b. the author(s) talking about practical implication(s)? c. The author(s) comparing the results to those of other authors? 4. Revisit Hanauer & Englander (“Quantifying the Burden…”) and identify the same points (a, b, c) above.

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