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生物医科学生のためのライティング入門

Writing for Biomedical Sciences Students

(Macmillan Study Skills)

Witchel, Harry

Red Globe Pr 2020/02
280 p. 60 illus. in color 23 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9781352008753
KCN: 1036983135
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Focusing very precisely on the biomedical research article, this book will equip readers with all the skills needed to write convincing and polished assignments. This is an essential companion to any student studying Biomedical Science or related disciplines such as Physiology, Biomedical Engineering, Pharmacy, Medicine and Dentistry.

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This book will equip readers with all the skills needed to write convincing and polished assignments in biomedical sciences.
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Table of Contents

PART 1: BIOMEDICAL WRITING: SETTING YOUR AIMS.- Chapter 1. Introduction: This Book and How to Use It.- Chapter 2. What Your Instructor Wants for Each Different Type of Writing.- Chapter 3. Your Process of Writing.- PART 2: SPECIFIC TASKS IN WRITING AND PRESENTATION.- Chapter 4. Essays.- Chapter 5. Scientific Talks and Slideshow Presentations.- Chapter 6. Lab Reports.- Chapter 7. Reflective Writing.- Chapter 8. Posters, Patient Leaflets and Other Scientific Writing.- PART 3: SKILLS 1: ORGANISING, RESEARCHING, AND SCIENTIFIC THINKING.- Chapter 9. Goal Setting: Discovering, Listing and Mapping Ideas to the Marking Criteria.- Chapter 10. Organising: Structuring, Outlining, and Allocating Your Resources.- Chapter 11. IMRaD Structure: Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion.- Chapter 12. Recognising Excellent and Credible Material You Should Include.- Chapter 13. Searching, Reading and Note-taking for Online and Library Research.- Chapter 14. Selecting and Preparing Figures and Tables to Support Your Claims.- Chapter 15. Analyzing Critically to Make Well-Informed Arguments.- PART 4: SKILLS 2: WRITING, EDITING AND IMPROVING.- Chapter 16. Writing Sentences with an Authoritative Tone.- Chapter 17. Writing into Headed Sections Organised as Clear Paragraphs.- Chapter 18. Referencing, Quoting, Paraphrasing and Avoiding Plagiarism.- Chapter 19. Revising, Editing, Proofreading and Professional Presentation.- Chapter 20. Responding to Feedback.- Chapter 21. Help for Non-native English Speakers.- APPENDICES.- Appendix A. Sample Student Essay 1: Obesity.- Appendix B. Sample Student Essay 2: Antibiotic Resistance.- Appendix C. Sample Student Reflective Essay on a Patient Home Visit.