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Introduction to Academic Writing

INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC WRITING
Course Objectives
In this course, the students will learn the basic principles of academic writing. They will look at the fundamental aspects of writing and how to apply they apply to research papers. These are audience, purpose, organization, flow, style, and presentation. To reach this end, the course will place emphasis on these goals:
1)      To build writing competency so that the students can meet the requirements of graduate-level academic writing assignments.
2)      To become more proficient and comfortable in writing English for Academic Purposes.
3)      To understand and follow the conventions and expectations of graduate-level academic writing in general as well as in the students’ chosen field.
4)      To help the students understand that each discipline has its own genre/s and rhetorical characteristics,
5)      To develop familiarity with and practice several academic genres (e.g., summaries, different types of essays, critical reviews, research papers).
6)      To review all aspects of English syntax to produce error-free papers.
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5130205
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Introduction to Academic Writing
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授業計画
SEMESTER A1 SYLLABUS FOR ENGLISH INTRODCTION TO ACADEMIC WRITING 2023 Week 1 l  Introduction to the goals of the class l  Introduction to genre analysis l  Identifying the thesis and main points l  Writing assignment 1 Week 2 l  Paraphrasing and plagiarism l  Writing topic sentences Week 3 l  Choosing reporting verbs l  Hedging and boosting l  Writing assignment Week 4 l  General review of syntactical structures l  Tense agreements Week 5 l  The technique of styling sentences -          Clarity, variety, and style Week 6 l  Figurative language in sentences -          Simile -          Metaphor -          Analogy -          Allusion - Irony -          Hyperbole and understatement l  Practice in class Week 7 l  Identifying Controlling Ideas -          Controlling Ideas -          Supporting Ideas l  End of Semester Exam SEMESTER A2 SYLLABUS FOR ENGLISH INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC WRITING 2023 Week 1 l  Understanding general organizational patterns in introductions -          Deduction -          Textual coherence -          induction Week 2 l  Textual coherence when connecting major thought relationships via transition devices -          Exemplification -          Contrast -          Comparison -          Enumeration -          Chronology -          Process -          Causality -          Spatial l  Writing a Summary Week 3 l  The Short Research Paper -          Writing an introduction ~ Establishing the Context ~ Providing Focus ~ Providing Final Clarification -          Review: Textual Coherence Through Purpose Signals Week 4 l  The Short Paper -          The Body: Providing Evidence ~ Specificity and Language Use ~ Content -          Writing a Conclusion ~ Restating / Summarizing ~ Drawing Additional Implications l  Citing Sources / References Week 5 l  Writing Mechanics -          General Punctuation Rules Week 6 l  Responses Essays Week 7 l  Presentations. End of Semester Paper
授業の方法
- LECTURE - WEEKLY WRITING ASSIGNMENTS - INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATIONS ON ASSIGNMENTS.
成績評価方法
PASS./FAIL
教科書
Arnaudet, M. L. & Barnett, M. E. (1984). Approaches to Academic Reading and Writing. Englewoods Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall Regents. Faye, S. (2008). Writing/Grammar/Vocabualry Module. Sagamiono: Foreign Service Training Institute Frank, M. (1990). Writing as Thinking: A Guided Process Approach. Englewoods, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. Hogue, A., & Oshima, A. (2006). Writing Academic English. New York: Pearson/Longman McCrimmon, J. M. (1967). Writing with a Purpose. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Menasche, L. (2001). Writing a Research Paper. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. Porter, D. (2007). Check Your Vocabulary for Academic English. London: A & C Black. Wyatt, R. (2006). Check Your Vocabulary for Law. London: A & C Black. Supplementary Materials: Magazines, Newspaper Articles, Online Sources…
参考書
- BOOKS - NEWSPAPERS
履修上の注意
- IN-PERSON - AUDITING NOT ALLOWED