Dr Jana Martiskova
By: Dominic Corey
Coursework in universities and schools differ in a way that students at universities have to utilize research skills to provide reasoning and construct practical outcomes against their coursework while school coursework are usually reports/essays. Whether students have to present a report or dissertation as coursework, the purpose of coursework writing remains the same i.e. knowledge enhancement.
Sometimes, students are being assigned coursework in groups in order to let them learn how to work with each other. As there are more chances of plagiarism in a group coursework; therefore, universities and schools prefer to assign individual coursework than a group coursework. There are also some easily accessible websites which allow students to copy and plagiarize the subject matter; consequently, students present the matter as level coursework.
You would have realized by now what students can be given as coursework. Dissertations, book reports and essays; all of the latter falls in the category of coursework; therefore, students either have to answer a research question through coursework writing or provide an opinion against a particular topic. In short, students have to present original ideas if they really want their coursework to standout.