This text offers advice, guidance notes and support materials for tutors marking and grading essays. The notes cover all the common issues on which students need guidance including argument construction, clear writing and the conventions of quotation and presentation. They also deal with the problems of grading, making comments and offering guidance to tutors as they mark essay scripts. Two sample marked essays are included in the book providing assistance for tutors, illustrating the examples discussed in the notes. This book is suitable for use at GCSE, A Level, in sixth form colleges and in further and higher education.A brief conclusion 6.1 Introductions The introduction to an essay should address itself directly to the question or ... The best introductions usually have a bright and crisp opening statement which is interesting and seizes the readera#39;s attention.
|Publisher||:||Roy Johnson - 1993|