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Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to teach students to read, understand, and write scientific papers in English.


Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to teach students to read, understand, and write scientific papers in English.


Highlights:

1. This course is taught completely in English by a native-English speaker.

2. After 2 weeks of class, you should be able to read a scientific paper in English faster and more efficiently.

3. After 4 weeks of class, you should be able to paraphrase sentences in English. Paraphrasing is writing sentences in your own words.

4. The class includes instruction on how to give presentations or make videos to advertise your discoveries.

Syllabus

1. Introduction and paraphrasing

2. Reading Scientific Papers Efficiently, Taking Good Notes, Paraphrasing and Avoiding Grandiloquence

3. Writing the Materials and Methods and Verb Tense

4. Writing the Materials and Methods and Active Versus Passive

5. Presenting Data

6. Using Power Point or Making a Video

7. Writing the Introduction-Part 1

8. Writing the Introduction-Part 2

9. Writing the Results and Formal Writing

10. Writing the Results

11. Writing the Discussion and Articles

12. Writing an Abstract and Writing Concisely

13. Writing Titles, Capitalization, and Scientific Names

14. Acknowledgements, References, Count and Noncount Nouns, and Quantity

15. Review, Choosing a Journal and the Peer Review Process


Instructor

Roberta Greenwood, Ph.D.

Roberta Greenwood completed her doctoral degree in Genetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She did post-doctoral research in Immunology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Then in 2003 she came to China and began teaching for The College of Life Science of Shandong University.




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