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Plan course work should be a brief description of its structure, highlighting the main and minor issues, various calculations, etc. You can break the plan into paragraphs and paragraphs, number them, and then use it during the literature search, marking the relevant extracts or copied text “pieces”. Course work includes an introduction, main part and conclusion. In the introduction indicate the relevance of the topic, the degree of its significance, formulate the goals and objectives of the study, clarify the main sources of information and research methods (the formulation of the research objectives coincides with the title of the topic of work, and the formulation of tasks with the names of the relevant paragraphs and work items).

The main part of the study is a summary of the results. The first section of the course work is usually devoted to general theoretical questions of the chosen topic, reveal the essence of the problem, show its place in modern times, provides an overview of the existing methods of researching the topic. In the second section, the coursework examines the practical side of the issue under study. In the third section formulate recommendations for solving the studied issues. In conclusion, summarize the main points of the study. The most convenient way is to draw a conclusion from the conclusions formulated at the end of the relevant paragraphs of the course work. When collecting information in libraries and on the Internet, rely on your work plan, try not to deviate from the chosen questions, but sometimes it is better to keep the information, even if it does not directly fit. It is easier to throw books and articles. So get a draft course work. While copying information, you should not forget to mark books or articles from where it is taken, in order to place links and compile a list of references in the future.

After the material is selected and structured, it is necessary to engage in its reflection and change. Since the sources of information are likely to differ from each other in the style of writing and the formulation of terms, it is necessary to rephrase the work in your own words. To correct your own mistakes in the work, you need to set it aside for a few days or, better yet, print it out, because the eye is “blurred” and mistakes are simply missed by attention. In addition, thoughtful content will allow you to plan the schedule for writing the work. This schedule, of course, can be adjusted, but it will serve as a good guideline.