A NEW TURN AT PARAPHRASE WRITING

Hassan Fartousi

Abstract


This work, A New Turn at Paragraph Writing, seems a novel academic attempt. It in particular has been written for international school, college and university students who either struggle with writing or crave to (re)learn writing through short and easy ways. This work in general targets the English language seekers as well. The present work differs at least from some other writing books as enclosed in the bibliography. It holds a diverse perspective (if not better). It is featured with briefness, clarity, and simplicity. It in plain English trains students on how to develop paraphrases. The current script in other words, is an instructional endeavor to concentrate on the academic aspect of writing which as such deals with the way an acceptable paraphrase comes to existence. In effect, students might gain the benefits of being able to (i) skim a text or lecture note, (ii) identify the most important components of a text or paragraph such as the main idea, supporting points, and conclusion, (iii) create their own paraphrase using others’ ideas and information, (iv) credit the authors of the sources they use properly, and (v) develop the literature reviews of their own proposals and theses.


Keywords


instructional, communication, literature review, paragraph, writing, script, paraphrase

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