Tutor profile: Pilara K.
Name and explain the three main parts of an argumentative essay's structure.
1. Introduction: Try to "hook" the reader's attention with your opening sentence. Provide some basic background facts before declaring your thesis. Include an overview of what you'll be discussing in the body paragraphs. 2. Body paragraphs: Begin each body section with transition paragraphs that segue from the previous topic. Remember to stay with the format described in your introductory paragraph. Include examples and quotes. 3. Conclusion: Create your last transition sentence. Summarize your previous points, being careful not to introduce any new ideas that weren't discussed earlier.
Subject: Study Skills
Discuss one recommended method of developing a research question.
Select a broad topic that you'd like to develop further. Gather additional background information from tertiary sources. Use these notes to narrow your subject into different subtopics. What questions do your sources and subtopics raise? Focus the hypothesis and continue to evaluate your final research question.
Subject: Library and Information Science
Name three key features of scholarly articles.
1. Scholarly articles are reviewed by a group of field experts before being approved for publication. 2. They feature original research and/or experimentation. 3. The articles contain technical language, in addition to a detailed introduction and bibliography.
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