Table of contents for How to write better essays / Bryan Greetham.

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Introduction	
The Stages	
Stage 1??Interpretation of the Question	
	Introduction	
?1??Revealing the Structure	
?2??A Practical Example	
?3??Learning to Analyse	
?4??The Three-Step Technique ? Steps 1 and 2	
?5??Step 3 ? Test your Concept	
?6??Brainstorming	
?7??Flexibility	
?8??Using the Right Ability	
?9??The Range of Abilities	
10??Changing our Pattern of Study	
Stage 2??Research	
	Introduction	
11??Reading Purposefully	
12??Processing the Ideas	
13??Note-taking for Analysis and Structure	
14??Remembering your Notes	
15??Note-taking for Criticism and Evaluation	
16??Organising your Retrieval System	
17??Organising your Time	
18??Your Own Personal Timetable	
Stage 3??Planning	
	Introduction	
19??Planning: Getting the Highest Grades	
20??Editing and Ordering your Material	
21??Planning for the Exam	
22??Revising for the Exam	
Stage 4??Writing	
	Introduction	
23??Getting your Own Ideas Down	
24??Introductions	
25??Paragraphs ? Topic sentences
26 Paragraphs ? Development and evidence	
27??Conclusions	
28??Style ? Simplicity: 1 ? Sentences 	
29 Style ? Simplicity: 2 ? Words 
30??Style ? Economy	
31 Style ? the dos and don?ts
32??Working with Evidence	
33??Plagiarism	
34??Referencing and Bibliographies	
Stage 5??Revision	
	Introduction	
35??Preserving your Best Ideas	
36??Revising the Structure	
37??Revising the Content
Troubleshooting	
Conclusion	
Bibliography	
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Rhetoric.
Exposition (Rhetoric).
Essay -- Authorship.
Academic writing.