Study Skills – Preparing for assignments
Worried about word counts? Don't know where to begin with your essays? Don't worry - we've got the tips to help you with your written assignments in this episode in our Study Skills course - part of our 'Go The Distance' course, giving you the skills and knowledge you need to be a top-class distance learner! For more information about digital literacy, English language and study skills for distance learners, visit us at http-//www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/gothedistance. To find out more about our partner, The Open University, go to http-//www.open.edu/openlearn/tv-radio-events/events/go-the-distance.
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Assignments. You have your question - but where to begin? Why not just start writing? Probably not the best option. How about this? Start by understanding the task. Now, a task has two main parts: there is of course the question itself, and then we have the details. Let’s look at these. What do we mean by ‘the details’? Firstly, what kind of assignment is it? An essay, a report, a short-answer assignment, or maybe something else? Secondly - this is an important one - when do you need to submit? Thirdly, how will it be marked? Find out if there’s a marking guide or a list of assessment criteria. And fourthly, is there a word limit? Knowing these four things can help you plan how much time you need to spend on the assignment. And then, we have the all-important question itself. Let’s imagine you’re studying literature. Questions have key words. We have ‘process words’, also called ‘instruction words’. These tell you what you need to do. And ‘content words and phrases’, these tell you the topics to be focused on. Here are some common process words: ‘Compare’ means show similarities and differences between things. Perhaps show which is preferable. ‘Contrast’ means to look for differences between two things. ‘Evaluate’ or ‘criticise’ means to make a judgement about something, based on evidence, not based on personal opinion. ‘Define’ means to give exact meaning, or meanings, of a word, phrase or theory. ‘Discuss’ means to explore an issue, giving both sides and looking at any related issues. ‘To explain’ means to give details about something, and the reasons behind it. And to ‘justify’ means to give reasons and evidence supporting a point of view. So, take time to really understand what the question is asking. Decide what subjects you need to look up, and organise what you need to do. We also have a separate video on using sources in assignments. Ah - now all you need to do is the hard work. We’re sure you’ll ace it!
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