Research Writing Across the Discipline

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Research Writing Across the Discipline

I. Targets and Objectives

The learners are expected to:
a. determine the purpose of research writing across discipline; b. discuss the process of making a research writing;
c. distinguish the fields of research writing across discipline; and d. know the concept and principles of research writing across discipline;

II. Topic and Subject Matter

A. definition of research writing
B. purpose of research writing across discipline
C. process of making a research writing
D. fields of research writing across discipline
a. Research Writing in Science and Technology
b. Research Writing in Business
c. Research Writing in Social Science
d. Research Writing in Humanities
E. Principle of Research Writing Across Discipline

III. References
Pablo, Eracem A.(2203). Effective Writing Across Discipline, Quezon City; Lorimar Pub. Co., Inc., pp 86-103. http://megdherzing.wordpress.com/2010/01/25/blog-1-what-is-research-writing-what-does-it-mean-to-be-a-research-writer-how-are-research-questions-developed/ http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2012/11/13/3631719.htm http://www2.lse.ac.uk/government/research/resgroups/MSU/MSU%20home.aspx http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/671/1/

http://writing.umn.edu/tww/course_design/WAC_WID.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Writing_Across_the_Curriculum
http://writing2.richmond.edu/writing/wweb/english/process.html http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/presentations_abstracts_examples.html

IV. Procedures and Strategies

V. Discussion of contents

A. Define Research Writing
What is Research Writing?
It is the systematic investigation into and study of materials while marking the important words, sentence or paragraph into a paper to make a establish facts and new conclusions.

Example:

Abstract Research is an example of a Research Writing.
“Blind Construction: Mixed Media”
Diana Dewi, Jennifer Kittleson, and Wendy Hagedorn (Mentor),
Apparel and Textile Design
The basis of this project was to create a garment using mixed media in order to mimic the human body. The materials we used to create this piece include: buckram, copper wire, spray paint, fabric paint, a variety of novelty fabrics, and chains.  The techniques we created in order to manipulate the piece include: fabric branding and burning, grid painting, sewing, draping, molding buckram, and coiling.  Our overall approach was to create a theatrical wearable art piece. Upon completion of the assignment we found the piece aesthetically pleasing because of the way it molds to the human body, but can be a piece all on its own. B. Purpose of research writing across the discipline

To observe the concepts, principles, and conventions to be applied when you write a research paper in your particularly discipline and to help the student to be prepared in a well-written research paper.

C. Process of making a Research Writing

a. Choosing an Area of Focus
One of the most important steps in the process of writing a research paper for the English discipline is choosing an interesting, engaging topic. An instructor may offer students a range of topics from which to choose or allow students to choose their own areas of focus. If the teacher does provide a list of possible topics, students may respond by feeling either reassured or stifled by the narrowed topic choices. If you find yourself feeling stifled or have a specific interest in another topic not listed, approach your teacher and express your reservations. He or she may very likely allow you to investigate a topic not on the list. If the instructor does not offer a list of topics and you are having difficulty choosing your own, consider adressing the teacher for more guidance. Most importantly, take your time and don't feel rushed to choose a specific topic. * Your choice of topic will influence both the effort you...
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