What am I arguing? Who am I arguing too? Questions of audience and purpose can arise while writing arguments. See what strategies these students and faculty use to keep their arguments clear and focused.
Margaret Wirth describes her experiences with having her mathematics students write. She chronicles both the good and the bad experiences, and how she was able to shape her assignments to have greater success in her students writing.
This handout outlines the different parts of a mathematics paper, such as the abstract, focus question, and the appendix.
This presentation outlines the different elements that go into an APA style paper, detailing important aspects such as a title page, abstract, and structural elements.
This is a sample version of a paper set up in proper APA format.
These are useful tools for making sense of an academic text, and being able to properly form them into academic writing. Examples of a dinner party and literature map help show how to have sources flow in academic writing.
This handout acts as an outline for structuring a case study. The handout also provides areas to write in an abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussions, and a conclusion.
This handout outlines the sections to cover in a grant proposal, such as; the cover letter, abstract, introduction, timeline, ect.