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Deconstructing research articles

A brief lecture wrap up the literacy-oriented approach to reading and writing research papers.

How do we construct research articles?

  • Features (formal, objective, specific, precise, concise)
  • Consideration: audience, purposes (3Rs)
  • Good research writing is effective writing
  • Research writing as a genre
  • How (IMRD/IPTC structure, G-S/P-S pattern)
  • FLOW (repetition, this+summary word, connectors)
  • Language (verbs, tense, summary words, clause)
  • Moves (CARS model, data commentary, abstracts)
  • Reading for writing
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Deconstructing Research Articles: How to Read and Write a Research Paper

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