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Clear, concise, engaging. Make sure it reflects the selected topic.

Title

INtroduction

Body Paragraphs

Experimental evidence

DIAGRAMS

CONCLUSIONS

Define key terms, provide the background, aim, main arguments and conclusion.

The main body of your essay is where you deliver your arguments.

In point 3 you presented arguments based on published literature, here you present your own data and evidence.

Figures, charts, tables, schematics, timelines, maps, drawings that help to clarify your points or present data.

Your conclusion is the whole point of your essay. It should include a clear link back to the question/title.

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ESSAY STRUCTURE

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  • Consulting experts and running interviews;
  • Collect data with a survey;
  • Analyse existing datasets;
  • Summarise and compare case studies

In this section you will include original research related to your topic, for example:

Your own research data

Pick up any scientific textbook and you’ll see it’s divided into sections with subheadings and is illustrated with diagrams. It’s a good idea to try to emulate this layout in your writing. By using subheadings to separate sections, you’re not only helping yourself to structure your writing, but also making it easier for your audience and teachers to follow your argument.

Setting out your essay

  • Only add figures or diagrams that are relevant and help explain a point.
  • Add a clear caption.
  • Mention the image in the text.

These can be schematics, flow diagrams, maps to connect the arguments, timelines, tables, etc. Diagrams are particularly helpful when it comes to presenting experimental data – it’s very easy to plot bar charts, scatter plots, and other simple charts to summarise data.Diagrams help to communicate some ideas more efficiently than a paragraph of writing.

Your essay must contain diagrams.

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