For all those interested… Since one of my recent books (namely, “The Language of Science,” including the latest 2016 edition (already fourth:) is out of print and hard to come by, I’ve decided to give you at least some access to it.
My friends, here you’ll find the latest version of Chapters 1-3 and other useful materials from the textbook.
Besides, here you can find my lectures’ handouts (plus additional handouts).
Hope this helps:)
My Textbook Materials:
MODULES 1-4 LECTURES’ HANDOUT – newly revised, edited, and updated.
The actual lectures cover much, much more!
see also: great material on CONVERSATION STARTERS (“icebreakers”)
VERY IMPORTANT! ON PLAGIARISM: WHAT IT IS, HOW TO AVOID IT
OTHER RELEVANT MATERIALS:
MICASE Spoken Academic English Formulas
Some of my Articles on Writing Essays, Clear Writing and Etiquette
Basic Essays’ Topics (various types of essays
Sample Essays (written by Natalie Kramar, MI2, and myself:)
Great Material on Writing Literature Reviews
And here are some useful links on the issues discussed during our “rump session,” so to speak:), right after the lectures:
On Conference Abstracts (про тези доповідей на конференціях)
Writing Literature Reviews (про критичний огляд літератури)
My Example of a Book Review рецензія на книгу (мій приклад)
The Cornell Notes Method – a Useful Skill
Research Tips from the University at Buffalo:
Harvard College Writing Center
Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab) https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
University of Leicester Writing Resources http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/ld/resources/writing/writing-resources/science
Writing Text for Research Posters https://doctoralwriting.wordpress.com/2017/04/27/writing-text-for-research-posters/#more-1786
MIT OPENCOURSEWARE https://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org
TED talks https://www.ted.com/