Term Paper Contents

Get started by choosing at least two academic questions, which should appear in your universities’s library or online.

Talk to your lecturer whether your choices are appropriate and construct the first outline for your paper. The content of this text is quite similar to the introduction.

After skimming the literature, the methods and goal of research should be determined.

Working with the literature You can already start writing out possible quotes from your literature while skimming it. Term papers written in natural sciences usually entail self-performed collections of data.

In order to do so, shortly explain the scope or problem discussed throughout the text, aswell as its academic relevance in the field, your approaches, methods and the final aim of your outcomes. Conclusion To finalize your paper, sum up the most important or exceptional outcomes of your research and your own opinion of them.

Writing the final draft / contribution Revise the text at your own discretion. Contributing your work is now the last remaining step.

List of contents For this part, we suggest using the specially designed listing functions in Word. Body The problem is now carefully discussed in a hierarchically structured manner.

A typical descending list of contents should not exceed three rows of (sub)headings. Introduction The beginning of your term paper should allow readers to reconstruct your ‘golden threat’. This can also be done via certain methods, which are treated in several chapters, looking specifically at each aspect via the subchapters.

(Please note that this article is aimed at term papers written for German universities and colleges.

The requirements at English faculties differ considerably!

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  1. An incoherent or unfocussed introduction, or one that is over-lengthy, may detract from the overall grade of the dissertation and will not create a good impression on the reader(s).