Handout on Writing Introductions & Conclusions

One of the workshops I delivered in Russia last week was on a good way to write effective introductions and conclusions for an academic paper. In order to help my participants remember and give them a way to teach this writing tip, I designed a handout.  The handout itself may really  not make any sense. This is why, if you’d like to use it, I suggest you hear the first part and the last part of the lecture (link to lecture here), which is where I explain this process. You can skip the middle part, as it is the part where I asked participants in the audience to draft a quick introduction. The presentation slides for that talk can be found in this website (under presentations). If you have questions, you know where to find me! 😉


Dr.C during her lecture on Introductions & Conclusions at the American Center in Moscow

Photo credit: English Language Office

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Assistant Professor at UTSA, sociolinguist, discourse analyst, digital literacy and bilingualism researcher, online ethnographer, and more!

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