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English for Academic and Professional Purposes: Learning the features of Academic Writing

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Reading Academic Text || Module 1 English for Academic and Professional Purposes

Lesson 1: Nature of Academic Text
Lesson 2: Synthesizing
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Structure of academic texts from various academic disciplines| English for Academic & Prof.Purposes

Structure of academic texts from various academic disciplines

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An Introduction to Academic Writing

In this video for the NUST MISiS Academic Writing Center, English Language Fellow John Kotnarowski provides a brief introduction to academic writing in English. More than just the passive voice and formal tone, the video begins by explaining how academic English acts as the “voice” of research and moves on to discuss a few general features of academic writing in English. The video concludes with a series of comments on the value and importance effective communication in written academic English.
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English for Academic and Professional Purposes | EPISODE 1 | Academic Text and Text Structure

Please watch my video lesson in English for Academic and Professional Purposes. This is the first episode of my EAPP video lessons. In this video, you will learn about the academic text and its text structure.

Episode 2 - Thesis Statement and Summarizing
Episode 3 - Outlining
Episode 4 - Critical Approaches and How to write an objective and balanced review or critique

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English for Academic and Professional Purposes | EPISODE 2 | Thesis Statement and Summarizing

Please watch my video lesson in English for Academic and Professional Purposes. This is the second episode of my EAPP video lessons. In this video, you will learn about summarization and thesis statement

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EAPP LESSON 1- THE NATURE AND STRUCTURE OF ACADEMIC TEXTS (AUDIO AND PPT)

This is an online audio lecture for the first lesson for English for Academic and Professional Purposes. Hit comment for questions/ queries.

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how to write a Precis in academic writing|Summary| English for Academic and Professional Purposes

How to write a Precis in academic writing | Summarizing in English

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How to write a thesis statement in academic writing| English for Academic & professional Purposes

How to write a thesis statement in academic writing for Senior High School
For English for Academic and Professional Purposes subject

A thesis statement is the main or central point of an essay.

3 main componnets of a thesis statement:
a. topic
b. controlling idea
c. sub-topic

Common misconceptions in writing a thesis statement:
1. Making announcements
2. Stating general statements
3. Stating facts



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English for Academic and Professional Purposes: Learning the features of Academic Writing

This clip talks about the many features of Academic writing as one of the lessons included in the English for Academic and Professional Purposes subject. #Seniorhighschoollessons #beready #academicwriting #Englishforacademicandprofessionalpurposes

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First Lesson on English for Academic and Professional Purposes

Fundamentals of Academic Text (English for Academic & Professional Purposes)

This presents the difference between academic and professional writing, purposes of reading and writing academic texts and language features of academic texts.

Module in English for Academic and Professional Purposes

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English for Academic and Professional Purposes Lesson 1

For Senior HS Grade 11 and Grade 12 students EAPP Lesson 1 parallel to MELC
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ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES (EAPP)

• Academic text is defined as critical, objective, specialized texts written by experts or professionals in a given field using formal language.

Examples
Books and book reports , Essays, Research Papers and Research Articles ,Conference Paper, Academic Journal, Dissertation and Thesis

Non-Academic Text
• May be considered that writing which is personal, emotional, impressionistic, or subjective in nature.

Examples
Personal Opinions, Letters to editors , Memos, Magazine,
Fiction or non-fiction , Writing for newspapers, Digital media

Academic language - represents the language demands of school (academics).

Each type of communication (both academic and social) has its purpose, and neither is superior to the other.

Objective- avoid personal or direct reference to people or feelings

Technical –use vocabulary specific to discipline

Formal- avoid casual or conversation such as contractions and informal vocabulary
INFORMAL FORMAL
So -therefore choose -select look for -seek/search maybe -perhaps say no -reject
buy - purchase sorry - apologize
(SEARCH ON ADDITIONAL INFORMAL AND FORMAL WORDS)

ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES
• Latin word “ disciplina” which means instruction
An academic discipline or field of study in a branch of knowledge, taught and researched as a part of higher education
• Writing in the humanities usually seeks to analyze, interpret, argue, and/or explain and express thoughts, reactions, ideas, and emotions.
• Writing in business often means explaining a situation, event, or change in order to compel the reader toward a very specific action.
• Writing in the sciences focuses on informing the reader of new discoveries and assisting readers in discovering truth through facts and solid data given in detail.

IN THE FIELD OF RESEARCH

Example
• To introduce the topic of a project or paper
• The paper/ article/ work presents or discusses

Recommended Substitute Recommended Substitute instead of presents or discusses

highlights questions features outlines investigates surveys

• Instead of this paper introduces…
ushers promotes reveals proffers advocates unveils conveys introduces exposes unearths

• To present contradictory findings
This paper questions
challenges debunks disputes invalidates rebuts rejects refutes

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FEATURES OF ACADEMIC WRITING WITH EXAMPLES: PART 1

This video discusses the first part of the Features of Academic Writing with several examples for each feature.

An Intro to EAPP and Module 1

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This video is exclusively for senior high school teachers in the Philippines teaching English for Academic and Professional Purposes (EAPP) and working for the Department of Education (DepEd). It is an introduction to EAPP and Module 1: Reading and Writing Academic Texts (created and owned by the DepEd).

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English for Academic and Professional Purposes | EPISODE 4 | Critical Approaches & Writing a Review

Please watch my video lesson in English for Academic and Professional Purposes. This is the last episode of my EAPP video lessons. In this video, you will learn about the different critical approaches and how to write a review or critique.

Episode 1 - Academic Text and Text Structure -
Episode 2 - Thesis Statement and Summarizing -
Episode 3 - Outlining -
Episode 4 - Critical Approaches and How to write an objective and balanced review or critique

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English for Academic and Professional Purposes Part I

Academic Text

ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES 1

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