Předmět je nabízen i studentům mimo mateřské obory.
Předmět si smí zapsat nejvýše 19 stud.
Momentální stav registrace a zápisu: zapsáno: 16/19, pouze zareg.: 0/19, pouze zareg. s předností (mateřské obory): 0/19
Jiné omezení: Předmět je určen pro studenty 3.ročníku se zaměřením P-PooL
To familiarize students with selected lexico-grammatical features of English academic style by means of language analysis of exemplary academic texts.
To develop students' strategies for the specific phases of the writing process (prewriting, writing, editing).
To discuss and achieve an understanding of important themes, issues and debates related to academic writing in the context of English as a foreign language.
Výstupy z učení
At the end of the course, students will be able to apply their knoweldge from the course in their writing of discipline-specific articles.
1. Introduction to the Course; Introduction to Academic Writing: Audience, Purpose, Organization, Style, Flow, Presentation; Features of Academic Writing
2. The Writing Process; Writing Stages: Pre-Writing, Writing, Re-Writing, Editing; The Use of Techniques from Creative Writing; Types of Academic Publications; Structure of a Research Paper
3. Academic Vocabulary: Synonyms, Nominalizations, Levels of Formality, Paraphrasing; Collocations: Using Corpora for Language Learning
4. Academic Grammar: Objective Language, Hedging, Metalanguage; Selected Points of Grammar for Academic Writing (Passive vs. Active Voice)
5. Abstracts and the Writing of Abstracts: Types of Abstracts, Their Structure and Typical Moves, Summarizing and Paraphrasing
6. Medical Case Reports: Structure and Language, Case Presentation Section: Problem-Solution Pattern; Conventions of Medical Writing
7. Revision – Midterm Evaluation
8. Constructing a Research Paper I: IMRaD Structure; Introductions: Creating a Research Space, Citations and Tenses, General-to-Specific Pattern
9. Constructing a Research Paper II: Methods Sections; Selected Points of Grammar for Academic Writing: Linking Devices
10. Constructing a Research Paper III: Results Sections; Selected Points of Grammar for Academic Writing: Location Statements, Making Comparisons
11. Constructing a Research Paper IV: Discussion Sections, Levels of Generalizations, Expressions of Limitations
12. How To Get Published: Writing for Specific Audiences; Target Journal Analysis; Selected Points of Grammar for Academic Writing: Gerunds and Infinitives
13. Remaining Issues and Topics
14. Final Revision and Consolidation, Final Evaluation
KLAUSER, Heriette Anne: Writing on both sides of the brain. New York: Harper Collins, 1987.
GODSON, Patricia. Becoming an Academic Writer. Texas A and M University: Sage, 2013.
SWALES, John a Christine B. FEAK. Academic writing for graduate students : essential tasks and skills. 3rd ed. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Press, 2012. xiv, 418. ISBN 9780472034758. info