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How do I write an Introduction for my PIP ?
Transcript of How do I write an Introduction for my PIP ?
So, it's time to begin the Introduction for my PIP and I can't get started !
It may seem a daunting task... However, these seven steps will get you there...
Breathe ! Start early, reflect on your work and consult your teacher for feedback
* What is your PIP about ?
* Why did you choose to investigate this topic area?
* What is your main hypothesis?
in other words: what are you trying to prove as a result of all your research?
* What methodologies have you used in this research and why?
* Justify your choice of research tools - what are their advantages and why are they the best ones for your research topic?
Your introduction should be 500 words long and :
* explain why you chose the topic
* present a hypothesis, *justify your methodologies *explain links to cross cultural components
* Explain how your PIP investigation will address the cross cultural component
* Explain how this cross-cultural perspective will allow you (the researcher), to empathise with the "other"
* Explain how this cross cultural study allows you to develop a view that is beyond your normal realm of experience.
* This paragraph concludes the introduction.
* Explain how this PIP "journey" will enhance both your investigative skills and your socio-cultural literacy
Steed, K. (n.d.). Guide to the Writing of the PIP. Retrieved