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Unit 1 Introduction to Adademic Writing

What is academic writing?随堂测验

1、Compared with general English writing, academic writing tends to be more
    A、objective and impersonal
    B、logical
    C、formal
    D、all the above



2、The general structure of academic writing consists of
    A、an abstract, an introduction and a discussion
    B、an introduction, a result and a discussion
    C、an introduction, a body and a conclusion
    D、an abstract, a result and a conclusion



3、Which of the following is NOT a feature of academic text?
    A、Formality
    B、Recreational
    C、Complexity
    D、Accuracy



Efficient reading academic texts随堂测验

1、1. Which of the following is NOT a reading purpose at the before-reading stage?
    A、To gain evidence to support readers’ argument.
    B、To familiarize readers with the leading researchers
    C、To gain detailed understanding of the content.
    D、To locate answers to specific questions readers may have.



2、2. At the during-reading stage, what instructions about text scanning have NOT been mentioned?
    A、Read the first paragraph.
    B、Read the last paragraph.
    C、Read the opening sentence of other paragraphs.
    D、Read the middle sentence of other paragraphs.



3、3. At the after-reading stage, what information about new words should be noted?
    A、Definition, part of speech, related phrases and derivatives.
    B、Definition, part of speech, related phrases and inflections.
    C、Definition, related phrases, derivatives and inflections.
    D、Definition, related phrases, inflections and sample sentences.



Writing good academic texts随堂测验

1、1. To accomplish good academic writing, writers should______
    A、support claims with evidence.
    B、be impersonal and be cautious.
    C、use nominalization
    D、All the above.



2、2. How do academic writers support their claims with evidence?
    A、Express their opinions about research findings freely.
    B、Express their arguments by referring to work done by relevant scholars.
    C、Express their understanding conservatively.
    D、Express their claims by exemplifying the research procedures.



3、3. Which of the following is NOT correct about nominalizations in academic writing?
    A、It helps to transform complex sentences into simple ones.
    B、It refers to the noun phrase construction.
    C、It enables writers to avoid stating something obvious in a simple way.
    D、It enables writers to choose the emphasis.



Strategies for good academic writing随堂测验

1、1. Which of the following is NOT correct about academic writing?
    A、It has an obvious audience.
    B、It has logical expression.
    C、It has a clear purpose.
    D、It has a linear structure.



2、2. The academic language can not be acquired through ______.
    A、simulation
    B、observation
    C、experiment
    D、study



3、3. What are the recommended procedures for writing academic texts?
    A、To think about subject academically
    B、Scan or skim relevant resources from library or internet
    C、Study and structure what you have selected
    D、All the above



Tips for academic writing随堂测验

1、1. Which of the following is NOT a tip for good academic writing?
    A、Make connections and establish a clear sense of direction.
    B、Be your readers’ guide.
    C、Present a well-structured essay.
    D、Use active voice to highlight the researchers’ contribution.



2、2. In terms of punctuation, which of the understanding is NOT correct?
    A、Punctuation aims to show where a reader pauses to take a breath.
    B、Punctuation aims to clarify the grammatical structure of sentences.
    C、Punctuation is closely connected with meaning.
    D、Punctuation can realize certain important syntactic structure.



3、3. What signpost expressions have been mentioned in lecture?
    A、moreover
    B、besides
    C、however
    D、all of the above



Quiz for Unit 1

1、Ideally, the application will save every single little change as soon as the user makes it, ___________, after each keystroke.
    A、nevertheless
    B、in other words
    C、in the same way
    D、as well as



2、Papers must be handed in by the deadline, ______________ they will not be graded.
    A、obviously
    B、otherwise
    C、as a result
    D、even though



3、There are some slight variations in temperature, but ________________ 26 to 27ºC should be expected.
    A、consequently
    B、otherwise
    C、as a result
    D、as a rule



4、There are three major advantages of the design, ________________ cheapness, simplicity and availability.
    A、for example
    B、for instance
    C、namely
    D、in other ways



5、Academic writing is relatively formal. In general this means that in an essay you should avoid the following:
    A、colloquial words and expressions (such as "stuff", "a lot of", "thing", "sort of")
    B、abbreviated forms (such as "can't", "doesn't", "shouldn't”)
    C、two word verbs (such as "put off", "bring up”)
    D、asking questions (such as “So why is this?”)



