Link your paragraphs to help guide your reader through your arguments, using words and phrases such as, Insert citations as you write up the main body of your essay.
This means giving credit to the author of the book, journal, website or other source, where you found the information.
Once you have carried out sufficient research, revise your plan and work out how you are going to answer the question.
Narrow down your information into several main points and aim to write a paragraph about each.
Start with core texts which have been recommended and then widen you search using the UHI library catalogue.
When using books, you can use the index to help you find what you are looking for.
Your introduction is one short paragraph, just a sentence or two, that states your thesis (your main idea) and introduces your reader to your topic.
After your title, this is your next best chance to hook your reader.
You don't need a lot, just two or three for each one.
Write a paragraph about each of these key points, using the information you've pulled from your notes.