This practical guide, written by a chief examiner, gives you the tools and planning techniques for making light work of assignments, essays, reports and dissertations. It covers: * Thoroughly understanding the title, question or brief *Choosing the right format for your assignment *Producing an outline plan *Researching and taking notes *Drafting the structure and improving your style * Presenting the final assignment / Examples and mini case studies show the difference between good and bad practice. Self-evaluation exercises ensure you stay on the right track.Proven techniques for producing essays, reports and dissertations that succeed Pauline Smith ... Examples of transition (linking) words and phrases 11. Stevea#39;s planning tree (case study example) 12. Examples of good and bad page layout foranbsp;...
|Title||:||How To Write An Assignment, 8th Edition|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2010-12-31|