Chronology of Steps in Writing Attestation Work

With an aspiration to create a comprehensive, concise attestation work with a sophisticated logical structure, the theoretical part of which, based on work with relevant information sources, will create a quality analytical view of the problem and simultaneous assumptions for the empirical part.

With an aspiration to create a coherent, concise attestation work with a sophisticated logical structure, the theoretical part of which, based on work with relevant information resources, will create a quality analytical view of the issue and simultaneous assumptions for the empirical part (which emphasizes scientific findings, innovation and practical recommendations of the author) it is extremely important to prepare a timetable whose purpose is to eliminate formal or content shortcomings, which in many cases are caused by the neglect of the time factor. So how do you logically and correctly proceed when writing an attestation work?

Choosing a topic appropriate to the author’s interest and abilities

This is a substantial step that requires time to consider, as the topic and the issue under consideration should not only be of particular interest to the author, but above all, the author needs some knowledge and knowledge of the field and therefore the choice is determined primarily by the employee’s trade union orientation. For this, we recommend:

  • To choose an issue that is up-to-date in nature and presupposes the creation of a space for the formulation of own conclusions and is useful in practice.
  • To choose the issue, whose essence the author clearly understands, which he is able to process at a quality professional level, and which corresponds to the professional or pedagogical activity of the author.
  • Evaluate the availability of relevant information sources on the subject. In this context, it is important to reach the most recent literary sources and not to limit yourself to professional home monographs or professional studies.

Likewise, it is essential to choose a pedagogical or professional problem

Avoid choosing a theme solely because of its attractiveness. The topic can be attractive enough for the author, but if there is no deeper knowledge and the ability to penetrate the subject matter, the level of content processing quality is eliminated.

Avoid the vague wording of topics that lie in a vague and inaccurate goal, with no connection to practice and the possibility of empirical verification.

Avoid the so-called. “Irrelevant issues.” It is important that the choice of a particular topic is meaningful, valuable and fully covered by methodology, didactics to address issues related to education, while stressing that innovation in vocational or pedagogical practice, the application of new modern in order to increase efficiency, it should clearly prevail over the descriptive nature of attestation work.

Avoid the so-called. “Conceptual synonymy”. The text becomes less clear and understandable when different terminology and diverse expressions are used to identify a phenomenon. This lack of conceptual plurality can cause terminological misunderstandings.

Choosing a topic cannot be underestimated, as the whole structure of the work depends strictly on the problem under investigation. Therefore, when selecting the thematic focus of the attestation work, we recommend the authors to solve several fundamental fundamental questions, which are striking for the process of writing the final thesis and correct its line of direction: What is the reason for the selection of the examined issue? What is the primary goal of attestation work? What methodological procedures will the author use to achieve the goal? What is the author’s attitude to the question (based on relevant argumentation)? What is his creative, innovative approach? What is the practical applicability of the work, resp. what does the author offer for practice?