When writing the term paper in the course of a seminar and/or lecture, the group of themes is usually prescribed.
If that’s not the case, reflecting the sessions might help: what was the most striking or interesting part of it? The answers to all of these questions can be looked at in an academic context.
(Please note that this article is aimed at term papers written for German universities and colleges.
The requirements at English faculties differ considerably!
Index Following the mere text, all the material (literature, tables, pictures, maps, transcripts, etc.) used in your research is displayed in this part of the term paper.
Don’t forget to add certificates from other parts of the module and – most important – the plagiarism statement.
Just make sure in the end all the literature, quotes and theories previously selected are mentioned.
First revision and proofreading Now carefully scan through the whole script and look out for technical, as well as formal mistakes.
Your lecturer might also provide you with a list of eligible topics.
In this article, we guide you from the very first idea of a term paper’s topic to writing the final draft.