First, how to begin writing term papers is choosing the topic. If we talk about literature, the theme may be the work of a poet or a writer, literary genre, style, literary period (Silver age, Golden age, etc.). If you have chosen to study a specific period, to illustrate its features better in a specific example, for example "the originality of the poetry of the 60's as an example of creativity of Andrey Voznesensky".
Once you have decided on a topic, begin to plan future work. Typically, coursework consists of two chapters: theoretical and practical. In the first Chapter you disassembled the entire theory associated with your topic, and secondly, analyze the studied phenomenon on any plan. Sometimes it is needed to allocate another Chapter is analytical. It tells the story of the place in the modern scientific world is the phenomenon of your study, what approaches can be used to study it.
Next you need to write an introduction to a term paper. It is necessary to justify the importance of your chosen topic, explain your goals and objectives. For example, the goal is to identify the main features of poetry of the 60s. to achieve this goal, you need to perform the following tasks: to learn the history and poetry of the 60s, to explore the poetic texts of the main representatives of this direction, to identify features characteristic of the work of all authors of the period. Also in the introduction you can specify, on the works of some of literature you relied in their work.
In the course of work, after each Chapter and paragraph make small interim findings. When the time comes to write conclusion, list it all the conclusions made above. In the last paragraph, your conclusion will summarize all your conclusions. All chapters and paragraphs should be linked. The course should look as a single text. For a bunch of parts you can use such momentum, "From the previous Chapter it is clear...", "In this section of their research..." etc. do Not use the pronoun "I" in the course of this work decided to write "we" (meaning the student and supervisor).
The list of references should be sufficiently large and solid. It is possible to specify not only the sources that were used when writing the work, but also books that could theoretically be useful. A list is provided in alphabetical order. First books, then Newspapers and magazines, and then links to electronic sources. Guests on the list change very often. Before you compose your bibliography, consult with the scientific adviser about how to make sources.