The structure of the seminar work is clearly given regardless of the topic. You will certainly find the specific desired form of work in your school’s methodological guidelines – in general, whether you are drawing, counting or disassembling your favorite book, there must be no introduction, no state and no conclusion. In order for everything to be okay as well as authorship, you should not forget about the list of used literature and, of course, the appropriate reference in the text.

If you want to get some plus points, you can add attachments, cover page and content. Always outline the outline of the work before you start writing – it will help you to better orient in the structure and fulfill all the requirements.

Introduction

Introduction is a very important part of every seminar work. There should be an outline of the discussed topic as well as the formulation of research questions and the goal to which you will work at work. In the introduction, you can also mention why you are dealing with the topic and what it is up to. In addition, it is appropriate to indicate how the work will be structured, what the chapters will contain, and what investigations you will be doing.

State

The main and longest part of each work is the state, which should be divided into a theoretical and a practical part. In the theoretical part, it is appropriate to work with resources, to give expert opinions on the given issue and to present the topic as best as possible – in the theoretical part there is a lot of need to explain, quote and prepare readers for the content of the practical part. This should then provide specific information for your own research.

Conclusion

Often a very underrated but equally important part of the work is the conclusion. Here you get space to summarize results and answer research questions. At the end, evaluate whether the goal of the work set out in its introduction has been fulfilled and what you have done in the job or what problems you have had to deal with when writing it.

References

There should be no clear list of literature in any resource-based work. If it doesn’t include it, it can be evaluated as plagiarism, which will only give you a lot of problems instead of a good assessment. Of course, the use of bibliographic citations in the text is associated with the list of literature.

Attachments

You can get plus points for appropriately used attachments. However, the word “appropriately” is important in this case. Attachments must be 100% relevant to the topic of work. Related charts, tables, sketches, or a variety of background papers (eg contracts) are positively evaluated. Be sure not to overdo it with randomly selected illustration images. The seminar paper should definitely not contain more than the text in it.

Title Page and Content

In some cases, the cover page is not required. However, adding it will definitely never spoil anything (so if the teacher’s instructions you have received do not say anything else). The title page should include your name, field of study, subject, topic of work and also the current academic year. If this is a more extensive work, you can add a brief content to add clarity to it.