How to organise coursework

How to organise coursework
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Catch the reader with a question or a quote. Or tell a funny story that will be just right to the context of the thesis. Introduce the reader to your topic. Express yourself concisely, concisely and clearly. 
Thesis. This has already been explained in the previous step. 
Do not forget to define the words contained in the question! Words like “globalization” have many different meanings and it is important to determine exactly which ones you will use as part of your introduction. 

Convince the reader with your paragraphs. Make sure each paragraph confirms your argument in a new way. Not sure if the paragraph is spelled correctly? Try to separate the first sentence from each paragraph; together they should appear as a list of evidence confirming your thesis. 
Try to link the actual subject of the essay (say, Plato’s symposium) with a question that does not relate to the topic (say, the growing tendency of casual connections at student parties). Slowly associate a paragraph with the actual subject of the essay and make a few generalizations about why this aspect of the book subject is so interesting and worthy of study (for example, compare the expectation of physical intimacy earlier and now). 

It is necessary to complete the work with a powerful conclusion. Try using the SPR method: 
Stick to a certain style. Do you use external sources? Find out what style of quoting your teacher prefers, design the first page in the style of the Association for the Study of Modern Language (MLA) or the American Philological Association (APA) (or in a different style if you do not live in the USA). Each of them has a clear notation, so if you are not sure that you understood all the rules, refer to the manual (electronic version is available at owl.English.Purdue.EU). References in the text will help you express your point of view, but do not overdo it, using too many other people’s quotes, as this may give the impression that you cannot express your opinion in your own words. 
Do not insert other people’s arguments into your work. Of course, you can use the statements of eminent thinkers along with your own ideas, but you should not limit yourself to the phrases “A says B says Your thoughts are interesting to the reader. It is useful from the very beginning to start compiling a list of references to avoid last-minute problems. Fat burns muscles grow. The volume of the text is of great importance in the term paper, so it will be wiser to start editing it. Have you built the sentences correctly? Check each one and decide if you can use fewer words, keeping the meaning. 

Replace weak “auxiliary” verbs with stronger verbs of “action.” For example: instead of “I wrote my term paper” “I wrote my term paper”.  Do not be lazy. Literacy check is only the first step of the proof reading of your coursework! Checking the spelling does not help to find words with a missing letter (“ak” instead of “how”), repeated words (“this is this”) or grammatical errors (if you do not use MS Word, in which you can customize the spelling checker). Such minor mistakes are unlikely to please the teacher if you are inattentive to mistakes, there is a high probability that you didn’t really try to write this work. For best results, ask a friend to check your essay for errors.