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Application of Divergent Thinking in English Thesis Writing Teaching
—An Analysis of Topic Selection on Translation for English Major Students

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At present, duplicate research has become very common among English thesis writing in universities. This thesis aims at applying divergent thinking in English thesis writing teaching, trying to find ways of choosing good topics in thesis writing.

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Zhao, N. , Yan, Y. and Yuan, X. (2015) Application of Divergent Thinking in English Thesis Writing Teaching
—An Analysis of Topic Selection on Translation for English Major Students. Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, 5, 207-212. doi: 10.4236/ojml.2015.52016.

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