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  1. English 10 Grammar & Writing #24Mr. Rinka Research Paper 2 TOEFL Vocabulary List #19

  2. Steps to Writing a Research Paper Deciding on a topic Asking a question Writing a thesis Statement Researching your topic Outlining your paper Writing your paper Editing your paper

  3. Thesis Statement After you have decided on the question to answer, create a Thesis Statement that you think will help answer this question. The Thesis Statement will contain 3 Prongs each of which will contain 3 Sub- prongs. You will research these prongs.

  4. Research Paper Example Topic: Stress Question: What do I need to know to understand the impact of stress on life. Thesis Statement: In order for the people to understand stress, one needs to know what causes stress, what effects stress has on people and how can stress be alleviated.

  5. Writing a Research Paperhttp://www.mwcc.edu/services/asc/resources.html Research Paper Structure

  6. Introductory Paragraph with Hook, Explanation and your THESIS STATEMENT 1ST Point (A) 2nd Point (B) 3rd Point (C) Detail 1A Detail 1B Detail 1C Detail 2B Detail 2A Detail 2C Detail 3C Detail 3A Detail 3B Concluding paragraph restating Thesis Statement. Reviewing Major Point. Memorable closing.

  7. Introductory Paragraph with Hook, Explanation and your THESIS STATEMENT The first paragraph of a research paper is the introductory paragraph. It should: start with a Hook (quote, eye-opening facts or statistics, short anecdote, etc) A further explanation of the hook Thesis Statement contain 5 – 8 sentences

  8. Each of three prongs begins with a transitional statement and mini-thesis statement. 1ST Point (A) Each detail is a separate paragraph that addresses the points made in the prong introduction. When writing the paragraphs follow the paragraph format: Topic Sentence Supporting Details Concluding Sentence Detail 1A Detail 2A Detail 3A

  9. Concluding paragraph Restating Thesis Statement, Reviewing Major Points, & Strong Closing. The concluding paragraph of the research paper should: restate your thesis paper in different words summarize your three main points end with a strong statement contain 5- 8 sentences

  10. Research Paper Example Topic: Stress Question: What do I need to know to understand the impact of stress on life. Thesis Statement: In order for the people to understand stress, one needs to know what causes stress, what effects stress has on people and how can stress be alleviated.

  11. What causes stress, what effects stress has on people and how can stress be alleviated #1 causes #2 effects #3 treatment 1A Life events 2A physical 3A lifestyle 2B psychological 1B occupation 3B physical 3C psychological 1C lifestyle 2C relationship Concluding paragraph restating thesis statement. Reviewing Major Point. Memorable closing.

  12. Research Bibliography Cards Note Cards Outline

  13. Bibliography Cards Source # Bibliographic entry

  14. Note Cards Source # Prong# & Letter One fact or two very closely related facts Page #

  15. Research Paper Example http://www.dianahacker.com/pdfs/Hacker-Daly-MLA.pdf

  16. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Book with one author or editor: Author’s Last Name, First name. Title of the Book.Place of Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication. Bell, Steven.How to Write an Excellent Research Paper. New York City: Taft Publishing, 2005.

  17. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Book with two authors or editors: Author’s Last Name, First Name and next Author’s First Name and Last Name. Title of the Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication. Bohlman, Herbert M., and Mary Jane Dundas. The Legal, Ethical and International Environment of Business. 5th ed. Cincinnati, OH: West, 2002.

  18. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Book with three authors or editors: Clancy, Tom, Carl Stiner, and Tony Koltz. Shadow Warriors: Inside the Special Forces. New York: Putnam, 2002. Author’s Last Name, First Name, 2ndAuthor’s First Name and Last Name, 3rd Author’s First name and Last Name. Title of the Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication.

  19. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Book with more than three authors or editors: Nelson, Miriam E., et al. Strong Women and Men Beat Arthritis. New York: Perigee, 2003. Author’s Last Name, First Name. et al. Title of the Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication.

  20. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Work in an anthology with one or more editors and/or compilers: Fox, Charles James. "Liberty Is Order, Liberty Is Strength." What Is a Man?3,000 Years of Wisdom on the Art of Manly Virtue. Ed. Waller R. Newell.New York: Harper, 2001. 306-7. Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of the Selection.” Title of Anthology. Editor’s Name. Place of Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication. Pages of selection.

  21. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Article in an popular encyclopedia: Kibby, Michael W. "Dyslexia." World Book Encyclopedia. 2000 ed. Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of the Selection.” Title of Encyclopedia. Edition date.

