Academic Writing ANSWER KEY


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Academic English – Research and Communication in Science is a higher education
instructional course book for future researchers and practitioners in diverse scientific
disciplines. It clarifies the distinct characteristics of academic writing as it is used for
scientific communication and global knowledge dissemination.

The main objectives of the book are to:

  • Demystify the specific conventions prevalent in the academic context.
  • Emphasize the importance of identifying the audience and purpose.
  • Inform researchers about the ethical challenges involved in academic practices.
  • Analyze the structure and organization of academic texts.
  • Examine research papers and facilitate future researchers in creating clear and powerful texts.
  • Illustrate the benefits of reviewing previous literature for each topic of interest.
  • Demonstrate the format of workplace documents for successful professional communication.
  • Help future practitioners create meaningful and impactful presentations and speeches.
  • Facilitate the process of preparing research proposals to establish liaisons between science, technology, business, and society.

1 Fundamentals of Academic Writing
2 The Essence of Technical and Professional Communication
3 Audience and Purpose Analysis
4 Ethics and Social Responsibility
5 Critical Thinking and Reviewing
6 Organizing Your Information and Outlining
7 Conducting Research
8 Evaluating Sources
9 Public Speaking and Presentations
10 Formal Letters and CVs
11 Technical Definitions
12 The Research Paper
13 The Process of Making Hypotheses
14 Introductions and Conclusions
15 Titles and Abstracts
16 The Literature Review
17 Citations and References
18 Research Proposals
19 Research Paper Analysis


Ριζοπούλου Παναγιώτα (Νόνη)

Noni Rizopoulou is an EAP/ESP instructor at the Department of Computer Science, University of Crete. She is the developer and moderator of both undergraduate and graduate courses in Academic and Technical English for Computer Science.

Her academic interests include Scientific Communication and Research, Disruptive
Technologies for Innovation, Ethical Practices in Technology and Industry, and the
Art of Public Speaking.