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Course work plan
Is, in fact, its structure. When drafting a plan, it should be remembered that for scientific works the basic requirements include the presence of an introduction, the main part and the conclusion. The structure contains both chapters and subsections. In some universities, an indicative work plan is attached along with methodological recommendations, which greatly simplifies the work, you just need to correct it, based on the characteristics of your work and primary data.
Develop your own plan is not difficult - its uniformity with all the work determines the presence of three parts. The first theoretical part reveals the essence of the issue, gives the main definitions of the topic, its relevance. The second analytical part examines the state of the topic, determines its problems. The third practical determines the differences between the theoretical and practical parts, gives a forecast of development prospects, or calculations of measures to eliminate identified problems, or reduce them, determines the ways of solving the tasks.
Introduction is the first and necessary section of the course work. The introduction requires:
To indicate the relevance of the selected topic, to state its importance at the present stage.
Set the goal of the work and tasks for its investigation.
Give a brief description of the literature and information sources, the methods of research used.
At the same time, it is necessary to know that the wording of the purpose of the study should reflect the title of the topic of the work, and the statement of tasks should determine the problems of the relevant sections and subsections.
When describing literary sources, it is necessary to indicate what and what authors wrote on this topic, their views and disagreements. The methodology indicates the methods and methods used in the work: statistical, empirical, organizational methods, analysis, synthesis, comparison, comparison, survey, survey, etc.
The main part of the course work is a detailed presentation of all the main sections, in most cases, there are three of them: theoretical, analytical and practical. At the end of each section, and better than each subsection, short conclusions are drawn in several sentences. Each section should consist of at least two subsections.
The first section of the course is traditionally devoted to general theoretical aspects of the selected topic. Here the essence of the problem is revealed, its place in the corresponding branch is indicated, and the existing methods of its investigation are reviewed.
The second section usually looks at the practical side of the issue under study, describes possible problems, determines the shortcomings and difficulties of this topic.
The third section is devoted to the formulation of assignments and recommendations for the solution of the problem under study.
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