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Scientific Text Production

Code 13851
Year 2
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 4
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Arts and Humanities
Entry requirements It doesn´t have.
Mode of delivery Face-to-face.
Work placements Not applicable --
Learning outcomes With this course, we basically intended to provide students with a set of essential tools to the performance of any scientific work: Internship Report, Project Report, Master's Dissertation, Article or PhD Thesis.

Internship Report / Masters / PhD project, proposal elaboration in which the application of all the subjects taught during the semester is evident. The work should present a good structure, adequate methodology to the selected objectives, prior definition and applicability of the operative concepts handled, thematic relevance and clear and fluid written discourse, relay of the desirable linguistic proficiency.

Syllabus The written expression. Textual typologies and discursive genres. The scientific text: Academic work; Scientific article; Internship Report, Project Report, Master's Dissertation; PhD final thesis. Methods of bibliographic research, organization and management of the collected materials, reading sheets. Constitutive parts of the academic work (cover, indexes, abstract, keywords, introduction, assembly of the body of work, conclusion, bibliography, annexes, footnotes / text body, style norms). The Word, the sentence, the paragraph, the text. From the simple phrase to the complex phrase (constituents of the sentences). Complex Sentence: coordination and subordination. Evolution of the Portuguese language - Orthographic Agreement of the Portuguese Language of 1990. Treatment of common Portuguese language problems (punctuation, especially the placement of the comma, problems of spelling, difficulties in spelling, lexical creation and renewal).The oral expression.

Main Bibliography
Eco, Umberto (2010). Como se faz uma tese em ciências humanas. Lisboa: Editorial Presença.
Serafini, Maria Teresa (1991). Como se Faz um Trabalho Escolar. Lisboa: Editorial Presença.
Lapa, M. Rodrigues. (1983). Estilística da Língua Portuguesa. Coimbra: Coimbra Editora.
Bell, Judith (2004). Como Fazer um Projecto de Investigação. Lisboa: Gradiva.
Lakatos, Eva Maria, & Marconi, Marina de Andrade (1996). Fundamentos de Metodologia Científica. São Paulo: Editora Atlas.
Marconi, Marina de Andrade, & Lakatos, Eva Maria (1088). Técnicas de Pesquisa. São Paulo: Editora Atlas.
Pereira, Alexandre, & Poupa, Carlos (2004). Como Escrever uma Tese, monografia ou livro científico usando o Wodr. 3ª edição, Lisboa: Edições Sílabo.
Quivy, Raymond, & Campenhoudt, Luc Van (1992). Manual de Investigação em Ciências Sociais. Lisboa: Gradiva – Publicações, Lda.
During the semester, specific bibliography will be provided for each of the programmatic contents.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Classes aimed at the exposure and application of content: written exercises to apply knowledge; written and oral reflections from texts provided or indicated by the teacher about the programmatic topics addressed; orientation of the works.

Written work (16 values 80%) + presentation (2 values 10%): 18 values (16 + 2)
Attendance + Relevant participation in class: 2 values 10%
Minimum score for access to the exam period: 6 points.
Examination weight in the final classification: 100%.
Special Assessment (TE): according to the legislation in force.

Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-06-14

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