Last Friday I asked the students in my Technical Writing group what sentence they found the most difficult to write. They answered the same way all my writing students do every time I ask that question: the first one. Once they have got started they are usually able to continue, but it is writing thatMeer lezen over “Embrace the Cliche!”
Sometimes I drive my students mad. And I do it on purpose too. You see, instead of giving them answers to their questions, I give them more questions. I’ll give you an example. Student: “Please, Bob, should this trade-off table be included in the text or should I move it to the appendix?” Bob: “Well,Meer lezen over “Answer the questions or question the answers?”
Why bottom lines should be headlines.
When you divide your text into subsections you will have to make your reader understand what you are doing and what you are doing it for. This means that all sections at first and second level that you split up into subsections get an introduction. Third level sections usually don’t get an introduction as theyMeer lezen over “Section Intoductions: Tell Your Readers What to Expect”