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Writing A Research Paper In 10 Easy Steps

Writing a Research Paper with Ease

What’s in store!
 Why learn about research papers?
 Step 1: Think
 Step 2: Find
 Step 3: Read
 Step 4: Brai...

Why would I want to know how to write a research paper?
Learning to write a research paper can be helpful l...

Step 1: Think Asking yourself key questions will help you write a good paper and enj...

Step 2: Find Finding as much information as possible is the key to writing a research paper…So start ...

Step 3: Read and Take Notes Read the information before and while you write your pa...

Step 4: Brainstorm
 Organize your information into sections
 Make a chart
 Write down notes
 See what is importa...

Step 5: Thesis
 A thesis is the main thing that you want to prove in your paper.
 It should be one or two sentences ...

Step 6: Introduction
 Draws the reader in
 Tells them what Click here to learn they will be ...

Step 7: Body
 You should have at least one paragraph for each article researched
 Each paragraph should have at least
...

Step 8: Conclusion
 You’re almost done!
 A conclusion wraps up your paper
 You should NOT introduce anything new
...

Step 9: Works Cited
Because you are researching documents to
use in your paper, you will need to cite
them. The documents ...

Step 10: Grammar and Spelling
 1. Read your paper aloud ◦ This will help you see if the paper flows
 2. Proofread ...

Stay Consistent!
 Make sure you speak through the same tense throughout the paper ◦ Past ◦ Present ◦ Fu...

Plagiarism and Quotations
 Plagiarism can cause you to fail the class or get expelled!
 IT IS SERIOUS!
 To avoid plag...

Plagiarism and Quotations
 When citing work, not only do you need a Works Cited page, but you need to quote within yo...

Title  It’s usually easier to think of one after writing the introduction  If you’re stuck, ask a ...

Header and Footer
A Header usually includes:
 Your name
 The Teacher
 The Class
 The Date
A Footer usually includes:
...

Frustrated?
There are many books and websites made to
help you with problems you may have.
These have tips with examples t...

YOU’RE DONE!

Resources
 Purdue Owl: ◦ http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu/
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Writing A Research Paper In 10 Easy Steps

  1. 1.
    Writing a Research
    Paper with Ease

  2. 2.

    What’s in store!
     Why learn about research papers?
     Step 1: Think
     Step 2: Find
     Step 3: Read
     Step 4: Brainstorm
     Step 5: Thesis
     Step 6: Introduction
     Step 7: Body
     Step 8: Conclusion
     Step 9: Works Cited
     Step 10: Spelling and Grammar
     Stay Consistent
     Plagiarism and Quotations
     Continuation of Plagiarism and Quotations
     Title
     Header and Footer
     Frustrated?
     You’re done!

  3. 3.

    Why would I want to know how
    to write a research paper?
    Learning to write a
    research paper
    can be helpful
    later in life
     For a future class
     College
     Career
     To learn more on
    a subject

  4. 4.

    Step 1: Think
    Asking yourself key
    questions will help you
    write a good paper and
    enjoy doing it!
     Which class is this for?
     What are the
    guidelines?
     What are you interested
    in?
     Do you think you will be
    able to find a lot of
    information?

  5. 5.

    Step 2: Find
    Finding as much information as possible is the
    key to writing a research paper…So start
    looking!
     Newspaper articles
     Journals
     Internet
     Books

  6. 6.

    Step 3: Read and Take Notes
    Read the information
    before and while you
    write your paper.
    This will keep the
    information new in
    your mind while you
    write. If you take
    notes while reading,
    you will remember
    what is important to
    the paper.

  7. 7.

    Step 4: Brainstorm
     Organize your
    information into
    sections
     Make a chart
     Write down notes
     See what is
    important and what
    can be taken out

  8. 8.

    Step 5: Thesis
     A thesis is the main thing that you
    want to prove in your paper.
     It should be one or two sentences
    long.
     It should go near the end of your
    introduction paragraph.
     It let’s the reader know what the rest
    of the paper is about.
     Without it, you do NOT have a
    research paper.

  9. 9.

    Step 6: Introduction
     Draws the reader
    in
     Tells them what
    Click here to learn
    they will be
    reading about about the parts of a
    paragraph. This is
     First sentence
    MUST be for college students
    interesting-find a but it will help you
    fact, ask a too!
    question, or use a
    quote
     Should be about
    five sentences

  10. 10.

