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Your final paper should contain the following:

(1)                    Title

(2)                    Name(s) of the author(s))

(3)                    Affiliation of the author(s)

(4)                    Abstract

(5)                    Key words

(6)                    Body of the text

(7)                    References

 

Format

Length:            1500 - 4000 words

Paper size:       A4

Font:               Times New Roman (11 pt)

NB:       If a paper contains characters other than the Latin script, the author should provide the fonts

Line spacing:                 1

Alignment:                    Justified

Margins:                       Top      4 cm                Bottom  4,5 cm

Left      3.5 cm             Right      4 cm

Page numbers:  Do not insert page numbers

 

(1) Title:                      bold capitals, centered, TNR (12 pt)

(2) Author’s name:      bold, centred, TNR (12 pt)

(3) Affiliation:              below author’s name, regular font, TNR (11 pt)

(4) Abstract

An abstract of up to 300 words should precede the body of the text (TNR, 10 pt). The first line should start with the entry Abstract.

(5) Key words

Please include up to five key words next to the entry Key words: (TNR, 10 pt).

 

e.g.

DEVELOPING TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES IN A BUSINESS ENGLISH CLASSROOM

 

Carmen Silva

1 Decembrie 1918 University of Alba Iulia

 

Abstract. This article brings forth a possible teaching paradigm that re-evaluates the pedagogical benefits of teaching translation techniques to business students. While rejecting the one-sided structural/grammatical translation method, we propose a model based on the Lexical Approach which draws on the lexical, paradigmatic, as well as syntagmatic equivalence between the source language and the target language.

Key words: translation competence, translation skills

 

(6) Body of the text

Headings:       bold, aligned left, separated from the text by a blank line

Emphasis

Bold should only be used for the title, subtitles, and headings.

Italics should be used for emphasis, examples interpolated in the text, non-English words and book/journal titles.

‘Single quotation marks’ enclose translations, e.g. Romanian active circulante ‘current assets’.

“Double quotation marks” enclose brief citations running in the text (longer quotations, indented on all sides, are  not put between quotation marks).

Footnotes

Footnotes should be marked consecutively throughout the text by a number directly following a punctuation mark.

Figures, tables etc.

Figures, tables etc. should be provided on a separate page (with appropriate reference in the text) or inserted as moveable objects in the text.

Citations and quotations

Citations and quotations are followed by parentheses containing author’s surname, year of publication and a reference to page(s) – e.g. (Popescu 2004: 45). Brief citations are interpolated in the text, between double quotation marks. Longer quotations (5-10 lines) should appear as separate blocks, indented left and right and separated from the text by an extra-line space above and below, without quotation marks.

 

(7) References

References should be indicated in the typescript by giving the author's name, with the year of publication in parentheses - e.g. (Popescu 2004: 45). If several papers by the same author from the same year are cited, a, b, c, etc. should be put after the year of publication. The references should be listed in full at the end of the paper in the following standard form:

For books:

Handy, C. B. (1985). Understanding organizations. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

For articles:

Boschhuizen, R. & Brinkman, F. G. (1991). A proposal for a teaching strategy based on preinstructional ideas of pupils, European Journal of Teacher Education, 14(1), 45-56.

For chapters within books:

Little, A. (1990). The role of assessment re-examined in international context, in P. Broadfoot, R. Murphy & H. Torrance (Eds.), Changing educational assessment. London: Routledge.

For online documents:

Kawasaki, J. L., & Raven, M.R. (1995). Computer-administered surveys in extension. Journal of Extension, 33, 252-255. Retrieved June 2, 1999, from http://joe.org/joe/index.html.

 

For any other types of documents, please refer to the APA style of citation.