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Research Guide To Writing a Paper
A guide to writing an effective, informative and accurate paper or thesis.
Reference Scientific Method Historical Methods MLA Inglish Reference
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Guide starts at the beginning with preparation strategies, and walks the reader through proper citation. It also includes:
1.Organizing your research in a manageable way
2.Evaluating online sources for credibility
3.Advanced search techniques to maximize search engines
Writing Techniques
1. Select an interesting narrow topic, a too broad topic can overwhelm you and the reader.
2. A unique topic will catch the eye of the reader.
3. Use a wide variety of verifiable sources, both primary and secondary in nature.
4. Follow the standards established by MLA.
5. Don't plagiarize or copy and paste others work, have the integrity and honor to create your own work!
6. Check and double check your grammar and spelling, many a fine piece of work has gone down in flames because of sloppy writing techniques (a good suggestion is to have a second party proof read your work).
7. Don't rely on Wikipedia and other online encyclopedia to be your primary source of information. They are great to give you a foundation of understanding your topic but most researchers rely on primary sources.
8. Follow the instructions given by the teacher or professor, his her requirements are what he or she will use to evaluate your work.
9. If you quote a source use "" marks and give a citation.
10. If given a deadline pace your work accordingly. A rushed paper is easily identifiable and will influence your score.
11. Use both the Historical and Scientific Method in your research, Varying from this style can be costly.