Coursework is aimed at the formation of skills to find and analyze new information that is not included in the list of mandatory literature, and competently present the results of the study, has its own clear structure and requirements for registration. They must be read before writing and remembering until its completion. Because non-observance of the established standards can lead to a remake of the entire coursework or, even worse, to a lower score. In this material, we consider the general points of what is a coursework.
What is a coursework?
The writing style is scientific. You must avoid endless sentences, long paragraphs. Sentences are impersonal, the pronoun “I” is not used (“we” is recommended if necessary). We give an example of the scientific style of presentation from the coursework in psychology: “If we treat a family as a dynamic system, then it’s entirely normal that spousal relationships go through certain stages of development that are accompanied by conflicts.”
With regard to work, remember that according to the standard, the total volume of the exchange rate should be 25-30 pages with an introduction, the main part (2 parts – theoretical and practical) and conclusion. In addition, it includes: title page, content and list of references. In turn, the list of references should include at least 30-40 sources used.
Header design of what is a coursework
According to the existing standards, the “coursework” should be printed in 12 pt (14 pt headers) with an interval of 1.5 between lines, indents: 1.5 cm on the right, 3 cm on the left, 2 cm on the top and on the bottom. number at the top, in the center: taking into account the “title” and content (not numbered), the numbering begins with the introduction (usually 3 pages). The headings of the main chapters (centered) are recommended to be capitalized (capitalized) letters, and subsections – 14 pt, capitalized. In both cases, bold. There is a missing line between the title and the main text. There should be no hyphenation in the headers, no end points should be made. The new section begins with a new page, the same applies to subsections.
CHAPTER 1. THEORETICAL JUSTIFICATION CONCEPT “CONFLICT”
IN DIFFERENT SCIENCES OF SCIENCE
1.1 Theoretical analysis of scientific literature on the problem of conflict