The evaluation of the knowledge acquired by the student during the previous years of study depends on the success of the course work. Each performer should be familiar with the rules of writing a course, know what it consists of and how to achieve the goals.
This type of scientific work has a standard structure:
This is the first page of scientific work, which states:
* full name of the institution where the student-researcher studies;
* name of the topic;
* Name of the research student;
* course and group code;
* scientific degree, academic title and full name, surname and patronymic of the supervisor;
* city and year of work.
This part of the scientific work provides instructions for the pages of all sections, subsections, as well as conclusions, bibliography and appendices.
In the introduction, the student must disclose the state and significance of the scientific problem, as well as justify the need for its study.
The general characteristics of the course work he gives in the following sequence:
* Relevance – revealing the importance of research on this topic for today.
* The degree of processing – is the analysis of research on this problem, made by various scientists.
* The object of future research is the field of scientific knowledge within which the issue to be studied is located.
* The subject of research is a question or problem that will be studied. There can be several subjects in one research object.
* The purpose of the course – is the ultimate goal that the author seeks to achieve. It should reflect the issues being addressed in the research process.
* The objectives of the study – are tasks that help achieve the goal. They are revealed gradually in the relevant sections of the work.
* The structure of the course work is a list of all its components.
It contains several sections and subsections that end with conclusions. The names of these constituent elements should not be repeated in any case. The material must be presented clearly, concisely and logically.
The author must consistently disclose the objectives of the study, analyze and scientifically substantiate all issues. This part is called the main, because it is comprehensively described and studied the subject of the chosen scientific topic.
In the conclusions, the author must provide his own assessment of the degree of solution of the problems facing him at the beginning and indicate all the quantitative and qualitative indicators of the results.
Each conclusion must be concise, logical, summarized, without evidence and analysis.
List of references
To write a course you need to use at least 20-30 sources. These can be scientific publications, works, printed texts and electronic resources that the author used in the process of writing the work, or to which there are links. The student compiles a list of their names in alphabetical order and draws it up in accordance with all the requirements of the state standard.
Appendices are materials that help to better understand scientific work, such as mathematical formulas and proofs, protocols, calculations, various tables, diagrams, charts and other graphical materials made on a computer.
The term paper must be written in a scientific style, without syntactic and spelling errors, and submitted in printed form on one side of A4 paper. Numbering must be set without the use of a period and a sign №. In case of negligent performance of work or non-compliance with the requirements of the state standard, the coursework may not be allowed to be defended, so it would be better to ask for online coursework help.