Create an Assignment Introduction that will Max your grades

The introduction sells your ideas to the marker, learn how to do that perfectly
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  • Lectures 18
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

A lot of the advice around says write the introduction for an assignment last. This is terrible advice - we know tit is bad because we are teachers and academics that have written and read hundred/thousands of assignments. The introduction is where your mark is primarily determined in the marker's mind. If we don't see the answer to the question there, it is usually a bad sign for the rest of the assignment. A good answer right up front in the introduction gets us interested in reading your assignment in more depth.

Drawing on the experience of PhD students, Lecturers, Tutors, and Senior Academics we have pulled together the best advice for getting that introduction perfect.

If your set it up right, then the rest of the assignment should just fall into place! So take a look at the advice here and maximize your grades!

What are the requirements?

  • Nothing, just good basic reading and writing skills

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Create an assignment introduction that will maximise your grades
  • Know how the structure the introduction so that the marker can PERFECTLY understand that you are answering their question

What is the target audience?

  • This course is meant for students who want to learn the tips and tricks in writing the perfect assignment introduction
  • College or university level students are the main group this will help
  • You can be in any country on earth, but the teachers have the most experience with the US, UK and Australian marking schemes

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
02:22

This lecture is explaining what this course is all about, and what students will gain after completing the course.

Section 2: Importance of an introduction
05:38

After this lecture, students will learn and understand the importance of the introduction section of an essay assignment

Section 3: The first sentence in the introduction
01:50

After this lecture, students will learn the role of the first sentence of the introduction, and how it should be written.

03:26

Showing students how to write the first sentence of the introduction, using the "Micro-environment vs. macro-environment management" example.

02:59

Showing students how to write the first sentence of the introduction, using the "4Ps of Marketing" example.

01:38

Showing students how to write the first sentence of the introduction, using the "Operant Conditioning" example.

Section 4: The second sentence in the introduction
01:53

After this lecture, students will learn the role of the second sentence of the introduction, and how it should be written.

02:42

Showing students how to write the second sentence of the introduction, using the "Micro-environment vs. macro-environment management" example.

02:54

Showing students how to write the second sentence of the introduction, using the "4Ps of Marketing" example.

03:21

Showing students how to write the second sentence of the introduction, using the "Operant Conditioning" example.

Section 5: The third, fourth, fifth sentences in the introduction
02:06

After this lecture, students will learn the role of the 3rd-5th sentences of the introduction, and how to write them.

02:37

Showing students how to write the 3rd-5th sentences of the introduction, using the "Micro-environment vs. macro-environment management" example.

03:14

Showing students how to write the 3rd-5th sentences of the introduction, using the "4Ps of Marketing" example.

03:25

Showing students how to write the 3rd-5th sentences of the introduction, using the "Operant Conditioning" example.

Section 6: The final sentence(s) in the introduction
04:56

After this lecture, students will learn the role of the final sentence(s) of the introduction, and how it should be written.

04:46

Explaining how the final sentence(s) should be written for each of the examples.

Section 7: Summary
05:54

This is a summary lecture of this course.

Section 8: Extra Resources
06:30

This lecture is showcasing some resources for referencing styles, and writing styles.

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Instructor Biography

Luke Greenacre, Assistant Professor of Marketing and Market Research

I obtained my PhD in Marketing several years ago, having specialised in studying advanced research methods for understanding consumer purchase decisions and word of mouth behavior. Since then I have worked as an Assistant Professor at several universities around the world running various industry and academic research projects.

I have taught advanced research methods in an industry setting and also to both undergraduate and postgraduate students at universities.

My full bio is available at: lukegreenacre. com

Instructor Biography

Pj Tan, Research Associate

I have taught several courses at the university level, I have also completed degrees in Australia and in Malaysia, and am presently a postgraduate researcher. I work as a research associate at a University Research Institute in Australia.

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