Huang National Taiwan University email@example.com Hao-Chuan Wang National Tsing Hua University firstname.lastname@example.org Jane Yung-jen Hsu National Taiwan University email@example.com 2017.10.25 Yi-Ching (Janet) Huang
central topic. Four Key Elements of a Great Writing Element #1: Unity Element #2: Order Element #3: Coherence Element #4: Completeness All sentences in a paragraph should speak about one single idea or one main subject. Order refers to the way you organize your supporting sentences. Sentences within a paragraph need to connect to each other and work together as a whole. Completeness means a paragraph is well-developed.
Using no irrelevant sentences Key points to achieve unity: Topic Sentence Supporting Sentence #1 Concluding Sentence related to the topic sentence Supporting Sentence #2 Supporting Sentence #3 The First Key Element of a Great Writing - All sentences in a paragraph should speak about one single idea. Unity
topic + ideas Crowdsourcing Workﬂow Relevance Highlight the relevant words between two sentences relevance topic Filter Filter paragraphs with no topic sentence (weight>=2) Topic sentence annotation Relevant keyword annotation
ESL writers (8 females, 10 males) - 19~34 years old Conditions - C1 (expert feedback): free-form feedback from an expert - C2 (crowd feedback): free-form feedback from a crowd worker - C3 (structural feedback): structural feedback from StructFeed Writing Original version R Rewriting Revised version R’ Feedback Measure - a writing task: write an essay in 30 mins (300-400 words) - a rewriting task: improve the original writing using feedback in 30 mins Tasks - time, quantity, cost - quality improvement (R’-R) - perceived helpfulness
that no one annotates it as relevant keywords. I originally think that is a common example for other people. But, I am wrong. I will carefully choose a more common and understandable example to describe my idea next time.” (P7)