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How to Structure a Scientific Article: A Guide
If someone were to ask you what are the important aspects of writing a scientific article, how would you respond? What points would you choose? Inevitably somewhere on your list is how to structure the scientific article. Certain things have to go in certain places. If they don’t, the article becomes confusing and readers stop…
How to Structure a Scientific Article: LDR
Crafting a well-structured scientific article is essential for effectively communicating your research findings. Clear structure not only guides your reader through your thought processes but also helps to highlight the importance and impact of your work. There are several models you can follow when structuring your article, each with its strengths and suitable applications. One…
How to Structure a Scientific Article: OCAR
One of the core methods used to structure scientific articles is OCAR – an acronym that stands for Opening, Challenge, Action, and Resolution. It provides a clear and logical framework for presenting your research, helping to ensure readers understand and appreciate your work. An easy way to think about OCAR is to think of a…
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Hello! Welcome to TeachTranslateTravelRepeat. My name is Jamie. I’m a freelance German and Spanish to English translator from the UK. I am also currently taking a break from being a German and English lecturer/teacher while I learn Japanese intensively. I am currently based in Japan until (at least) October 2023. My passions include learning/teaching languages, translating, and travelling. This is what ultimately led me to create TeachTranslateTravelRepeat (TTTR). Read more