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年度 2022年度 開講部局 ライティングセンター(大学院)
講義コード 8A001301 科目区分 専門的教育科目
授業科目名 研究論文執筆のためのアカデミックライティング
授業科目名
(フリガナ)
ケンキュウロンブンシッピツノタメノアカデミックライティング
英文授業科目名 Academic Writing for Research Papers
担当教員名 WANG TINGJIA
担当教員名
(フリガナ)
ワン ティンジア
開講キャンパス 東広島 開設期 1年次生   前期   1ターム
曜日・時限・講義室 (1T) 火5-8:オンライン
授業の方法 講義 授業の方法
【詳細情報】
 
Lecture, Discussion, Exercise 
単位 2.0 週時間   使用言語 E : 英語
学習の段階 5 : 大学院基礎的レベル
学問分野(分野) 21 : 社会人基礎
学問分野(分科) 06 : グローバリゼーション・国際協力
対象学生 All postgraduate students of all fields
授業のキーワード Academic Writing, English skills, Thesis Writing, Research Papers Writing
Literature Review, Abstract, Introduction, Discussion, Skeleton Structure
 
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授業の目標・概要等 This course aims to facilitate graduate students' writing of their theses and/or journal articles alongside the development of their academic writing skills in English. Students are encouraged to bring in their existing manuscripts, potential research ideas or developing a manuscript throughout the course. These manuscripts can be paragraphs or chapters of the on-going thesis, paragraphs or sections of a potential journal article, summaries of reviewed literature, summaries of a potential research ideas and so on. This course includes following topics: Identify Your Research Field, How to Write the Literature Review I & II, How to Plan the Skeleton Structure, How to Write the Introduction, How to write the Abstract, How to Scope Back the Discussion to the Introduction. This course will provide opportunities to students to practise academic writing at sentence, paragraph and section levels as well as to design a piece of academic writing at a general level.  Outcome of this course is expected to be a well-designed and relatively-developed manuscript. 
授業計画 第1回
lesson1 Introduction
The outline, the expectation, the assessment of this course and so on.

第2回
lesson2 Identify Your Research Field
In this lesson, we aim to identify students' research fields and discuss how to formulate it in written. Students will learn various ways of introducing their research fields in their writing.

第3回
lesson3 How to Write the Literature Review I
This lesson focuses on the paraphrasing of previous studies at a paragraph-length scale. Students will learn how to refer to a previous studies in terms of the theory, the method, the finding, and the implication.

第4回
lesson4 How to Write the Literature Review I
This lesson continues the discussion and practice of paraphrasing previous studies at a paragraph-length scale.

第5回
lesson5 How to Write the Literature Review II
This lesson aims to discuss how to paraphrase previous studies at a sentence-length scale, how to refer to a number of studies in one paragraph, and how to justify the relationship among these referred studies.

第6回
lesson6 How to Write the Literature Review II
This lesson continues the practice of referring to a number of previous studies in one paragraph and the justification of the relationship.

第7回
lesson7 How to Plan the Skeleton Structure
This lesson aims to discuss and practise the design of a piece of academic writing. The design is expected to be specified at the section level.

第8回
lesson8 How to Plan the Skeleton Structure
This lesson continues the practice of designing the skeleton structure of a piece of academic writing at the section level.

第9回
lesson9 How to Write the Introduction
This lesson focuses on the development of research questions and how to describe the research gap.

第10回
lesson10 How to Write the Introduction
This lesson continues the practice on how to justify the research gap and formulate research questions.

第11回
lesson11 How to Write the Abstract
This lesson focuses on the writing practice of the Abstract. Students are expected to write an Abstract at a relatively well-developed level.

第12回
lesson12 How to Write the Abstract
This lesson continues the practice of the writing of an Abstract.

第13回
lesson13 How to Scope Back the Discussion to the Introduction
This lesson focuses on the discussion about the structure of the Discussion and how to resonate the Discussion with the Introduction.

第14回
lesson14 How to Scope Back the Discussion to the Introduction
This lesson continues the practice on formulating the structure and thesis statements in the Discussion.

第15回
lesson15 Wrap-up
This lesson will recap previous lessons, respond to students' questions and provides further advice on academic writing in relation to common errors made in students' writing.
 
教科書・参考書等 No textbook will be used. Students are encouraged to bring in their own manuscripts to practice. Materials from the instructor will be provided during the class. 
授業で使用する
メディア・機器等
 
【詳細情報】 PC – projector for PowerPoint - handouts - Microsoft Teams 
授業で取り入れる
学習手法
 
予習・復習への
アドバイス
Lesson Instructions and relevant materials will be provided through email and/or uploaded to Teams before the class. Students are required to regularly check their Hiroshima email accounts and prepare each lesson before entering the class. Students are required to save the writing outcomes from each lesson, which will be needed for the final exam. 
履修上の注意
受講条件等
Students should have some experiences in academic writing and writing in English. Students should have knowledge of basic academic etiquettes, such as checking the university email regularly, preparing lessons before entering a class, bringing required materials to attend a class, actively participating in class activities and so on.

Registration limit of this course is 30.
 
成績評価の基準等 Preparation & Attitude: 20%; Finalised Writing Outcome: 50%; Reflective Writing: 30%

Finalised Writing Outcome (50%) will be a piece of academic writing that students add writing outcomes from previous lessons with some revision on the cohesion. The breakdown is presented below:
Abstract: 10%
Introduction: 10%
Literature Review - one paragraph: 10%
Overall Skeleton Structure: 20%

Reflective Writing (30%) is a 1000-1500 word writing to respond following topics: What did you learn from this course? What are the aspects in your writing that need to be improved after taking this lesson? Why? And how?

Self-evaluative skills are significant to the development of academic writing, especially in students' own practice. The reflective writing (30%) is designed to examine whether students have developed a certain level of self-evaluative capacity by learning and practising knowledge of academic writing in this lesson.  The content, the paragraphing and the grammar of the reflective writing will be assessed in the grading system.
 
実務経験  
実務経験の概要と
それに基づく授業内容
 
メッセージ This course will be delivered and facilitated in English. 
その他 Students are encouraged to speak in this course, asking questions, participating in group discussions and so on. 
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