ACADEMIC WRITING - PRINCIPLES OF PREPARATION OF WRITTEN MATERIALS
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Lalka Borisova: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL, BOTEVGRAD
Economics and Management, 2015, vol. 11, issue 2, 122-129
The actuality of the topic of the article is indisputable. The academic style used by students in different written assignments. The used vocabulary is consistent with the norms of the Bulgarian language and faces the requirements of various written forms. Most often students write term papers as of independent studies written in the form of essays, reports, case studies. Each teacher sets mandatory technical requirements for the design according to the nature of the discipline. Therefore, the success of any course work depends on the requirements set by the teacher/lecturer. These requirements, in turn, are directly related to the studied material, because the goal is students to demonstrate what they have learned during and from the corresponding course. In the framework of each subject students, pass different courses, which require use of various methodologies for technical arrangement. The purpose of this article is to help students by providing specific rules and requirements for the design of written assignments. This fact automatically leads to the second advantage of the writing - a thorough preparation.
Keywords: principles; written forms; rules; academic style. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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