While Graff views this as an unavoidable contamination of “pure” reading, I believe this can also be viewed as a unique perspective that could be lost by an introduction to literary theory. Therefore, “pure” reading could be considered reading without the knowledge of literary theory because if one is unaware of the questions and perspectives that they bring to the text, they will be more likely to have their own ideas about a
To not be reminded of the author 's role, allows the reader to view the narrative as fact when in actuality the author’s observation and interpretation separate the reader from the truth. Observation is often taken for granted as an ethnographer 's view and understanding is changed depending on the perspective he uses. Had he placed himself in the story, as he did in Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight, the reader would have a clearer understanding of what information to believe or to question - as they would have insight into the characters recounting the story to him. Posing all information as fact gives the reader a false sense of security that Geertz is both a reliable narrator and has interpreted his observations without bias. While his approach to ethnography provides the reader with a coherent narrative, it neglects to show how the information was gathered or an evaluation of the reliability of the sources.
The supporters of this approach argue if the author has correctly understood and interpreted the principles of Jung 's theory regarding the personality nature. If her perception of Jung 's ideas was mistaken, then the whole methodology on which the identification of personality types is based would be considered unsound. The opponents of Myer 's ideas state that even Jung himself realized that his typology functions while applying to particular individuals. Besides, many would consider the claims and the explanations provided by Myer in her book as too vague and the ones that could be used referring to anyone. One more point for critics is the simple way of the presentation of information in the book.
His main point that finds reflection throughout the whole article is that the grammar rules have to be based on how people actually use the language units rather than on definite dialect, even if it is chosen by scientists. According to the author, the grammar rules that many pedants raise to show the ignorance of others are often only stylistic recommendations that tend to be appropriate for definite context only. Oliver Kamm believes that the language should be a means for establishing the understanding among people rather than expressing one's snobbish ideas. With regard to this, he claims that the conventional rules are necessary, but they should not become the reason for
By giving a quick glance at some article that plagiarism happened in it, one most common reason for it is the use of another researcher’s voice or style in writing in your own research paper. One way to avoid it is you use your writing style include your thoughts and words to support your research. Remember, if you plagiarize and use another author’s writing style, you will not learn to writing in your style. As noted at the beginning, plagiarism is purposely using another person’s writing as your own writing, so surely another reason is that researcher is not aware of what is
Considering the content and the selected audience, one would expect the article to be formally written. The author does not fulfil this expectation. The article is introduced with an informal statement: “Let’s not get so obsessed…” Reiterating the scientific content of the article, the opening statement would suggest otherwise. Furthermore, the author personalizes the article in this instance with the use of the first person perspective, but is not consistent with this. The writer goes on to comment on Tameles findings by stating “To be fair…” This is a colloquial expression that aims to clarify an argument put forth by Tameles.
However, this skill might be considered the most complex to acquire and teachers play a key role in guiding students through this process. Effective writing instructions, ways of assessing and feedback may be of paramount importance. This research paper purports to expose the diverse methods instructors may employ to assess students’ written work and explore whether one is more effective than others. Why is assessment important? Many teachers may consider assessment convenient for the sake of record- keeping of the students’ accomplishments, gained skills and grades.
Writing a research article is an integral activity. Special forms of academic writing are the central part of every Thing . Students need to gain fluency in writing an English to develop their learning . So one of the most significant element in writing that learners must employ is stance (Hyland 2013). Learners should be able to understand and describe the factors of stance marking.
Academic writing refers to a style of expression that researches use to define the intellectual boundaries of their disciplines and their specific arrears of expertise. Features of academic writing include a precise word choose, a formal tone, a clear focus on their research problem under investigation. Like any other profession such as law, academic writing is designed to convey agreed meaning about complex ideas for a group of scholarly experts. (A) Critical thinking Academic writing addresses complex issues that require high order thinking skills. For example a good teacher needs to have an attribute of explaining complex ideas in a way that is understandable and relatable to the topic being presented.
Learning English can be meaningless to certain people in Malaysia. This is because they have set their mindset that learning English would not guarantee a promising future. Typical Malaysians are in an agreement that those who are taking science stream will have better job opportunities while those that are from art stream might not have a bright future. According to New Straits Times, many graduates are not employed due to their lack of proficiency in English when it comes to speaking. Therefore, Malaysians should be open-minded and enhance their cognitive skills to embrace English language as their second language.