Writing is the key priority and the need of utmost importance for all would-be scientists. Science demands not just writing, but good writing. It presupposes the skills to communicate ideas, theories and findings as efficiently and clearly as possible. Science lives and dies by how it is represented in print and a printed material is the final product of scientific endeavour. The primary goal of this course is to prepare master students for wiring, editing, and defending a Master Thesis.
This course is designed to explain how to write chapters of their Thesis through practical examples of good writing taken from the authentic linguistic environment. The course teaches how to overcome certain typical problems in writing a text of a thesis and abounds in useful linguistic assistance. Feedback on students’ texts will constitute the major part of the course.