|PLAN A HOLIDAY!|
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|2. list the possibilities||
Organise Your Material
You know your main Task, which you defined in Step 1.
You will also know by now some of the subheadings you can
use. You should use these to organise your research findings into groups.
|3. find the resources|
|4. read, scan & make notes|
|5. organise & present data|
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to go with, who to ask for help
Each of these could be a paragraph or several paragraphs. This way we can organise our thoughts into a useful order. Readers will understand us more easily.
|Decide your subheadings as your research goes on. Try to confirm the subheadings before you start writing your first draft. Writing without organising your material is a waste of effort and will confuse your readers.|
|6. evaluate the process|
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|• national curriculum skills|
|• teachers notes|
Presenting Our Findings
In an essay we might not
write subheadings, but the topic of each paragraph should be clear.
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