  22. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Article in an less known encyclopedia: Midge, T. "Powwows." Encyclopedia of North American Indians. Ed. D.L. Birchfield. 11 vols. New York: Cavendish, 1997. Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of the Selection.” Title of Encyclopedia. Editor’s Name. # of volumes. Place of Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication.

  23. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Article in a magazine, journal, periodical, newsletter, or newspaper: Hewitt, Ben. "Quick Fixes for Everyday Disasters." Popular Mechanics.Nov. 2004: 83-88. Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of the Selection.” Title of Encyclopedia. Date of Publication: Page #’s.

  24. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Interview: Wyse, Randall. Personal interview. 24 July 2005. Interviewee’s Last Name, First Name. Type of Interview. Date of Interview.

  25. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 Basic components of an Internet citation: 1) Author.  2) "Title of Article, Web page or site" in quotation marks.  3) Title of Magazine, Journal, Newspaper, Newsletter, Book, Encyclopedia, or Project, underlined.  4) Editor of Project.  5) Indicate type of material, e.g. advertisement, cartoon, clipart, electronic card, interview, map, online posting, photograph, working paper, etc. if not obvious. 

  26. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 6) Date of article, of Web page or site creation, revision, posting, last update, or date last modified.  7) Group, association, name of forum, sponsor responsible for Web page or Web site.  8) Access date (the date you accessed the Web page or site).  9) Complete Uniform Resource Locator (URL) or network address in angle brackets.

  27. Bibliography Entrieshttp://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1 http://www.aresearchguide.com/12biblio.html#1

  28. Web Citation Helper http://citationmachine.net/index2.php?reqstyleid=1&mode=form&reqsrcid=MLAReference&more=yes&nameCnt=1

  29. Writing a Research Paperhttp://www.mwcc.edu/services/asc/resources.html Your research paper you must be 6 – 8 pages and draw from at least 6 sources that include a book, periodical, internet site, and interview. You can use more than 6 sources

  30. My Example The following information, and all information on my examples, is fictitious.

  31. Research Paper Example Topic: Stress Question: What do I need to know to understand the impact of stress on life. Thesis Statement: In order for the people to understand stress, one needs to know what causes stress, what effects stress has on people and how can stress be alleviated.

  32. what causes stress, what effects stress has on people and how can stress be alleviated #1 causes #2 effects #3 treatment 1A Life events 2A physical 3A lifestyle 2B psychological 1B occupation 3B physical 3C psychological 1C lifestyle 2C relationship Concluding paragraph restating thesis statement. Reviewing Major Point. Memorable closing.

  33. Research Paper Outline I Introduction A. Hook B. Explanation C. Thesis Statement

  34. Research Paper Outline II Transitional Paragraph – 1st Prong A. Topic Sentence with transitional words B. Mini thesis statement – Sub-prongs

  35. Research Paper Outline III Sub-prong 1A A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  36. Research Paper Outline IV Sub-prong 1B A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  37. Research Paper Outline V Sub-prong 1C A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  38. Research Paper Outline VI Transitional Paragraph – 2nd Prong A. Topic Sentence with transitional words B. Mini thesis statement – Sub-prongs

  39. Research Paper Outline VII Sub-prong 2A A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  40. Research Paper Outline VIII Sub-prong 2B A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  41. Research Paper Outline IX Sub-prong 2C A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  42. Research Paper Outline X Transitional Paragraph – 3rd Prong A. Topic Sentence with transitional words B. Mini thesis statement – Sub-prongs

  43. Research Paper Outline XI Sub-prong 3A A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  44. Research Paper Outline XII Sub-prong 3B A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  45. Research Paper Outline XIII Sub-prong 3C A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Detail #1 1. Information 2. Information C. Supporting Detail #2 1. Information 2. Information D. Conclusion with transition

  46. Research Paper Outline XIV Concluding Paragraph A. Restate Thesis in different words B. Summarize Prongs C. Strong, impressionable ending

  47. Writing a Research Paper Things to remember when doing research: More is always better. Make sure cards are complete. Use your own words in noting facts. Color-coding can help with organization. Do not number note cards until you have the final order determined. Do not put a lot of facts on one note card.

  48. Bibliography Cards Source #1 Stevens, James. Stress: A Modern Plague. Chicago: McDouglas Publications, 2009.

  49. Bibliography Cards Source #2 Henson, Robert. “Dealing with Stress in Our Lives.“ Modern Health June. 2010: 73-78.

  50. Bibliography Cards Source #3 Mason, Dr. William. Personal interview. 24 May 2010.