In the introduction of a literature review, you should:
In the body of a literature review, you should:
In the conclusion of a literature review, you should:
Revision and proofreading are critical parts of the writing process. As you're preparing your literature review, you will need to revise and rewrite many times.
When reviewing your content for revision, make sure your information is presented clearly, at the right time, and with sufficient depth, detail and relevance for the purpose of your work. Make sure that there is no irrelevant information included.
Questions to ask as you're revising content:
Your reader should be able to easily follow the logic of how you present information.
Questions to ask as you're revising structure:
Sentences can be different lengths, but each sentence should focus on one point or idea as clearly and concisely as possible.
Questions to ask when revising clarity:
After you've written, rewritten, and then rewritten your literature review again, check to make sure you have: