Problem solving, Final editing and recent recommendations...

Problem Solving

So, in order to build a logically coherent, coherent and capacious proposal, it is necessary to have its "skeleton", i.e. construction without parts, and a set of parts that are attached to this frame. If the part is not from this frame, it will be difficult to attach it, which means it is not necessary. Too many details can not be used either, since the frame can not withstand them (the live sentence will resemble a creature from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" overgrown with shells and sprouts). Thus, we get the model for assembly - the nuclear structure, most often expressed through the standard model "subject, verb and object".

Let's start with the allocation of such nuclear structures in literate offers.

Final revision and recent recommendations

The work done by us in this part of the textbook completely covers those moments that should be monitored and edited in the scientific and academic text. Nevertheless, it is worthwhile to give some more recommendations concerning the final editing.

Discussing the organization of the writing process at the beginning of Part II, we paid attention to two stages that complete the work on the text: the first is to read and critically evaluate the text, rewriting not entirely successful places, and the second - to subtract the text carefully, correcting inaccuracies and correcting details .

The first stage refers to the language of the text as a whole, i.e. allows to identify shortcomings in how the focus is expressed and the text is organized. Perhaps, some paragraph does not take its place, somewhere there is not enough communication, or logical transitions are not clearly expressed. This editing is the most difficult, because to tear out a piece from the coherent text and "implant" it to another

the place of the text is difficult technically, and it is difficult psychologically to wrest and throw it away. The text is not just your product, it is the fruit of your hard work, and every element of it is dear to you. To cut it or to rule, it is necessary to cool (more precisely, somewhat cool to it), because "hot on the trail" you are nothing new, inaccurate or foreign in it you will not see. Postpone the text for a week or at least a couple of days, and read it open-mindedly. Of course, it's even better to show it to two critics - then there's no need to wait.

The second stage can be called polishing. The building is erected, its finish is finished, garbage is taken out, however the master, who is happy for the presentation of his product, will always pass through all the premises and meticulously, with the eyes of the receiving side, will check every detail. Somewhere, he will see not completely screwed up the screw, somewhere - not exactly exactly fixed skirting. Reading out the text, you will find something similar. Possessing the knowledge obtained in this tutorial, you will not pass by such like and not mistakes & quot ;. The main thing is that you will read the text through the eyes of your reader, or even better - through the eyes of a conscientious, responsible producer for your product. No one except you, does not know exactly where you can see this little "bluff". It's better to fix it with your own hand before others notice it.

These two stages of editing can be compared with the minimum and maximum checks, which were discussed in the chapter devoted to academic literacy of the text. Each of these types of proofreading or self-checking has its own task, therefore it is necessary to produce each of them separately, at first the minimal form (first) and then the maximum one (the second one).

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