Hello Dr. Hale and my esteemed classmates, As potential researchers writing is o
Hello Dr. Hale and my esteemed classmates, As potential researchers writing is one of the tools of the trade. El-Masri (2017) stated that it's an art to write for publication. It takes vivid meticulous storytelling that comprehensively delivers the message about your research. As a writer, you must convince others about your work's importance not just to you but to them. This takes a certain skill that through practice, experience, and the help of the appropriate mentors can be refined and developed. This skill and art are called writing, when it comes to preparing scientific research, it becomes immensely important. The research writer must-have, not only the skills to write about the subject but must also possess knowledge of the process involved in research as well (El Mashri, 2017). Nazar & Reza (2019) stated that while the English for academic purposes (EAP) program can instill certain amount of competence in students these the books published and taught are not always specific as far as disciplines are concerned. One structural framework that may be included, in these programs is Introduction – Method Result-Discussion or (IMRD), this framework shows a particular obsession with books and courses, other than that the courses involve several disciplines which are inclusive of a host of frameworks and general rules (Nazar & Reza, 2019). However, El-Masri (2017) stated, the paper is written must contain five primary parts a background usually called an introduction, discussion, results, conclusion, and methods they are not normally in that order. To meet the appropriate expectations of writing research articles (RAs), a novice researcher must show these competencies or the community they are writing for will treat them as though they don’t belong (Nazar & Reza, 2017). First, the intended journal the researcher plans to write for. Reading and following the guidelines set out in that journal will help to keep the researcher from having to make unnecessary revisions later. Wee & Bannister (2016) stated authors are given expectations, guidance, and scope in journals and some of those journals may have an allotted word maximum. Some authors may have a challenging time being able to stay within that maximum even for a literature review paper (LRP) (Wee & Bannister, 2016). After an author has sufficiently read the journal, this will ensure that certain requirements of the journal are met (El-Masri, 2017). The requirements and/or competencies include literary proficiency of the subject matter should be demonstrated (Nazar & Reza, 2019). Make sure your sentences are well linked together, concise, and clear when drafting the paper. All paragraphs should demonstrate a logical flow of the ideas that are being articulated (El-Masri, 2017). Try to discern anything that may not be comprehended in the support literature even a beginning scholar or graduate student will find deciphering some of the complex research languages within the variety of disciplines out there worthwhile (Nazar & Reza, 2019). In an earlier publication, Schredi (2013) stated that a literature review is especially important, and currently, it doesn’t appear as though that importance has not changed in today’s current research. Furthermore, as an academic writer, a researcher should only use quality support articles that should be present in your literature review. Liao & Hitchcock (2018) stated that the evaluation of research quality is especially important. Professional organizations require the inference from known facts as well as the establishment of evidence within the literature. Scholarly articles are the best articles because they are often recognized in the field. Most research papers require peer-reviewed or scholarly articles from journals (Scholarly, 2021). Sasson et al., (2019) stated that peer-reviewed articles have three major categories. As far as academic journals are concerned, they are Literature reviews, Theory articles, and Empirical studies. This researcher feels that these criteria should be adhered to. References El-Masri, M. M. (2017). Preparing a publishable research manuscript: Practical Guidelines. Canadian Nurse, 113(6), 20–23. Liao, H., & Hitchcock, J. (2018). Reported credibility techniques in higher education evaluation studies that use qualitative methods: A research synthesis. Evaluation and Program Planning, 68, 157–165. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2018.03.005 Nazar Ali Harati, & Reza Mobashshernia. (2019). On generic macro-structure of empirical research articles: A management discourse community perspective. International Journal of English Language and Translation Studies, 07(03), 47–58. Sasson, A., Okojie, O., Verano, R., Moshiri, M., Patlas, M. N., Hoffmann, J. C., Hines, J. J., & Katz, D. S. (2021). How to read, write, and review the imaging literature. Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology, 50(2), 109–114. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1067/j.cpradiol.2020.01.002 Scholarly vs Popular Sources (2021)Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning. https://poorvucenter.yale.edu/undergraduates/using-sources/principles-citing-sources/scholarly-vs-popular-sources Wee, B. V., & Banister, D. (2016). How to write a Literature Review paper? 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