6、What are the main features of academic writing?
    A、Accuracy
    B、Brevity
    C、Complexity
    D、Formality



7、It is explicit in its signposting of the organization of the ideas in the text. As a writer of academic English, it is your responsibility to make it clear to your reader how various parts of the text are related. These connections can be made explicit by the use of different signaling words.



8、Currently the IMRAD(Introduction, Methods, Results And Discussion) structure is dominant for publishing papers in many fields of science.



Assignment for Unit 1

1、There was a "mistake" in each of the following sentences. Can you identify and revise them? 1) A rent charge is the right to receive an annual sum out of the income of land every year. 2) All of the solutions considered so far have only involved Legendre functions of even order. 3) Before spelling out exactly what this means, it is worth first asking whether translating machinery is necessarily irreversible. 4) Being in charge, the accusation was particularly annoying to me. 5) However, there were other patients whose lives had ended by suicide.



Unit 2 The Title

Scientific titles and author informaiton (1)随堂测验

1、______ present a miniature of the whole paper.
    A、Title, key words and authors
    B、Title, abstract and authors
    C、Title, key words and abstract
    D、Title, abstract and introduction



2、2. What will be freely accessible to readers online?
    A、Title
    B、Key words
    C、Abstract
    D、All the above



3、3. What titles are recommended?
    A、Objective and self-explanatory titles.
    B、Informative and objective titles.
    C、Descriptive and informative titles.
    D、Descriptive and self-explanatory titles.



4、4. Which of the following is NOT the correct author order?
    A、The first author is the lead author.
    B、The first author designs the research.
    C、The first author is the principal investigator.
    D、The first author is responsible for most of the work.



Scientific titles and author information (2)随堂测验

1、What are the scientific title features?
    A、It is short in length.
    B、It is dense in information.
    C、It helps easy retrieval in computerized searches.
    D、All the above.



2、2. Which of the following strategy is NOT recommended?
    A、To scan the title searching for key words.
    B、To translate the title to readers’ first language.
    C、To break the title into pieces of information.
    D、To analyze the grammatical structure of the title.



3、3. What questions are asked to paraphrase the title?
    A、What are the key words in the title?
    B、Which part of the title is emphasized?
    C、How do readers expect the research content?
    D、All the above.



Creating strong scientific titles随堂测验

1、Which of the following is NOT explaining the importance of the title?
    A、It is a critical component of the manuscript.
    B、It affects the first impression of the editor or the reader.
    C、It determines to increase or lose readers’ interest in reading the paper.
    D、It can be considered as a miniature of the whole paper.



2、2. When is a good title often written?
    A、At the beginning of the paper writing.
    B、After the main body of paper is finished.
    C、After the entire paper is finished.
    D、After the abstract is finished.



3、3. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a good scientific title feature?
    A、It highlights the structure of a research paper.
    B、It is specific but informative.
    C、It is typically within 10-12 words.
    D、It uses descriptive terms or phrases.



4、4. Which of the following is NOT a clear and persuasive title?
    A、It raises questions about the paper and take notes of the answers.
    B、It identifies the most important aspects of the answers.
    C、It rephrases the working title in detailed phrases.
    D、It drafts a working title with the key words.



Six steps to a strong scientific title随堂测验

1、What questions can be asked about the paper?
    A、What is the paper specifically about?
    B、What is the research design and what methods were used?
    C、What are the major findings?
    D、All the above.



2、2. A working title uses _______
    A、one sentence.
    B、one main sentence and one relative clause.
    C、more than one sentence.
    D、one compound sentence.



3、3. What information can be deleted?
    A、Extra words distracting the title’s pivot.
    B、Redundant words prolonging the title.
    C、Vague expressions diverting the title’s highlight.
    D、All the above.



