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Strucure 1
  • Theme
  • Point A
    • presentation
    • discussion
  • Point B
    • presentation
    • discussion
Strucure 2
  • Theme
  • Point A and point B
    • presentation
Strucure 3
  • Theme
  • Point A and point B
    • discussion

If describing experiments...

Give specific examples (what was done, found, concluded) Present statistics. Show how findings led to conclusions.

  • Methodological limitations
  • What's left unexplained

In reviewing previous work...

You need not describe every study ever done on your problem. Cite only articles pertinent to the specific issues with which you are dealing; emphasise major conclusions, findings, or relevant methodological issues and avoid unnecessary detail.

When writing the conclusion ...

The conclusion should include any or all of the following:

  • summary of your stance in response to question
  • wider implications
  • limitations of the study, caveats
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