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I HOPE I GET A PUBLICATION. I want to give a presentation When I have wrote a page or two. I want to speak in ancient Kyoto And share my research like the academics do! I hope that I can write a paper So I can publish what I find. I want to be a top-notch scholar

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i hope i get a publication
I HOPE I GET A PUBLICATION
  • I want to give a presentation
  • When I have wrote a page or two.
  • I want to speak in ancient Kyoto
  • And share my research like the academics do!
  • I hope that I can write a paper
  • So I can publish what I find.
  • I want to be a top-notch scholar
  • And leave my days of anxious writing-block behind.
dr cynthia l hallen brigham young university department of linguistics and english language
Dr. Cynthia L. HallenBrigham Young UniversityDepartment of Linguistics and English Language
  • ABSTRACT
  • PRESENTATION
  • PUBLICATION
writing for academic publication 1995 frank parker and kathryn riley
Writing for Academic Publication, 1995Frank Parker and Kathryn Riley
  • SEED: 1-2 page abstract

100-250 words

  • FLOWER: 10-page presentation

20 minutes, about 2000 words

  • FRUIT: 20-page publication

About 4000 words

abstract outline for a conference presentation
Background

Purpose

Methodology

Anticipated Results / Results

ABSTRACT: outline for a conference presentation
a background
A. BACKGROUND
  • Relevance to call for papers
  • Attention getter
  • History of the problem
  • Introduction
  • Significance
  • Justifications
  • Delimitations
b purpose
B. PURPOSE
  • Topic / Thesis
  • Angle / Claim
  • Focus / Position
  • Research question
  • Specific area of interest
  • Unique contribution
c method
C. METHOD
  • Approach (quantitative, lexicographical, socio-linguistic, critical-theoretical, philological, historical . . . )
  • Layout (tables, charts, graphs . . . )
  • Plan (What I will do)
  • Tools (What I will use)
  • Data Base (What I will analyze)
  • Resources / References (Where I will look)
  • Steps (How I will proceed)
d results
D. RESULTS
  • (Anticipated) Findings
  • Conclusions
  • Evaluation
title topic focus
TITLE = Topic + Focus
  • Not too broad:

Religion in Poetry

  • Not too narrow:

The Meaning of the Anthroponym “Carlo” in a Poem by Emily Dickinson

  • Just right:

Fabrics of Faith in Emily Dickinson’s Personal Names

2 presentation
2. PRESENTATION
  • Keep the time limit
  • Speak instead of read
  • Use a visual aid
a time management
A. TIME MANAGEMENT
  • 5 minute talk = 2.5 double-spaced pages (panel discussion member)
  • 10 minute talk = 5 double-spaced pages (co-presenter)
  • 20 minute talk = 10 double-spaced pages (concurrent session single speaker)
  • 40 minute talk = 20 double-spaced pages (keynote speaker)
b extemporaneous speech
B. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEECH
  • Outline of selected key points
  • Eye Contact
  • Relaxed smiling persona
  • Project voice or use the microphone
c visual aid
C. VISUAL AID
  • One-page doubled-sided handout with highlights and contact information
  • Overhead transparencies
  • Charts and tables
  • Numbered data set list
  • Video/audio segment
  • Power-point presentation
3 publication
3. PUBLICATION
  • Reading-Writing Connections
  • Audience Awareness
  • Writing Process
  • Classical Discourse
  • P-I-E Paragraph System
a readers writers
A. READERS ~ WRITERS
  • Good readers ~ good writers
  • Good readers ~ poor writers
  • Poor readers ~ poor writers
  • Poor readers can NOT be good writers
b audience awareness
B. AUDIENCE AWARENESS
  • Reader-based vs. writer-based prose
  • Write the kind of paper you would like to read
  • Use a first-person, direct, active-voice style
  • Transitions: link before you leap
  • Style-guide conventions
  • Proof-read, spell check
  • Maintain a tone of respect
c writing process
Brainstorming for topic

Review of literature

Computer searches

Free-writing

Abstract

Drafting

Peer-review

Presentation

Revising

Editing

Proof-reading

Submission

Waiting

Feedback

Sharing!

C. WRITING PROCESS
d classical discourse
Exordium

(begin to weave)

Narratio

(history)

Propositio

(thesis, focus)

Divisio

(forecast)

Confirmatio

(arguments)

Refutatio

(concession, counter-arguments)

Digressio

(curve ball)

Peroratio

(call to action)

D. CLASSICAL DISCOURSE
e paragraph structure
E. PARAGRAPH STRUCTURE
  • Point: topic sentence, sub-point from forecast
  • Illustration: specific example, explanation, quotation, support, table, chart
  • Evaluation: relation to thesis or topic, transition to next sub-point
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WRITING AS SERVICE:WRITING AS GARDENING Writing, presenting, and publishing research is a meaningful act of community service. Rather than thinking of composition as a painful duty, we can think of writing as a way as sharing and mentoring others. Abstracts are like seeds, conference presentations are like blossoms, and publications are like delicious fruits. Through writing, we can gather in a harvest of knowledge, truth, wisdom, light, and love.

publications popping up in my cv
Publications Popping Up in My CV
  • I looked into Google and what did I see?
  • Lots of people quoting little ol’ me.
  • Google brought me such a nice surprise!
  • Publications right before my eyes!
  • I can cut and paste them in my CV!
  • Citations for productivity!
  • I really love to share knowledge, truth, and light.
  • Life-long service happens when we write!
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