how should you structure the introduction of your EPQ? I'm really struggling here!
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- 19-08-2016 09:39
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- 19-08-2016 10:41
Start broad and narrow it down to your specific research question or topic. Put all your ideas down and then arrange them. Your teachers should be able to help.
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- 21-08-2016 10:50
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- 21-08-2016 11:11
I think it'll be different depending on what your topic is. I did mine on EU integration, so I initially just did a general history of the EU whilst specifically bringing up the topics I intended to discuss in the body of the essay, and then at the end paraphrased what the overall goal of my project was. My whole thing was about 5400 words, so iirc my intro was about 600-700 words (about a page on word).
If you give me some info about what your project is I may be able to help more.
- 21-08-2016 11:19
If you're struggling, just start the rest and do the introduction later. For mine, I just gave some background knowledge on the subject, stated what I was going to look at in my project and what areas I would analyse. So basically, I just gave an overview on what the project was on and why it was relevant. Not sure if that's right though