Volume 15, 2017/Issue 1-2

Fülöp, Károly
Typographical Characters of University Students’ Essays

In the last fifty years numerous studies were born about the difficulties of the national teaching of writing, have been registered again and again for decades known problems at all levels of public education. The author now examines essays of university students: he will assess Eötvös Loránd University seminar papers of native speaker criterion exam from typographical aspects, pointing out that although awareness of editing has been reflected in the use of margins and paragraphs, writing purely in this field is less than optimal, and preserves the shortcomings of early development. This study is part of a larger research on adults’ writing strategy. The introduction summarizes the results of the research so far, the conclusions have been obtained from quantitative indicators, and the results can be used to help the development plans on the daily practice of teaching writing compositions.

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