It may be helpful to peruse a few previous dissertations to help see how the following structure can be adapted.It is usual to assume that the reader is familiar with material all your fellow students will be familiar with from the taught component (so you cannot assume your reader will know anything you have covered in an optional module).A four-chapter dissertation incorporates the literature review into the first chapter.
The type of project will dictate the content and structure of the following chapters and you should discuss this with your supervisor.
At the end of chapter 1, you should include a brief discussion of your view of the relationship between your project, and your degree programme.
In your discussion, you should mention any advantages or challenges created by this relationship. Literature review is a bit simplistic and it may be that you can title the chapter better, based on the particular type of project that you are doing.
The title the dissertation ends up with need not be the one it started with in the project choice stage more than a year earlier but it should be meaningful. The second page should be the following declaration: "All sentences or passages quoted in this report from other people's work have been specifically acknowledged by clear cross-referencing to author, work and page(s).
Any illustrations that are not the work of the author of this report have been used with the explicit permission of the originator and are specifically acknowledged.