Structuring the Discussion (Part 1)
Why you need to be flexible about your format, how your audience, not just the complexity of the law, dictates how detailed you can be, and why headings and sub-heading are critical for your reader – and for you.
Last time, we noted that the work you do in structuring your issues has a considerable influence on the structure of your discussion section. We’ll explore that connection in this lesson and the next. Keep in mind that we’re still in the architect phase—we’re still crafting the skeletal outline that will guide us when we start to write. And once you begin to write, you’ll see that this is where your work as an architect really pays off.
I. Introducing the Discussion Section