Don'ts in writing scientific titles随堂测验

1、Which of the following don’t is mentioned?
    A、Don’t be broad or vague.
    B、Don’t use idiosyncratic abbreviation.
    C、Don’t use waste word like a study /research on.
    D、All the above.



2、2. What will diminish the seriousness of the science study?
    A、A catchy phrase or humor injection.
    B、A brief and descriptive title.
    C、A well-structured abstract.
    D、A review of the background information.



3、3. What title format is suggested?
    A、Construct the title with one sentence.
    B、Capitalize the first alphabet of all words.
    C、Follow the practice of the target journal.
    D、Integrate a title and a subtitle.



Quiz for Unit 2

1、As a reader of research papers, titles are important since they give you a quick indication of the content of a paper. Titles are also useful for you when you write your own research paper. Decide which of the following are reasons that a title is useful as a writer of a research paper.
    A、① A title is in a privileged place in the text, and it draws the reader’s most complete attention. Taking advantage of that fact, the writer can use the title’s privileged position to express ideas clearly and to articulate an argument.
    B、② A title chosen early in the writing process can help writers stay on track during the writing process.
    C、③ Creating a title at the end of the writing process can function as a check on the quality of the research paper.
    D、④ If coming up with a title is difficult, it may indicate to the writer that the essay’s main idea or point is unclear.



2、A strong scientific title is descriptive, brief, specific, and accurate. It also uses key words that readers will search for. The title with the "√" before it is considered to be the better one. Decide whether the following choice is the correct one. 1. A. Single-Particle Mapping of Nonequilibrium Nanocrystal Transformations √ B. A Research on Mapping of Nonequilibrium Nanocrystal Transformations



3、2. A strong scientific title is descriptive, brief, specific, and accurate. It also uses key words that readers will search for. The title with the "√" before it is considered to be the better one. Decide whether the following choice is the correct one. A. A Study on the Formation of Peak Rings in Large Impact Craters √B. The Formation of Peak Rings in Large Impact Craters



4、3. A strong scientific title is descriptive, brief, specific, and accurate. It also uses key words that readers will search for. The title with the "√" before it is considered to be the better one. Decide whether the following choice is the correct one. √A. A Synthetic Pathway for the Fixation of Carbon Dioxide in Vitro B. Fixation of Carbon Dioxide in Vitro: Not Blowing in the Wind



5、A strong scientific title is descriptive, brief, specific, and accurate. It also uses key words that readers will search for. The title with the "√" before it is considered to be the better one. Decide whether the following choice is the correct one. 4. A. An Experimental Observation of a Pair of Spin-Polarized Fermi Arc Surface States on the Surface of the Dirac Semimetal Na3Bi at Its Native Chemical Potential √ B. Observation of Fermi Arc Surface States in a Topological Metal



6、A strong scientific title is descriptive, brief, specific, and accurate. It also uses key words that readers will search for. The title with the "√" before it is considered to be the better one. Decide whether the following choice is the correct one. 5. A. A Highly Active and Stable IrOx/SrIrO3 Catalyst for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction √B. A Novel Active and Stable IrOx/SrIrO3 Catalyst for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction



7、A strong scientific title is descriptive, brief, specific, and accurate. It also uses key words that readers will search for. The title with the "√" before it is considered to be the better one. Decide whether the following choice is the correct one. √ A. An Observation of Quantum Shock Waves Created with Ultra-Compressed Slow Light Pulses in a Bose-Einstein Condensate B. Creating Quantum Shock Waves with Ultra-Compressed Slow Light Pulses in a Bose-Einstein Condensate



8、A strong scientific title is descriptive, brief, specific, and accurate. It also uses key words that readers will search for. The title with the "√" before it is considered to be the better one. Decide whether the following choice is the correct one. 7, √ A. The Highly efficient waveguide grating couplers using silicon-on-insulator B. Silicon-on-insulator for high-output waveguide grating couplers



9、A strong scientific title is descriptive, brief, specific, and accurate. It also uses key words that readers will search for. The title with the "√" before it is considered to be the better one. Decide whether the following choice is the correct one. 8. A. Effects of added calcium on salinity tolerance of tomato √ B. Calcium addition improves salinity tolerance of tomato



