Reading List

This is not an exhaustive list of references to help you in your course work. The details of the main text for the course can be found in this list as well, side by side with other relevant references which may spell success in this course.
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Guinto, Nicanor L. Styles in Scientific Writing A summarized presentation of the prescribed way of writing scientific papers. http://www.scribd.com/doc/47984221/Styles-in-Scientific-Writing 
Guinto, Nicanor L., Fraginal, K., & Pabellano, P. Writing in the Profession  Much of humanity’s day to day activities are built on writing that it would be virtually impossible to perform significant human functions without the writing skill. Such skill will always be a fundamental requirement for you to earn money in the profession you chose. Although writing technical and scientific reports are inherent in every profession, only a handful of professionals are truly capable of writing in their discipline. This course material will attempt to include you among the few thereby giving you a genuine chance for professional survival in the global community someday.  
Jose Carillo Jose Carillo’s English Language Forum "Jose Carillo’s English Language Forum is the perfect place for you...if you want to: ask questions about any aspect of English that confuses or mystifies you, give advice to people asking for informal instruction on the correct or better use of English, or simply relate your experience or encounter with English misuse at work, in school, or in the mass media." NOTE: The English the forum is using is the American variety, which is accepted by the majority of Filipinos as "standard". http://josecarilloforum.com 
Kaplan, R., & Grabe, W. Theory and Practice of Writing Written by foremost writing researchers around the world, this book offers you a comprehensive look at writing at different formal contexts.  
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