By Neil Murray, Geraldine Hughes
- what's solid educational writing?
- How may still I current my written paintings?
- How am i able to increase my written work?
educational writing could be a daunting prospect for brand new undergraduates and postgraduates alike, whether they're domestic or in a foreign country scholars. This obtainable e-book offers them/students with all they should recognize to provide first-class written work.
in keeping with their decades of expertise, the authors have dependent the booklet on the way to construct scholars' self assurance of their personal writing skill while while respecting traditional rules of what's, and what's no longer, appropriate within the educational area. to augment pupil studying, the fabric is gifted utilizing a wealth of transparent examples, hands-on projects with solutions, and logical sequences that construct on past chapters. the 1st sections of the ebook deal with the coaching and writing of assignments and study initiatives, whereas the 3rd offers an invaluable toolkit containing reference fabrics on components together with punctuation, grammar and educational terminology.
The e-book comprises a variety of tips and insights and comprehensively covers concerns such as:
- examining round a brand new subject
- the necessity for coherence and the way to accomplish it
- constitution and corporation
- Plagiarism, quoting and mentioning assets
- the most sections of a standard learn undertaking
- Writing variety
- discovering your individual voice
- Examiner expectations
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Writing up your university assignments and research projects : a practical handbook by Neil Murray, Geraldine Hughes