The odd is the heart and soul of the paper, and it must support the moral of the story. The conclusion is supposed to summarize the entire paper and paraphrase the thesis again, then illustrate the solution to the topic. The characteristics that best accomplish the general purpose Of academic writing are: deductive reasoning, argument and persuasion, exposition, description, and for it to be written in PAP format. In deductive reasoning the conclusion is presented chronologically.
To do this easily the solution needs to be narrowed down to where only the conclusion is left as if it were the only Seibel answer.An example of deductive reasoning- Every day, leave for work in my car at eight o’clock. Every day, the drive to work takes 45 minutes and I arrive to work on time. Therefore if leave for work at eight o’clock today, I will be on time (Ashley Grossman). In the first sentence the premise is that the person leaves for work at eight, then it takes 45 minutes to arrive on time. Then the conclusion, which is the narrowed down solution, the person should leave at eight to arrive on time for work. Argument and persuasion are two characteristics of academic writing.
Both have relevant values of the epic so it is clear to the audience what the paper is debating or influencing. Also this is where the facts are presented to support the cause of the paper. The facts should include the researched information from trusted sources, journal articles, or other academic fields. The order in which the facts are displayed are also important. They should be shown in like rising actions leading up to the climax to create an influence over the audience. If all of these steps are done, than the conclusion should be seem like the only answer to the audience.Exposition is used in academic writing in order to explain something.
Expository writing should answer common questions like; “what is the purpose? What does it resemble? Why is it important? ‘ All of these questions should be answered in expository writing. The definition of the topic should be presented, and explanations of the definition shown as well. This way the audience knows all aspects of the topic. Last but not least, description makes the difference between a typical and an enjoyable paper. Description is supposed to be detailed enough where the reader can create an image inside their head.The reader will become more interested and feel eke they are actually engaged in the story when good description is used. It is a common expression for readers to say the book is better than the movie.
This is because the description made the reader picture it different than how the movie portrayed it. Journal articles should be true examples of academic writing. First off,  “journal articles are the foundation of academic research and professional knowledge because they present information in a clear, concise fashion with a high level of credibility.In regards to credibility, peer reviewed journals are held to a far higher standard than other publications. Review boards ensure all peer reviewed journals follow a scholarly format and adhere to the highest levels of academic scholarship. ” Because of the distinguishing detail that is essential in scientific journal articles, other scientists that work in the same field can use the journal articles for future reference on their research. Also since these journals have been peer reviewed it makes scientist trust the information even further.
Journal articles are not just written by one man, but hold ideas and theories from multiple professional scientist all in the same field. Having multiple professionals infirm that the research is correct then allows it to become a valid source of information. For all of this to be true there is a particular way to write journal articles and be written in PAP format. The most important section of writing a journal article is the abstract. This is a precise summary of all major findings of the article.It is best to write the abstract after the entire article is finished so that all the main ideas can easily be expressed. The abstract should also include at least one sentence that sums up each section of the journal.
The abstract is its own short paper, and t does not move on into the introduction of the journal article. The introduction must describe what the paper is going to consist of. It needs to clarify to the audience what the purpose is, and why it is important. The introduction needs to be interesting to really grasp the reader’s attention.Also a brief foreshadowing of the conclusion needs to be present in the introduction. The next segment in a journal article is the method section. The method section should be very detailed because description is key in this section of a journal article.
This is where the conclusion can be seen. Anyone in the same field should be able to replicate the results by reading this section of the article. Results and discussion is the “meat” of the paper. The results of the paper should describe the outcome and use information from the methods section to back-up the outcome.Every statement should have an explanation. The section should describe how the result was concluded and why it is the most reasonable answer. The results should also have the consequences of the outcome.
This sections needs to make all possible outcomes to be narrowed down to the conclusion or solution by using deductive reasoning. The last part of all writings should be the conclusion. The conclusion should summarize what the paper discovered and state the importance Of the discovery. It should also include why or how this could benefit or harm the suggested reader.The conclusion needs to persuade the audience that the solution found was the right solution over other theories. This section might also include suggestions for improvement for other scientist to fix, or even suggestions for future research. In every section of a journal article, at least one characteristic of academic writing is being used.
The abstract is a summary over the entire article and uses all characteristics of academic writing. Exposition is used in the introduction by explain the purpose of the article, also describing the importance of it to draw the attention of the audience.Description was heavily used in the methods section. Every step of the process must have been recorded precisely and written in the journal in chronological order. Deductive reasoning is used in the results and discussion. The result was narrowed down to the final reasonable solution, backed up by the information discovered in the methods section. Argument and persuasion was used in the conclusion to persuade the reader that the final solution was the only practical solution.
Or the conclusion could argue why the solution was more improved than the solution to the problem before.