|1.2 Essays||Essay Extract||
This extract from an essay on ocean plastics illustrates how to set up your introduction and how to construct an argument in a paragraph. Compare the extract to examples from your course for a clearer understanding how you are expected to bring together evidence to support a position.
|Formatting an essay||
Look at your unit documents to see the format you are expected to submit your work in. If you do not have specific guidelines, follow the advice in this document.
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|1.3 Reports||Report Sections||
This page outlines the sections above in more detail.
This extract illustrates the impersonal style of language typical in a
report. Compare this extract to examples from your course for a clearer
understanding of the type of language expected for your assignment.
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|1.4 Literature Reviews||Literature Review Extract||
This short extract of a literature review illustrates how you can
introduce topics, organise your review under headings and bring together
references in your writing. Compare this example to literature reviews
from your course to identify what you are expected to produce.
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|1.5 Critical Reflections||Reflective Writing Extract||
This extract illustrates some common features of critical reflections.
The student describes an action they took, explains why they acted as
they did and starts to evaluate the success of their actions.
|infographic - critical reflection (downloadable)|