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Different schools have different methods (for example, some insist that the last line of the introduction must be the thesis statement), but I learned that a "conclusion" is essentially reiterating the essay. So they summarize each paragraph in one or two sentences, and that's the conclusion. From the old saw about speeches with introductions and ...


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The question is who you want to write for. I read one of the major daily newspapers of my country every day. The articles appear well researched (and are well written), and I feel I learn something reading them. But whenever an article deals with a topic in which I am an expert myself, I see many flaws: false information, central concepts not touched upon, ...


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I'm not a professional teacher, but here are two thoughts, based upon homeschooling my kids and working with other children for many years: 1) Children often develop a mental capability before the physical capability that it's usually paired with. For example, children being weaned can be taught simple ASL hand signs (for "please," "thank you," "more," and ...


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In the concluding paragraph you should include the following: An allusion to the pattern used in the introductory paragraph. A restatement of the thesis statement, using some of the original language or language that "echoes" the original language. (The restatement, however, must not be a duplicate thesis statement.) A summary of the three main points from ...


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I've written manuals under a Scrum process, so I'll describe what worked for my team. I'm going to treat your task as if you're writing a new book. From your description, you'd be replacing the vast majority of the content anyway, so better to think of it as a new book (for which you might be able to take advantage of the occasional previously-written bit) ...


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The idea of letting the developers write the notes will shatter on the cliff of reality. Most developers don't want to write them, so even if you force them somehow, you will only get a mess and not a note. Just for the record: I am a developer. What you can do is just improve your existing workflow a little bit. A little bit often does wonders and you will ...


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Conclusions wrap up what you have been saying in your paper. They tie up any loose ends, briefly summarize the focal point of the paper, and ultimately end the paper with any relevant last words. Conclusions As per the linked resource from Purdue's Online Writing Lab: Restate your topic and why it is important, Restate your thesis/claim, Address opposing ...


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In order of descending utility, IMO: Project/feature/bug tracking software, for well-defined product changes. A must. Email notification to other writers (broadcast) that refers to entries in #1 or to a wiki entry describing the doc change. The email summarizes the context & change enough that other writers can tell whether it affects them. The wiki ...



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