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You will need to look at the following types of sources:
Your conclusion is the final paragraph of writing in an assignment. It must summarise (very briefly) every important idea you have discussed in your work as well as draw conclusions based upon the evidence you have presented. You need to make sure that you have directly answered the question. It is always useful to link your conclusions back to the essay title.
The following systems will help keep you organized:
Such revision often involves putting the essay aside for a few days, allowing the mind to work indirectly or subconsciously in the meantime and making it possible to see the work-in-progress more objectively when they return to it.
And this list is far away of being complete!
For Task 2, have a paragraph break after your introduction, and then for every differing section of your separate ideas with the supporting evidence. Then have a final paragraph for your conclusion. You should aim to have 3 or 4 paragraphs plus the introduction and conclusion.
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Very often people use no paragraphing and the examiner is faced with a “sea” of writing with no breaks from start to finish. For me, the best writings are those where there are paragraphs separated by an empty line and also indented. In this way your ideas are separated clearly. It shows and gives organization to your writing and makes it more readable.
Lastly, they proofread the final copy.
Below I will repeat paragraphs 1 – 4 of this section on paragraphing but I am going to remove all the paragraphs and line breaks and make it a “sea of writing” as I said can happen above. I hope you feel that this section is easier to understand than the one below!! (By the way, I haven’t used line breaks through this entire tutorial as there would be too many and it would be too confusing).