Writing your literature review
Writing your literature review takes time. You may need to complete several drafts before your final copy. It is important to have a good introduction that clearly tells the reader what the literature will be about.
An introduction must tell the reader the following:
This is a good example of an introduction because it has a topic sentence which indicates what will be covered and also tells the reader the specific focus of the literature review in the concluding sentence.
Notice how the student has clearly said WHAT she will cover in this review. This is particularly important in a large topic area.
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