How to write Introduction and Conclusion of a Research Paper?
In Research papers, efforts are made to support thesis work. Research paper is important parameter to check your ability to express your views about your thesis work. Research paper should be written in an impressive and understandable ways to create an impact on the reader.
- Research paper includes
- The body
- The conclusion
- The introduction consists of introductory paragraphs. Introduction can be written in only one paragraph or more than one paragraph. It consists of the description of the research paper, illustration of the research and dialogues that create and attracts the reader towards your topic. This should be interesting and captivating for the reader.
- There should be a proper transition in the paper. The introduction should be properly linked with the paragraphs of the body portion.
- There should be some sentences that completely describe the whole research paper. The reader can give prompt answers by reading such sentences.
- Explain the focus of the research paper in introduction.
- Introduce your research paper’s relevant back ground or required data of previous work.
- Disclose your plan of organization your research paper.
- You can quote about any expert to make it more captivating.
- Add some terms from which the reader are not familiar, but its main goal to understand the topic.
- Do not give detail information about your paper. The detail information occupies in body of the paper.
- Conclusion is the last part of your paper. It consists of ending paragraphs of your research paper. Conclusion is like the final verses of the song making the listener feel that the song is ending with good performance.
- The conclusion is a same way like the introduction. It consists of one or more paragraphs.
- Add a quotation or expert opinion in conclusion to make it reader friendly.
- Use statistic in it, facts and figures to drive a better result of your research.
- Remind the reader about your ideas you have said making your points more valid.
- Explain why your research is worthy for reading.
- Addresses your opposing point of view and explain why your point is better .Also suggest readers for further reading.
- Be confident with your research work. This will create a positive impression on the reader.
- Do not be too much dramatic in your conclusion.
- Remember that your conclusion will create your final impression on the reader, so make it impressive.