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(898W21) Accurate Thinking – Accurate Texts

Online Workshop for Doctoral Researchers, 18. November 2020

In this workshop, different levels of academic thinking and reflection are discussed and defined. Then, we zoom in on the precise academic words to refer to these levels of thinking. In addition, we discuss features of effective reserach questions as well as ways to create a well-developed "reserach story" or line of argument.

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(898W21) Accurate Thinking – Accurate Texts

Online Workshop for Doctoral Researchers

Wann?

  • 18. November 2020
  • 10.00 Uhr bis 17.00 Uhr

Wo?

The workshop will take place online via zoom.

ReferentIn

Dr. Vera Leberecht

Anmeldung

Die Anmeldung ist vom 01. September 2020, 10.00 Uhr, bis 10. November 2020, 10.00 Uhr, möglich. Anmeldeformular Teilnahmebedingungen

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Akademisches Schreibzentrum

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Nein

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Learning Outcomes:

  • Knowing what you are doing: different levels of academic thinking (e.g., describing, analysing, evaluating, etc.)
  • Letting others know what you are doing: using the correct words to report my research actions and processes
  • Refining your research question to make it well thought out, specific, relevant – and manageable
  • Developing a logical, coherent line of argument

In order to produce accurate, coherent texts, young scientists need to develop a habit of systematic, analytical thinking. In this workshop, different levels of academic thinking and reflection are discussed and defined. Then, we zoom in on the precise academic words to refer to these levels of thinking. In addition, we discuss features of effective reserach questions as well as ways to create a well-developed "reserach story" or line of argument.

The small-group workshop is held in English and comprises individual writing exercises, small group work, plenary discussions and trainer inputs from writing pedagogy, English didactics, linguistics and communication sciences.

Evaluation note: In this seminar an evaluation will take place.

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