ELI 83: ACADEMIC WRITING REVIEW This "test" was designed to see if you can apply what you've learned from the AWG textbook and apply it to an article in your field. Complete the following questions. Then turn in this sheet along with your article. TYPE OF ARTICLE Is this a research article? If not, what kind of article is it? (Summary, book review, critique, essay) TITLE How many words are in your article's title? Make a rule for punctuation for titles based on this article's title. Does the title: Indicate the topic of the study? Indicate the scope or range of the study? Seem self-explanatory? Indicate the nature of the study (case study, experiment, survey) Would the title attract your attention as a reader? Yes No If the title uses a colon, what function does it perform? (problem: solution; general: specific; topic: method) ABSTRACT Does your article have an abstract? If so, is the abstract "results driven" or is it a "RP summary"? What verb tenses are used in the abstract? Which tense is the most commonly used? INTRODUCTION On the article, label where you think "Moves 1,2,3" are in the introduction. (p. 175) Move 1: Establish research territory—literature review; Move 2: Establish your area of interest—show gap or what's missing; Move 3: Outline purpose of study) ORGANIZATION What are the major heading or sections of this article? Do they fit the IMRD format? Which section is the longest? Is there a results section? If so, how is data presented? (In text, graphs, tables, etc.) Are there discussion or conclusion sections? If so, label where you think "Moves 1,2,3" are for the discussion section. (See. pg. 196) Move 1: Summarize main points/results of research Move 2: Give limitations of your study Move 3: Identify useful areas for future research REFERENCES Is there a reference list? What citation format does it use?