Assignment for Unit 2

1、One-step inactivation of chromosomal genes in Escherichia coli K-12 using PCR products



2、Ecological responses to recent climate change



3、Technical advantages of improving mine ventilation by the double-stopping method



4、Long-range mutual synchronization of spin Hall nano-oscillators



Unit 3 The Abstract

Scientific abstracts and keywords随堂测验

1、Which of the following is NOT a scientific abstract?
    A、It is an overview of a scientific paper.
    B、It indicates the structure of the paper.
    C、It reduces long research work to essential elements.
    D、It is usually designed to be standing alone.



2、The scientific abstract aims to________
    A、stand alone as a mini-text.
    B、provide a short summary of a research.
    C、guide readers with a reading roadmap.
    D、all the above.



3、What are the two primary types of abstracts?
    A、Descriptive and Interpretive.
    B、Descriptive and informative.
    C、Informative and objective.
    D、Interpretive and objective.



Effective reading of scientific abstracts随堂测验

1、Reading a scientific abstract involves_______
    A、understanding its structure and obtaining key information.
    B、understanding its content and obtaining key information.
    C、understanding its contribution and its implication.
    D、understanding its structure and its content.



2、What information can abstract-scanning reveal?
    A、The discipline and journal the paper is from.
    B、The estimated number of words.
    C、The type of abstracts .
    D、All the above.



3、Which of the following is NOT mentioned?
    A、What is the purpose of the study?
    B、What problem does the study try to solve?
    C、What solution does the paper offer?
    D、What is the scientific objective of the study?



Creating effective scientific abstracts随堂测验

1、Which of the following is NOT to create an effective abstract?
    A、Functions of effective abstracts.
    B、Features of good abstracts.
    C、Maximum number of 300 words.
    D、Key words selection.



2、What functions does an effective abstract have?
    A、Presenting complex information in a clear and concise way.
    B、Helping to conduct research.
    C、Condensing information to a short format.
    D、All the above.



3、Which of the following is NOT a scientific abstract?
    A、Be self-contained.
    B、Be inclusive of the key information of the original work.
    C、Be self-explanatory.
    D、Be well-organized paragraph.



4、Which of the following is CORRECT?
    A、Past simple tense is often used to state the background information.
    B、Present perfect tense is often used to mention the focus of the study.
    C、Past simple tense is often used to describe the methodology.
    D、Present perfect tense is often used to indicate results and findings.



5、What does ABC of a good abstract refer to?
    A、Accuracy, brevity and clarity.
    B、Accuracy, briefness and coherence.
    C、Accuracy, brevity and cohesion.
    D、Accuracy, briefness and clarity.



Three steps to an effective scientific abstract随堂测验

1、Which of the following strategy is NOT mentioned?
    A、Structuring the abstract.
    B、Preparing to write the abstract.
    C、Reading relevant abstract.
    D、Polishing the abstract.



2、How many keywords are recommended?
    A、3-6 keywords.
    B、5-10 keywords.
    C、2-5 keywords.
    D、6-10 keywords.



3、What questions can introduce the background?
    A、What is the purpose of the study?
    B、What is the scope of the study?
    C、What implication does the study have?
    D、What problem is the study trying to solve?



4、Which of the following is NOT to explain the methods?
    A、What is the research design?
    B、What materials and techniques did the research use?
    C、What statistics did the research analyze?
    D、What procedures did the research follow?



Don'ts in writing scientific abstracts随堂测验

1、Which of the following is Mentioned?
    A、Don’t provide lengthy background information.
    B、Don’t use syntactically complex sentences.
    C、Don’t use present perfect tense.
    D、Don’t provide research implication.



2、New information should be________
    A、presented.
    B、avoided.
    C、implied.
    D、explained.



3、The maximum sentence length is ________
    A、18 words.
    B、20 words.
    C、25 words.
    D、15 words.



4、References should be ________
    A、explained.
    B、presented.
    C、implied.
    D、avoided.



