if you are doing a comparison study) that you might want to work with, preferably something that is aligned with your major or future line of work. 

Briefly describe the dataset and outline what you might want to do with that dataset, i.e. research questions such as “Jane Austen uses more auxiliary verbs than Charlotte Bronte” or “Poverty in the US is more closely linked to socioeconomic status than ethnicity or level of education” or “Happiness correlates highly with levels of press freedom”. Your research questions or “null hypotheses” do not have to be true, but they should be something that you can investigate and measure using the dataset(s) you have chosen. And finally, think about what tools and resources you might need for this project. For tools and resources, I recommend using •

 TagAnt • AntConc Please refer the examples that Ive attached and the format of the order should be like this 1 Introduction This is where you introduce the paper.

 What are you writing about and why? 

What are you trying to achieve?

 How are you going to do that? 

Example text to show that indentation is fully automatic. Section 1 usually ends in a short overview of your paper structure. 2 Background This is the theoretical background section. remember to use proper academic references. To cite in text use: Dickinson et al. (2012) or: (Dickinson et al., 2012) where applicable. 

3 Data and Method This is where you tell the reader what kind of data you’re working with. 1 Figure 1: Plutchik’s wheel of emotions This is also where you tell the reader about what methods you use. How and why. 

4 Results In the results se​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‌‌‌‍‍​ction you present your findings. usually the results section is not a place for speculation or conclusions about what your findings might mean.