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Agora você conta com um assistente de leitura, o chatGPT responde suas perguntas sobre a postagem que está lendo. Somente abra o chat abaixo e faça perguntas!

Testing a new academic writing assistant



There are several styles of abstracts. One of the is the Indicative (descriptive): Like a table of contents, it lists topics but does not state what is said about them.


Lear more in: Gastel, B., & Day, R. A. (2016). How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper, 8th Edition. ABC-CLIO.


Abstract with details, which can also be a brainstorm.


"In this article we summarize and discuss the literature on teaching scientific

writing. Although we focus mainly on articles in peer-reviewed journals, we

also draw on material in professionally oriented magazines and newsletters

and in books. First we describe methods used for the literature review, including

databases searched, keywords used, and languages and dates included.

Then we present information on the history of teaching scientific writing and

on instructional designs reported, including single sessions, intensive short

courses, and semester-long courses; examples of instruction at specific institutions

and under other auspices are noted. Also addressed are the teaching of

English-language scientific writing to non-native users of English, the use of

distance instruction in teaching scientific writing, issues in scientific-writing

instruction, and current trends in the field. Finally, we identify topics on which

further research appears advisable. Supplementary materials include annotated

lists of textbooks and websites useful in teaching scientific writing."



Final result using this AI assistant:



This article provides a comprehensive overview of the literature on teaching scientific writing. It includes details on the methods used for the literature review and information on the history of teaching scientific writing, instructional designs, teaching of English-language scientific writing to non-native users, the use of distance instruction, issues in scientific-writing instruction, current trends in the field, and suggestions for further research. Supplementary materials such as annotated lists of textbooks and websites useful in teaching scientific writing are also included.



 


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