Writing up your research
Through this week’s activities we encourage you to:
- start thinking in advance about how you will organise your sources and structure your final essay or report
- understand the purpose of an abstract and familiarise yourself with the structure in the knowledge that you will have to produce one for your project before you submit the final essay or report
- review your project proposal and write a summary (abstract) of it
- share your summary (approximately 200 words) and provide feedback on each other’s ideas to develop them further
Developing Your Research Project
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