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Outlining

Elmer’s school presentation expert, Chelsea, reviews three key components of every...

Introduction

Summarizing the introduction and body of your presentation’s subject at the beginning...

Body of Work

Science projects, book reports and history presentations should all feature different...

Conclusion

A report’s conclusion should do more than repeat information – it should demonstrate how...

Scientific Method

When working on a science project, you will need to follow the Scientific Method. In this...

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Summarizing the introduction and body of your presentation’s subject at the beginning will help grab the attention of your audience and leave them in anticipation of your conclusion.

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>> CHELSEA: The introduction section of your paper is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. You introduce your topic and give any background information that will help readers understand the rest of your report. You can use the introduction to summarize your whole project except the results. Save that until the end. The introduction also sets the tone of the rest of your paper, so you've got to write it in a way that attracts readers' attention and gives them enough info to want to read on.

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