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Micaela H. USE AN outline! It helps you to stay on track and not leave anything out. Give yourself time to do several drafts, so don't procrastinate! Re-read your multiple times. You can almost always find a way to improve the paper. Have at least 1 or 2 people read your paper before you are.
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For example - my claim: I think that the infant mortality ratewill be reduced by training community health workers to educate parents about fever management Think about how you know that your claim is correct? Is it anecdotal evidence based on personal experience working in the community/health service, or based on experience as a community member seeing great the behaviour of others? Is it your opinion? Do others have a similar opinion or a different opinion? But it is not a subject that has be.