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Date: September 21

Time: 12:15-13:45

Room: Struwe 1, Tõstamaa seminar room

Writing for journal articles (or writing science) is not a creative process per se. We certainly do not ask writers to create a text which no other scientist has ever written before. Yes, we want the content to be original, we need the content to contribute to science, but the format in which it is presented has to meet the standards journals present. As such, articles that have been accepted and published provide a rich source for analysis. We call this genre analysis. In genre analysis, we look at the rhetorical moves scientists make. The first analysis will be conducted on Introductions.

 

Course Curriculum

Pre-workshop materials
Rhetoric of Science Writing Details FREE 00:05:00
What is Rhetorical Analysis? Details FREE 00:05:00
How can Rhetorical Analysis Benefit You as a Researcher? Details FREE 00:05:00
Rhetorical Moves in the Research Article Details FREE 00:05:00
Rhetorical Moves in the Introduction Section Details FREE 00:10:00
From Moves to Phrases Details FREE 00:30:00
Post-workshop task
Post-workshop task Details FREE 00:00:05
Workshop slides
Workshop slides: Introduction Details FREE 00:10:00
Writing Groups
Which group am I in? Details FREE 00:05:00
Draft and Feedback Uploading Guidelines
Guideline: Draft and Feedback submission Details FREE 00:10:00
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