Flipping the Script: Enhancing Research Writing Through Innovative Introduction Strategies


  • Lola Nazarova Gayratullayevna Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent




The traditional model of research paper writing often begins with a conventional and
somewhat predictable Introduction section. However, there is a growing interest in innovative
approaches to engage students and foster a deeper understanding of the research process. This study
investigates the effectiveness of flipping the traditional subject of the Introduction, emphasizing
creativity and engagement. A mixed-methods approach was employed to assess student learning
outcomes and perceptions of the flipped introduction strategy. Findings suggest that flipping the
subject of Introduction positively impacts student engagement and the quality of research writing.
Implications for research writing pedagogy are discussed.


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How to Cite

Gayratullayevna, L. N. . (2024). Flipping the Script: Enhancing Research Writing Through Innovative Introduction Strategies. International Journal of Language Learning and Applied Linguistics, 3(2), 5–9. https://doi.org/10.51699/ijllal.v3i2.3451