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Web address: Journal of Academic Writing


Vol. 6 No 1 Autumn 2016,
pages 134
-
144
http://dx.doi.org/10.18552/joaw.v6i1.288

TRANSITION SIGNALS
TRANSITION SIGNALS CLASSIFY
Introduction Giving examples
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Such as
Paragraph 2 Listing ideas in time order
Second

Inclusion criteria Adding information


Paragraph 1
In addition
Reported Benefits of Wiki Use for Additing information
Writing
Paragraph 1
Also
Flexibility Giving examples
Paragraph 1
As an example
Common, convenient resource Adding information
Paragraph 1
In addition
Added visible evidence Adding information
Paragraph 1
Similarly
Collaboration Adding information
Paragraph 1
Moreover
Additionally
New skills Adding information
Paragraph 1
Also

Considerations of Wiki Use for Addiing information


Collaborative Writing
Paragraph 1
In addition
moreover
Increased workload Includes
paragraph 1
first

Limited editing features Includes and adding information


paragraph 1
second
similarry
Type of Collaboration Adding information
paragraph 1
moreover

Assignment parameters Classifying


paragraph 1
includes

Suggested Ways to Use Wikis to Adding information


Support Academic Writing
Paragraph 1
Also
Preparation and support Giving a result
Paragraph 1
Therefore

Building up to collaboration Summarizing


Paragraph 1
In summary

Clear guidelines and expectations Contrasting


Paragraph 1
Conversely

Conclusion Summarizing
Paragraph 1
To conclude

INDEPENDENT CLAUSES
1. Yet a number of challenges and Because the sentences have one
conflicting views arise from independent clauses
research on writing with wikis.
2. The article begins by describing Because the sentences have one
reported benefits of wiki use from independent clauses
a number of studies in a variety of
higher education contexts where
wikis were used to promote
writing
3. Academic Search Premier Because the sentences have one
(EBSCO) and Google Scholar independent clauses
4. In reality, no method or tool is Because the sentences have one
likely to result in a completely independent clauses
positive or negative learning
experience and, as Chao and Lo
stated, the use of wikis alone
cannot make collaborative
5. Just as writing itself is multi- Because the sentences have one
faceted, so are the ways in which independent clauses
instructors use wikis in the writing
process.
6. Using a wiki, undergraduate Because the sentences have one
writers produced and submitted independent clauses
articles for an e-journal to
showcase student writing
7. According to findings reported in Because the sentences have one
several of the studies consulted, independent clauses
wikis can be a convenient tool
offering a centralized space to
carry out group writing.
8. Findings from these studies Because the sentences have one
highlight that wikis can be used to independent clauses
improve both the quality and
quantity of collaboration in
academic writing
9. A final benefit reported by both Because the sentences have one
instructors and learners was the independent clauses
acquisition of new skills and the
blurring of roles that working in a
wiki engendered
10. An additional factor to consider Because the sentences have one
with using wikis relates to the independent clauses
quality and quantity of
collaboration envisioned by the
instructor.

DEPENDENT CLAUSES

1. In sum, writing instructors may Because not a complete sentence


want to consider that even though
the purpose of an activity focuses
on peer review and negotiated
meaning, collaboration may occur
on a more superficial level.

2. In the Sura (2015) study, the Because not a complete sentence


length of the wiki writing project
was the main issue leading to
learner dissatisfaction.
3. Evidence from studies reported Because not a complete sentence
above demonstrates that, as in
many types of activities, there are
both potential benefits and
potential drawbacks to using a
wiki as a space for academic
writing.
4. Therefore, ample practice with the Because not a complete sentence
tool and adequate technical support
for both students and teachers are
effective practices to facilitate
writing skill development using a
wiki.

5. Gradually building up to more Because not a complete sentence


cognitively demanding exchanges
to negotiate meaning and produce
a common text using a wiki may
lead to improved outcomes.
6. Thus, building up to collaboration Because not a complete sentence
is suggested as a way to lay the
foundation for more productive
subsequent collaborative writing
experiences.

