Get Great Marks for Your Essays, Reports, and Presentations
Fully revised in response to readers' suggestions, this student guide now includes extensive coverage of online resources, tips for the best uses of computer tools, and guidance on how to pitch to the audience Updated to include new technologies available for writing and research, this guide tells students all they need to know to write successful essays and reports and create attention-grabbing presentations in the social sciences and humanities. Any student who is not sure how to begin writing, or who finds that they have four assignments and only four weeks to go before the deadline, will find help here. Readers will learn the rules of the essay writing game: how to muckrake for information, write drafts, handle references, and do analysis. They will discover where they win and lose marks, learn how to take the right short cuts, and make the most of their time.
John Germov is Associate Professor, Dean of Arts, and Deputy Head of the Faculty of Education and Arts at the University of Newcastle. He has many years' experience teaching undergraduate students and is the author/editor of 14 books.