Quiz for Unit 3

1、Scientific abstracts can be classified into different types according to their purposes and structures. Read the following features of scientific abstracts and group them into proper types. You can add more features to the list. A. Briefly summarizes the background, methods, results and conclusions of the full-length paper. B. Informs the audience of all essential points of the paper. C. Usually very short, about 50─100 words. D. Contains one paragraph with no explicit subheadings. E. Most likely used for sciences, engineering or psychology reports. F. If it is a research paper, includes the background of the paper, sometimes the methods, but never the results or conclusions. G. Contains several paragraphs with explicit subheadings. H. Most likely used for humanities and social science papers or psychology essays. I. Concise, usually 10% of the length of the entire paper, often just one paragraph. J. Most likely used for medical science papers. K. ... L. ... Descriptive Abstracts include: (输入对应的大写字母,按字母顺序,且字母中间没有标点符号或空格,如:ABCE)



2、Scientific abstracts can be classified into different types according to their purposes and structures. Read the following features of scientific abstracts and group them into proper types. You can add more features to the list. A. Briefly summarizes the background, methods, results and conclusions of the full-length paper. B. Informs the audience of all essential points of the paper. C. Usually very short, about 50─100 words. D. Contains one paragraph with no explicit subheadings. E. Most likely used for sciences, engineering or psychology reports. F. If it is a research paper, includes the background of the paper, sometimes the methods, but never the results or conclusions. G. Contains several paragraphs with explicit subheadings. H. Most likely used for humanities and social science papers or psychology essays. I. Concise, usually 10% of the length of the entire paper, often just one paragraph. J. Most likely used for medical science papers. K. ... L. ... Informative Abstracts include: (输入对应的大写字母,按字母顺序,且字母中间没有标点符号或空格,如:ABCE)



3、Scientific abstracts can be classified into different types according to their purposes and structures. Read the following features of scientific abstracts and group them into proper types. You can add more features to the list. A. Briefly summarizes the background, methods, results and conclusions of the full-length paper. B. Informs the audience of all essential points of the paper. C. Usually very short, about 50─100 words. D. Contains one paragraph with no explicit subheadings. E. Most likely used for sciences, engineering or psychology reports. F. If it is a research paper, includes the background of the paper, sometimes the methods, but never the results or conclusions. G. Contains several paragraphs with explicit subheadings. H. Most likely used for humanities and social science papers or psychology essays. I. Concise, usually 10% of the length of the entire paper, often just one paragraph. J. Most likely used for medical science papers. K. ... L. ... Structured Abstracts include: (输入对应的大写字母,按字母顺序,且字母中间没有标点符号或空格,如:ABCE)



4、Effective reading of a scientific abstract involves identifying its structure. Though different disciplines and journals may show slight differences in their requirements for the format of abstracts, the major components of a scientific abstract remain almost the same and are presented in the same sequence. Read the following disordered statements and reorder them into a well-organized abstract. Explain the reasons for your arrangement of the statements. A. Participants first learned stimuli by either restudying or engaging in retrieval practice. Twenty-four hours later, we induced stress in half of the participants and assessed subsequent memory performance. B. We aimed to determine whether a highly effective learning technique could strengthen memory against the negative effects of stress. C. More than a decade of research has supported a robust consensus: Acute stress impairs memory retrieval. D. Participants who learned by restudying demonstrated the typical stress-related memory impairment, whereas those who learned by retrieval practice were immune to the deleterious effects of stress. E. These results suggest that the effects of stress on memory retrieval may be contingent on the strength of the memory representations themselves. F. To bolster memory, we used retrieval practice, or the act of taking practice tests. (请按照你的排序,直接输入大写字母,字母之间没有空格或标点符号)



Assignment for Unit 3

1、When composing a scientific abstract, you should be very careful about language use and style, including the correct use of words, tenses, sentence patterns, terminologies and other aspects. Read the following sentences from abstracts, identify any incorrect use of language and make suitable revisions. 1) This paper discusses/examines three issues. The first issue is X. The second and third issues are Y and Z. 2) Introduced status for optical fiber communication at first. Then described some enabling technologies of dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM). 3) I examined the use of deep neural networks (DNNs) in the context of photo editing. 4) According to Author et al. (2010), there is a significant relationship between X and Y. 5) This motivated us to explore the use of DNNs in the context of photo editing. 6) Clocks with carefully controlled phases tapped from a local ring oscillator are driven to a bank of input samplers to convert the serial bit stream into parallel data and the overlap of multiple-phased clocks is used to synchronize the multiplexing of the parallel data onto the transmission line. 7) Due to global initialized data, immediate values, address calculations, redundancy in external input, etc.; the same value is used at the same program point as much as 80% of the time. Please identify the possible problems in the sentences above, and then try to offer revisions for each of them.



