Writing method sections

Xem 1-11 trên 11 kết quả Writing method sections
  • This book is not a traditional style manual that prescribes mechanical details such as the forms for levels of headings, typing requirements, and so on. A number of excellent style manuals, including the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, already cover these matters . Neither will you find here a discussion of the mechanics of standard English usage; it is assumed that you have already mastered these. Finally, it is also assumed that you have already selected an important research topic, applied sound research methods, and analyzed the data.

    pdf164p banhkem0908 24-11-2012 29 11   Download

  • Writing for the TOEFL /^presents step-by-step methods for comparing the two tasks in the writing section of the TOEFL. By following the stops in order, your stu¬dents will build new skills on top of previously developed ones.

    pdf15p kathy203 13-07-2010 69 19   Download

  • Writing for the TOEFL iBT presents step-by-step methods for completing the two tasks in the writing section of the TOEFL By following the steps in order, your stu-dents will build new skills on top of previously developed ones. Although the activ-ities in this book arc specifically aimed at the two writing tasks in die TOEFL

    pdf7p kathy211 15-09-2010 71 12   Download

  • Your Writing Coach who is usually the harshest of all—your inner critic. With the neuro-linguistic programming technique in Chapter 12, you’ll be able to transform the inner critic into a constructive inner guide—the key to avoiding or overcoming writer’s block. In the final section of the book you’ll learn the secrets of marketing yourself and your work, beyond the normal methods that most other writers are using. There’s also a chapter on new media, which offer tremendous opportunities for writers smart enough to find out about them.

    pdf10p anhheomap 13-12-2010 36 7   Download

  • When selecting your target journal it is beneficial to conduct an analysis of the purpose and mission of the journal, and examine what type of articles they typically publish. Pay special attention on the topics, the structure and the research methods. Conduct a deeper analysis on about five recent articles in the target journal. If the journal does not seem suitable, choose another one and conduct a similar analysis. Browse through the editorial board and previous authors and pay attention to their nationalities.

    pdf120p commentcmnr 03-06-2013 23 7   Download

  • There are a lot of writing guides available which provide advice on the structure of proposed articles. One example is the commonly known IMRAD (Introduction, Method, Results and Discussion) structure (see e.g., Swales, 1990, Sharp, 2002; Freeman, 2000). The terminology may differ somewhat, as for example in the IMRAD scheme the literature review is integrated into the Introduction section, however, the above list presents the literature review separately. Also, discussion, which D stands for in IMRAD, is the same as conclusions in the above list.

    pdf32p commentcmnr 03-06-2013 28 4   Download

  • This book starts by reviewing the overall architecture of .NET in order to give you the background you need to be able to write managed code. After that, the book is divided into a number of sections that cover both the C# language and its application in a variety of areas.

    pdf0p rose_12 07-12-2012 12 2   Download

  • Polymorphism Polymorphism The last important concept of object-oriented programming that we want to discuss is polymorphism. Although we’ll expand the explanation as this section evolves, you can start by thinking of polymorphism as a design practice that allows you to use objects of different types in a uniform manner. For example, for our vehicle exercise, you might create classes for land-, water-, and air-based vehicles and write code to move each type of vehicle.

    pdf10p yukogaru13 30-11-2010 58 16   Download

  • Simply put, a pattern of development is the method you employ to write a paper. These patterns are very simple to learn. Fortunately, they do not take much time, and employing them gives you the advantage needed to earn that outstanding score on the essay section of the TOEFL.

    pdf10p kathy205 29-07-2010 58 9   Download

  • Chapter 8 gives you a method for estimating your TOEFL score from scores on the model teats in this book. If you do not have a teacher or a raliable grater to availuale your speaking and writing sections, you may want to consider using one of the services listed at the end of the chapter. You need to know how your speaking and writing will factor into the total score.

    pdf7p kathy215 24-09-2010 28 3   Download

  • @implementation Circle -(float )radius { return radius ; } -(void )radius :(float )r { radius = r ; } @end Don't use "get" in the name of your accessors. By convention, methods whose names start with "get" take an address into which data will be copied. If you are using reference counting, there are more design patterns you should follow when writing accessors. These are discussed in Section 1.12.2. Message search paths When you send an object a message (call one of its methods), the code that actually runs is determined by a search performed at runtime. The dispatch...

    pdf6p henessycream 24-11-2010 23 2   Download

Đồng bộ tài khoản