Unit 03: Results
Result do not speak for themselves!
같은 23% 라도,
interpretation에 따라서 다르게 전달 되어 진다.
3.3.3 The model
Here are the sentence descriptions we have collected:
In sentences 1,2
-> the writer refers to the findings and conclusions obtained by other researchers.
In sentences 3,4
-> the writer refers back to her/his own methodology and adds more information about it.
In sentence 5
the writer invites the reader to look at a graph / figure / table / etc.
In sentence 6
-> the writer refers to specific results and compares them with those obtained in another study, using subjective, evaluative language.
In sentence 7
-> the writer offers a general statement about his/her results to begin a new paragraph.
In sentence 8
-> the writer refers to specific results and compares them to those obtained in another study, using language that comments on the result(s).
In sentences 9 and 10
-> the writer selects specific results to describe in more detail, using language that comments on the results.
In sentence 11
-> the writer refers to the method used to analyse the results.
In sentence 12
-> the writer mentions a problem in the results and uses quantity language to minimize its significance.
In sentence 13
-> the writer makes a reference to the implications and applications of the work s/he has done.
Revisiting the research aim / existing research
Revisiting / expanding methodology
General overview of results
Invitation to view results
specific / key results in detail, with or without explanations
comparisons with results in other research
comparison/s with model predictions
problems with results
possible implications of results
'논문 작성 > Science Research Writing for Non-Native Speakers of English' 카테고리의 다른 글
|Unit 03: Results (0)||2014.12.29|
|Science Research Writing - Unit 1: How to Write an Introduction (2)||2014.07.19|