Unit 4 The introduction

Understanding an academic instroduction随堂测验

1、The introduction aims to ________
    A、lead readers from a general subject to a particular field.
    B、show how the study was undertaken.
    C、explain the contributions of the researchers.
    D、interpret the data implications.



2、Which of the following will NOT appear in Introduction?
    A、The tables and the figures.
    B、The explanation for the subject importance.
    C、The background information of the subject.
    D、The specific questions the author trying to answer.



3、What does a well-organized Introduction include?
    A、The statement of the problem.
    B、Earlier studies about the problem and research gaps.
    C、A new approach to be adopted.
    D、All the above.



Effective reading of scientific introductions随堂测验

1、What questions can help understand the study background?
    A、What earlier studies of this topic are there?
    B、What are the weaknesses of the existing study?
    C、What areas remain to be explored?
    D、All the above.



2、Which is NOT to evaluate the study importance?
    A、What is the research gap?
    B、In what theoretical ways is the research significant?
    C、In what practical ways is the research significant?
    D、Why is it necessary to conduct the research?



3、Which is NOT to explain the new approach?
    A、The author’s perspectives.
    B、The weaknesses of the earlier approach.
    C、The reasons for the author to use the approach.
    D、The advantages of the approach.



4、The paper organization is outlined_________
    A、in the middle of the introduction.
    B、at the beginning of the introduction.
    C、at the end of the introduction.
    D、none of the above.



Creating an effective academic Introduction随堂测验

1、Which is NOT to inform readers about the study?
    A、Sketch out the study background.
    B、Review the most pertinent literature.
    C、Present the numerical data.
    D、State the objectives and purposes of the study.



2、How to convince readers of the study importance?
    A、Highlight the importance of the study.
    B、State how the current research tackles the gap.
    C、State the advances the current research may generate.
    D、All the above.



3、Which will NOT appear in Introduction?
    A、To state briefly the methodology.
    B、To interpret the data implication.
    C、To indicate the potential outcomes.
    D、To outline the paper structure.



Strategies for writing an academic Introduction随堂测验

1、What is suggested to orient the reader?
    A、To review the general background information.
    B、To interpret briefly the research limitations.
    C、To review briefly the pertinent literature.
    D、To present selectively the important findings.



2、How to present the research problem clearly?
    A、Present the research gaps.
    B、Explain how the problems relate to existing studies.
    C、Interpret the significance of the study problem.
    D、Explain the significance to tackle the problems.



3、The essential part of the Introduction should be________
    A、the explanation of the significance of the study.
    B、the interpretation of the numerical data.
    C、the statement of the study limitations.
    D、the statement of the research objectives.



'Don'ts' in writing academic introductions随堂测验

1、Which don’t is NOT mentioned?
    A、Don’t include too much in literature review.
    B、Don’t omit the most pertinent literature review.
    C、Don’t make too humble or conservative claims.
    D、Don’t use vague terminology.



2、Imprecision and confusion are often caused by _________
    A、general discussion.
    B、vague terminology.
    C、ambitious interpretation.
    D、clear terminology.



3、Arguments should be presented _________
    A、in a brief but informative way.
    B、in a logical and informative way.
    C、in a simple and clear way.
    D、in a simple but logical way.



4、Which of the following statement is CORRECT?
    A、Abbreviations are recommended for its space saving.
    B、Specialized terms are avoided for its ambiguity.
    C、Abbreviations aren’t used before they are defined.
    D、Leave room for criticism of the study limitation.



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