7. Lastly, a synthesis of research- Because not a complete sentence


based suggestions for best
practices for wiki use, namely the
need for clearly-designed activities
with explicit instructions
8. The wiki tool also presents new Because not a complete sentence
challenges for writing which ask
us to rethink our relationships with
collaboration, intellectual
property, and the myth of the
'author.
9. Evidence suggests wikis to be Because not a complete sentence
flexible tools which may improve
collaboration and provide students
with new skills
10. The article concludes by inviting Because not a complete sentence
instructors to weigh the evidence to
determine whether writing in a wiki
could be added as a learning tool in
their teaching context.

SIMPLE SENTENCE

1. Evidence suggests wikis to be Because has one independent clause


flexible
2. wiki into an academic writing Because has one independent clause
course
3. This article provides evidence Because has one independent clause
revealing both the potential of
wikis to foster collaborative
writing
4. Wikis are one of the many tools Because has one independent clause
under the umbrella of Web 2.0
technologies
5. The article begins by describing Because has one independent clause
reported benefits of wiki
6. The studies included do not Because has one independent clause
constitute an exhaustive review of
the literature
7. Just as writing itself is multi- Because has one independent clause
faceted
8. Donelan and Williams (2014) and Because has one independent clause
Ma and Yuen (2008) noted that
even first-time

COMPOUND SENTENCES
1. Moreover, several studies Because has two independent clause
reported improved collaboration joined by a coordinating
where students editing peers conjuction,conjuctive adverb,semicolon
contributions made both form-
related and meaning-related
changes in wiki
2. For instance; findings from Because has two independent clause
groups using a wiki to create a joined by a coordinating
collaborative literature review conjuction,conjuctive adverb,semicolon
reported overall
3. participation in the writing Because has two independent clause
process for both students; and joined by a coordinating,conjuction
instructors conjuctive adverb,semicolon
4. when instructions for an activity Because has two independent clause
are unclear or when the joined by a
parameters of an activity appear coordinating,conjuction,conjuctive
incongruent with the learners adverb semicolon
perceived needs.
5. Moreover, the higher-level Because has two independent clause
negotiation of meaning hoped for joined by a coordinating
by instructors often failed to conjuction,conjuctive adverb semicolon
materialize in writing in the wiki
space
6. However, the required activities Because has two independent clause
and interactions were joined by a
accomplished well before the end coordinating,conjuction,conjuctive
of the term, leading students to adverb semicolon
lose interest in the project overall

7. There are, however, evidence- Because has two independent joined by a


based approaches and tangible coordinating conjuction conjuctive
strategies described in the adverb semicolon
following section which can
provide a foundation for
productive activities using wikis.
COMPLEX SENTENCES
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wiki may be broadly familiar to conjuction or a relative pronoun
students from the online
encyclopedia Wikipedia,
2. Gradually building up to more Because headed by a subordinating
cognitively demanding exchanges conjuction or a relative pronoun
to negotiate meaning and produce
a common text
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sessional English for Academic conjuction or a relative pronoun
Purposes courses
4. Ma and Yuen (2008) also Because headed by a subordinating
proposed gradually increasing the conjuction or a relative pronoun
cognitive demands of writing in
wikis to address perceptions of
ownership
5. Wikis can be a potentially Because headed by a subordinating
powerful tool for expression, conjuction or a relative pronoun
cooperation, and collaboration
and can successfully mediate
learners revision behavior, and
finally, writing performance
6. Using an online wiki tool for Because headed by a subordinating
collaborative writing can allow conjuction or a relative pronoun
each student to become involved
in, and contribute ideas and
information

COMPLEX-COMPOUND SENTENCES

1. students to practice academic Because joined to one or more dependent


writing clauses
2. The third part of the article Because joined to one or more dependent
provides a summary of evidence- clauses
based best practices which can
lay the foundation for the
effective
3. In reality, no method or tool is Because joined to one or more dependent
likely to result in a completely clauses
positive or negative learning
experience and, as Chao and Lo
stated
4. Also, although a wiki is generally Becauses joined to one or more
not an effective tool to use for dependent clauses
discussion, it can be a useful tool
for less linear interaction and for
collaboration
5. The articles were given feedback Because joined to one or more dependent
by graduate students in the role of clauses
the editorial advisory board
allowing learners of both levels to
apply writing skills appropriate to
their level.