Although this is usually an underestimated part of the work, it is very often the most important thing for the teacher to focus on the most important seminar work.
It is always necessary to maintain the formal introduction and conclusion and briefly introduce the topic
Both the introduction and the conclusion should be clearly separated from the rest of the text and thus not merge with the essence. The range should then depend on the type of work and also its scope, but at least 500 characters, including spaces. The ideal range is then half the page.
Neither the purpose of the introduction nor the conclusion is to set out definite definitions, but rather to define briefly and clearly the aim of the work.
The introduction principle is to set the goal of the seminar work
When writing the introduction, we should ask questions like: What will be the seminar paper dealt with? What is the goal of the seminar paper? What is the benefit of the seminar paper? It is important to clearly define the objective and also to state why we have chosen this issue and in what context we will deal with it. It is necessary to set the goal as accurately as possible, to have a concrete form and to be easy to understand. There is no space for a general phrase. It is also appropriate to state the reason for our choice, which is often associated with personal interests and preferences. Be sure to mention it.
On the contrary, the conclusion should evaluate the fulfillment of the objective
The conclusion of the thesis should evaluate the whole seminar work and also the chosen topic of the work. It should indicate what we have been dealing with in the individual chapters, what we have found out, and whether we have met the goal set in the introduction. Do not be afraid to critically evaluate whether you have found unforeseen facts or work to other facts as part of the processing, but the rule remains that the goal should always be fulfilled to some extent.