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How to Write a Term Paper


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Title: How to Write a Term Paper

How to Write a Term Paper
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  • A term paper is a paper usually written over an
    academic term (at the end of a semester). If you
    want to write a good term paper, you need a lot
    of time.
  • You also need to make a plan of writing your
    research paper.

1. Selecting a Topic
Usually students choose a theme from the list of
themes, but you also can create your own topic.
In any case, you have to discuss a topic of your
term paper with your instructor.
2. Reading A Lot Of Literature Connected with
Your Topic
Suppose you are an excellent student, so you are
sure in your knowledge of the topic. However, you
should go to the library and refresh your memory.
You may find recently published books concerned
to your theme.
Remember that you have to work with as many
sources as possible. If you write a term paper,
its not enough to read only the lectures,
textbooks and manuals. You also should include
the monographs, articles from an academic
journal, articles published on a Website,
etc. Be ready that not the whole literature will
be appropriate for you. Write only the most
relevant sources in your bibliography.
3. Analyzing the Literature You Have Read
Making a fundamental analysis of the literature
you have read is an obligatory step, if you are
to write a term paper. Instead of it, many
students make a good compilation of the different
sources. You have to demonstrate that you really
understand the ideas of the authors. Analyzing
the literature you have read is not only one of
the most difficult and longest steps of writing a
term paper, but it is also one of the most
interesting occupations! Anyway, you will
certainly learn something new and useful.
4. Writing a Body of Your Term Paper
Dont start writing a body of your term paper
before you do all the previous steps (especially
the third step where you have to analyze the
literature). If you make a good analysis of the
enough amount of different sources connected with
your topic, there will be no serious problems
with writing a body of your term paper. The
golden rule is that the more you read and analyze
the literature, the greater your ability to
produce new ideas.
5. Making a Conclusion
Summarize everything you have written. Your
conclusion has to be laconic, clear and
6. Composing an Introduction
You should compose an introduction of your term
paper, when it is almost ready. Formulate the
necessary tasks in your introduction as the
questions to the answers you have written in the
7. Reading Your Own Term Paper and Editing It
Read your own term paper one more time. Be sure
that it has no grammar, stylistic and content
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