Find Your Style
You may have read a number of articles before you could start writing your dissertation. Work out how the arguments in the articles need to be presented. Collect good instances of correct punctuation and grammar. See how the authors, whose articles you have read, have presented their works and see whether you can apply the arguments to your own writing. You would need to break the paragraphs into subheadings. Avoid any form of repetition. Watch out for any phrases or words that have been repeated and remove them.
Support your sentences using certain sentences from the research works of others and give them a structure. Details and elaborations could be easily added to the subsequent sentences. It would be a mistake to think that the longer the sentence you form is, the cleverer your dissertation would look. No matter how small each sentence is, it would form a positive impression on your readers. However, if you decide to add longer sentences to your dissertation, it would be more difficult for your readers to grasp the central idea. Try to seal the gaps in the ideas if any.
Even if you have written your original ideas in your dissertation, you might also want to refer to the ideas of the others. Your dissertation should evaluate the ideas of the other authors critically and identify the problem areas of your research. You could also use the works of the others to back up your argument. This will help you to successfully write your dissertation.