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英国毕业论文一般要写多久?

论文编号:lw202002292136542578 所属栏目:留学生毕业论文 发布日期:2020年03月08日 论文作者:无忧论文网

每到要英国院校毕业的时期,各届的留学生们都要完成一项在英国求学以来最重要的论文任务,那就是毕业论文dissertation。要想写出一篇让学校满意的毕业论文,同学们少不了经过一段时间的提前准备,这些准备包括思考要拟怎样的主题topic和基本论点、拟完主题后要确定一个大概的分析研究方法然后就开始收集论据资料,这些资料可能是来自你每天去泡的图书馆也可能是从外部书籍期刊上获取到的一二手信息,基础资料收集差不多了就可以动手写正式的毕业论文了。


一般来说,英国毕业论文的篇幅都要比以往平时的论文作业要长一些,字数一到两万,所以要写出这么长篇幅的毕业论文,同学们着着实实还是要花一些硬功夫的。那么英国毕业论文一般要写多久呢?时间上来说的说,在有一定前期准备的情况下,通常可以在2个月内完成毕业,当然你可以在一个月内完成的话当然是最理想的,最好不好超过两个月。


另外给大家一个建议,其实很多同学的毕业论文因为写的太匆忙或者虎头蛇尾导致时间上不够,所以多给自己设置一些提前量,毕业论文写起来就游刃有余了。如下是一篇不错的英国毕业论文供大家参考。


Reflections on Work Groups and Teams

 英国毕业论文要写多久

Abstract


This paper takes a reflective look at my key learning throughout the course and proposes action steps for me to implement the teaching into my daily life.  In the first section, I summarized my three main learning from the semester: reflection and critical thinking, national cultural dimensions, and team effectiveness (Levi, 2016).  Firstly, I explored the intertwined relationship between reflection and critical thinking.  In addition, I examined my organizational culture at my workplace and practice of public reflection in the office.  Then I compared Hofstede’s (2001) national dimensions between countries, especially the different conflict resolution approaches and the two cultures’ views on leadership personality traits.  I further connected and compared my two group experiences through the lens of team assessment.  I also drew support from my work team experiences to further examine the concept of team effectiveness.  In conclusion, the paper provides action steps to help me apply my learning, both at work and in the OLL cohort setting.


Keywords: reflection, critical thinking, national cultural dimensions, team effectiveness


Reflections on Work Groups and Teams


For people with a teachable spirit, learning and applying the newly obtained knowledge has always been an ongoing process.   The primary objective of the paper is to take the first steps of the journey to evaluate my key learning from this semester.  By starting with an in-depth look at the power of reflection and critical thinking, this paper walks through three concepts that impacted me the most from the course.  This paper further discusses practical approaches I could take to implement the learning into my everyday life.


Learning Highlights


Reflection and Critical Thinking


As one of the first theories we discussed, the ideas of reflection and critical thinking served as the learning foundation throughout the course.  Before I joined the Organizational Leadership and Learning (OLL) program, I proudly called myself a reflective person.  Back then, I viewed reflection as simply rumination and self-introspection.  After all the reflective exercises we did this semester, the concept of reflection now meant so much more than going over the event or new knowledge I had encountered in my mind.


Joseph Raelin (2001) defines reflection as “a practice of periodically stepping back to ponder the meaning to self and others in one’s immediate environment about what recently transpired” (p. 11).  For me, the act of reflection is intentional.  It requires one to deliberately pause then take a look back, to think about how and why of the event or new knowledge.  The next step of personal reflection involves bringing the discovery to the current stage of life; which leads to the next phase of learning – application.


Reflection often goes hand in hand with critical thinking.  According to the Center of Critical Thinking: “Critical thinking is the ability to think about one’s thinking in such a way as 1. To recognize its strengths and weaknesses and, as a result, 2. To recast the thinking in an improved form”(Glaser, 1996, para.6).  Part of the critical thinking process overlaps with reflection. Both practices require one to track the thinking process as a way to bring light to the current situation or decision.  In the ladder of inference TED video, Trevor Maber (2012) showcases people’s

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