105年第2學期-5084 學術論文寫作Ⅱ 課程資訊
|Proposal introduction||15||Students will write the introduction section to a proposal for a research study they wish to conduct.|
|Literature review||35||Students will write the literature review for a research proposal, discussing the main concepts and important past research related to their proposed research.|
|Methodology||30||Students will write a description and rationale for the plans and procedures they plan to follow for their proposed study.|
|proposal presentation||15||Students will give a PPT presentatation of their proposal and defend the proposal.|
|Reflection on a proposal/thesis defense||5||Students will need to attend a proposal or final thesis defense and then write some of their thoughts regarding the defense.|
本課程名額為 12人，已有4 人選讀，尚餘名額8人。
In this course, for this semester, students will:
-- Become familiar with and practice writing the key parts of a research proposal: the introduction, the literature review, and the methodology section
-- Gain an understanding of the thesis research, writing, and defense process
-- Improve areas of linguistic weakness
-- Review key writing processes, particularly outlining and drafting
This course is designed to prepare graduate students rhetorically and linguistically for the kinds of academic writing they will be required to do during their MA program career. In the fall semester, students will become familiar with academic culture, products, and writing expectations, and then will learn how to execute specific academic writing tasks and skills that are used for their other courses’ writing assignments and for their own research. In the spring semester, students will revisit those tasks and skills and apply them in more complex ways to larger writing projects like a project proposal. The class sessions will consist of lectures, group discussions, and activities focused on each session’s topic.
Office HourOffice hours: 1:00~2:00 Wed. & Thu. Office: LAN211-C
1) Swales, J. M., & Feak, C. B. (2004). 2nd ed. Academic writing for graduate students: Essential tasks and skills. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press.
2)American Psychological Association. (2009). 6th ed. Publication manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington DC: APA.