基础学术论文写作-02班  050200MGX009H-02

学期:2020—2021学年(春)第二学期 | 课程属性:公共选修课 | 任课教师:Torsten Juelich
授课时间: 星期五,第3、4 节
授课地点: 教一楼207
授课周次: 1、2、3、4、5、6、7、8、9、10、11、12、13、14、15、16
课程编号: 050200MGX009H-02 课时: 32 学分: 1.00
课程属性: 公共选修课 主讲教师:Torsten Juelich 助教:范逸洲
英文名称: Academic Writing in English - Basic Course 召集人:

教学目的、要求

This course will introduce students to the fundamental principles of good academic writing. Our teaching team will use a combination of classic instructive learning and innovative teaching methods, including flipped classroom, in-class group work and peer-reviewing to foster an active approach to learning. The aim of this course is to encourage students to read, write and think in English, with particular focus on problem-solution structures commonly found in the academic literature.
By the end of this course, all students will have a clearidea of the fundamental elements of academic writing, enabling students to continuously improve their analytical thinking skills beyond the timeframe of this course. 
Working knowledge of oral and written English is assumed. Active participation throughout the course will be fostered through a participation-based scoring system. The anticipated minimum ratio of in-class hours to homework time will be approx. 1:2.

预修课程

教 材

Academic Writing for Graduate Students: Essential Tasks and Skills.John M. Swales and Christine B. Feak (University of Michigan Press ELT; 3rd edition)

主要内容

第一周			Introduction
第二周			Critical Thinking through Writing - Basics
第三周			Writing Exercises
第四周			Academic Writing - Audience and Purpose
第五周			Writing Exercises
第六周			Academic Writing - Style
第七周			Writing Exercises
第八周			Academic Writing - Flow
第九周			Writing Exercises
第十周			Academic Writing -- Organization
第十一周		Writing Exercises
第十二周		Organization of a Scientific Manuscript Part 1
第十三周		Writing Exercises
第十四周		Organization of a Scientific Manuscript Part 2
第十五周		Writing Exercises
第十六周		Research Ethics - Plagiarism and Scientific misconduct

参考文献

Academic Writing for Graduate Students: Essential Tasks and Skills.John M. Swales and Christine B. Feak (University of Michigan Press ELT; 3rd edition)