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Essay Writing in History and Interdisciplinary Studies

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This exemplar examines planning, researching and writing essays and research/practical reports on different aspects of environmental history, some of which will involve the use of data from non-historical disciplines. It reviews and enhances the range of key skills required to engage in truly inter-disciplinary study while preparing, planning, and writing for these different forms of assessment. The exemplar includes the preliminary examination of the assessment requirements and content of these different forms of assessment (essay and research/practical report), consideration of how key arguments might be helpfully represented diagrammatically (spider diagrams) in developing ideas for assessment, and apparatus and references to the different kinds of sources (both historical and scientifi

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history | environmental history | environmental science | essay writing | writing essays | essay | researching | research | practical report | Historical and Philosophical studies | philosophical studies | V000

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Plain Legal English part1

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Part one of a screencast series on writing in Plain Legal English. In this screencast we discuss basic principles of good writing: remember your goal is communication; use short sentences and plain words; and think about signposting and topic sentences

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writing | reader | plain english | legal english | succinct | clarity | client | examiner | topic | sentence | paragraph | speakable | business communications | letter | writing projects | writing essays | headings | sections | contract | communication | Law | M000

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Plain Legal English part 6

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Part six of a screencast series on writing in Plain Legal English. Have you ever read something and felt lost? Odds are, the author was bad at structuring their argument and signposting. In this screencast we discuss signposting techniques

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writing | reader | plain english | legal english | succinct | clarity | client | examiner | topic | sentence | paragraph | speakable | business communications | letter | writing projects | writing essays | headings | sections | contract | communication | Law | M000

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Plain Legal English part 5

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Part 5 of a screencast series on writing in Plain Legal English. In this screencast we focus on 'bridging' between paragraphs to create a logical document where the reader can follow the course of your argument

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writing | reader | plain english | legal english | succinct | clarity | client | examiner | topic | sentence | paragraph | speakable | business communications | letter | writing projects | writing essays | headings | sections | contract | communication | Law | M000

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Plain Legal English part 4

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(3) introducing each paragraph with a topic sentence

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writing | reader | plain english | legal english | succinct | clarity | client | examiner | topic | sentence | paragraph | speakable | business communications | letter | writing projects | writing essays | headings | sections | contract | communication | Law | M000

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Plain Legal English part 2

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Part 2 of a series of screencasts on writing in Plain Legal English. In this screencast we discuss some basic principles and the importance of keeping your sentences short

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writing | reader | plain english | legal english | succinct | clarity | client | examiner | topic | sentence | paragraph | speakable | business communications | letter | writing projects | writing essays | headings | sections | contract | communication | Law | M000

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Plain Legal English part 3

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Part three of a screencast series on writing in Plain Legal English. In this screencast we consider the following guiding principles of good writing: (1) omitting unnecessary words; (2) keeping your sentences short; (3) using clear, precise verbs; (4) turning -ion words into verbs where possible; (5) simplifying wordy phrases

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writing | reader | plain english | legal english | succinct | clarity | client | examiner | topic | sentence | paragraph | speakable | business communications | letter | writing projects | writing essays | headings | sections | contract | communication | Law | M000

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