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If you had to explain what a scholarly voice is to someone , how would you describe it?

When someone says you aren't using scholarly tone in your paper, does this mean the same as scholarly voice?

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If I had to explain to someone what a scholarly tone is I would say that there is a lot of implementation of wording that has to do with the specific major. For example, if I was an education major and was writing a paper about lesson plans I would use more words such as implementation, individual needs, guiding, and so forth.

Using scholarly wording is as simple as placing some of the words in that weeks' ...

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