Preparation for any scientific work should begin with a plan, because it helps to structure the thoughts, connecting them ultimately into a single concept. Sketching a plan, it is necessary to outline the main tasks that you set for yourself, as a researcher, and also write out the first thoughts, ideas that need to be highlighted in the text.
In addition, with this type of activity, it is worth adhering to a particular concept, in which, first of all, logic could be traced, which clearly connects the different parts of this work together.
As a rule, this section immediately follows the cover page. In fact, the table of contents is the most notorious work plan that you have compiled before proceeding to the writing of the text itself.
Therefore, having corrected your notes, feel free to insert them into the work. In this case, you do not have to work separately on the compilation of the table of contents. In addition, a similar approach to business will help save time, which is also important.
In addition, the content should contain sections and subsections that should be numbered. It is also worth remembering that some parts of the work still remain without serial numbers, although they are included in the general numbering. These elements usually include the following:
- applied materials (applications).
As a rule, the introduction is a brief squeeze produced from the final part of the work. That it is the most readable of all parts of any scientific work, so you should immediately diligently work on its writing, and along with the design.
Usually, in the first part, the goals and objectives of the work are described, the object and subject of research are highlighted, the methods by which the research is carried out are listed, and a certain scientific hypothesis is advanced.
As a rule, the first chapter covers the theoretical part of the research. It is written on the basis of those bibliographic sources that are listed in the appropriate list. It also marks all the points that will be revealed further.
In subsequent chapters, the author of scientific work deals with the initial data, describes in detail the methods he used, offers his solutions for the tasks identified earlier in the text, etc.