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Chapter 1 / Exercise 44
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Identify the similarities or differences between facts or examine the differences between ideas, facts, viewpoints, etc. Contrast Point out the differences between certain objects or characteristics. Criticise Point out the good and bad characteristics and give your own opinion after taking all the facts into account. Define Give a short and concise definition (i . e . a summary of essential properties) of a subject or topic. Describe Name the characteristics of an object or topic. You should do this in a logical, well-structured way. Discuss Discuss a topic by examining its various aspects. Use a critical approach. Evaluate Give your own opinion, using certain standards as a basis, about a topic.
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34 Explain Explain and clarify to ensure that the reader clearly understands you. Use illustrations, descriptions or simple but logical explanations.22Start your preparations in time so that you have the opportunity to do the necessary research, participate in study group discussions, revise notes, and so on. Refer to the earlier sections of this learning unit, especially the one on time management. Do not copy your friend’s or a group member’s work. Lecturers can easily see when a piece of work is duplicated, and this can be very irritating. It is also of course dishonest and can result in disciplinary action being taken against you. Remember that the purpose of the assignment is to make sure that you go through the work on your own and thus are ‘‘forced’’ to work through the various sections. Assignments may play a critical role in determining whether you proceed to the next level or not. This is especially the case as they make up your semester/year mark. Usually, your semester/year mark constitutes a percentage of your final mark. Check what the situation is with regard to the various courses you have enrolled for! (Read your Tutorial Letter 101 again!) Complete and send the assignment before the due date. If you are to send the assignment by post, give allowance of about three weeks between the date when you post it and the due date. Obviously, if you choose to submit online (via myUnisa)your assignment will reach the university instantly. Consult the relevant section or department of the university regarding the sending of assignments and related projects. Read your [email protected]booklet on assignments and mark-reading sheets. Assignments take various forms: mark-reading sheets (where normally multiple-choice questions are asked), discussion/problem-type questions, and questions where short and one-word answers are wanted.23In case of problem/discussion-type questions, make sure you stick to the required length of the essay. Your assignment should consist of three sections: an introduction, a body, anda conclusion. The introduction should be short outline the main argument, and focus on the question. The body is the main part of your assignment and will be the longest part of your essay. Develop your

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