A paper is made up of a number of paragraphs of varying length, and paragraph structure is a mini version of the whole paper.
In this video, we will go through some useful tips on structuring effective paragraphs when writing your academic paper.
Here is the example paragraph we refer to throughout this Infobite video. You may also download the pdf version of this example paragraph.
This series of short but informative videos is written by our Assistant Chief Editor, Dr Rachel Baron, based on her academic background and years of professional experience in helping non-native English-speaking researchers succeed in publishing. It consists of 20 individual video clips covering useful tips to improve the presentation and delivery of your journal paper. A new Infobite will be published around every 2-3 weeks across 2019.
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