Join Judy Steiner-Williams for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Writing Research Papers.
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…Ernest Hemingway said, it's none of their business that you have to learn to write.…Let them think you were born that way.…So now I hope you've learned that what has to happen between not…having even a general idea for your research paper.…And submitting a polished well researched, well written final project.…Knowing all those steps and stages and realizing the time and…effort involved can be overwhelming.…And probably won't make you eager for that next research paper project.…
But, it may help you make the task easier therefore, less stressful.…However, you need to keep the big picture in mind.…As the cliché says, as the end of that writing tunnel.…Then chunk each separate stage or part into smaller, more manageable elements.…In addition, give yourself enough time to focus on each step.…If you have been able to choose a topic of interest to you,…you might not only be able to produce that high-quality final paper.…But also, you might even actually enjoy learning more about your topic.…
And appreciate having a research paper writing process to follow.…
- Understanding the different types of research papers
- Researching the topic
- Brainstorming your focus
- Developing a thesis statement
- Writing topic sentences
- Composing a title
- Using a style guide
- Formatting your paper
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Examining Types of Research Papers
2. Preparing to Write
3. Writing the Paper
4. Citing Sources
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