    Step 7: Body
     You should have at least one
    paragraph for each article researched
     Each paragraph should have at least
    five sentences
     If you repeat something that the
    author said, you MUST cite it (you will
    learn more about this later)

  11. 11.

    Step 8: Conclusion
     You’re almost done!
     A conclusion wraps
    up your paper
     You should NOT
    introduce anything
    new
     Using one sentence
    about each
    paragraph, summari
    ze what you talked
    about
     Try to connect the
    last sentence with
    your very first
    sentence

  12. 12.

    Step 9: Works Cited
    Because you are researching documents to
    use in your paper, you will need to cite
    them. The documents will need to be put
    onto their own separate page and put into
    order using MLA. MLA is a way that a
    paper can be organized. This means that
    you will have this set up for books:
    Lastname, Firstname. Title of Book.
    Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of
    Publication.

  13. 13.

    Step 10: Grammar and Spelling
     1. Read your paper aloud
    ◦ This will help you see if the paper flows
     2. Proofread your paper for grammar
    mistakes
     3. Let a friend edit your paper
     4. Read it one more time
     Remember! The more times you read
    it, the better the paper will be!

  14. 14.

    Stay Consistent!
     Make sure you speak through the same
    tense throughout the paper
    ◦ Past
    ◦ Present
    ◦ Future
     If you’re doing your paper for a history
    class, ALWAYS use past tense

  15. 15.

    Plagiarism and Quotations
     Plagiarism can cause you to fail the
    class or get expelled!
     IT IS SERIOUS!
     To avoid plagiarism, cite the author’s
    work

  16. 16.

    Plagiarism and Quotations
     When citing work, not only do you
    need a Works Cited page, but you
    need to quote within your paper
     To use MLA quotations:
    ◦ “quote” (Author, page number).
     Quoting is easy and only takes
    minutes, use it to avoid getting
    expelled

  17. 17.

    Title
     It’s usually easier to
    think of one after
    writing the
    introduction
     If you’re stuck, ask a
    friend to read your
    paper
     Think of one of two
    things:
    ◦ Do you want it catchy
    or informative
    ◦ Pick only one

  18. 18.

    Header and Footer
    A Header usually includes:
     Your name
     The Teacher
     The Class
     The Date
    A Footer usually includes:
     The page number

  19. 19.

    Frustrated?
    There are many books and websites made to
    help you with problems you may have.
    These have tips with examples that may give
    a boost to your writing. Click on the picture
    for help!

  20. 20.

    YOU’RE DONE!

  21. 21.

    Resources
     Purdue Owl:
    ◦ http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu/
     Time for Kids:
    ◦ http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK/english/

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Writing A Research Paper In 10 Easy Steps

Writing a Research Paper with Ease

What’s in store!
 Why learn about research papers?
 Step 1: Think
 Step 2: Find
 Step 3: Read
 Step 4: Brai...

Why would I want to know how to write a research paper?
Learning to write a research paper can be helpful l...

Step 1: Think Asking yourself key questions will help you write a good paper and enj...

Step 2: Find Finding as much information as possible is the key to writing a research paper…So start ...

Step 3: Read and Take Notes Read the information before and while you write your pa...

Step 4: Brainstorm
 Organize your information into sections
 Make a chart
 Write down notes
 See what is importa...

Step 5: Thesis
 A thesis is the main thing that you want to prove in your paper.
 It should be one or two sentences ...

Step 6: Introduction
 Draws the reader in
 Tells them what Click here to learn they will be ...

Step 7: Body
 You should have at least one paragraph for each article researched
 Each paragraph should have at least
...

Step 8: Conclusion
 You’re almost done!
 A conclusion wraps up your paper
 You should NOT introduce anything new
...

Step 9: Works Cited
Because you are researching documents to
use in your paper, you will need to cite
them. The documents ...

Step 10: Grammar and Spelling
 1. Read your paper aloud ◦ This will help you see if the paper flows
 2. Proofread ...

Stay Consistent!
 Make sure you speak through the same tense throughout the paper ◦ Past ◦ Present ◦ Fu...

Plagiarism and Quotations
 Plagiarism can cause you to fail the class or get expelled!
 IT IS SERIOUS!
 To avoid plag...

Plagiarism and Quotations
 When citing work, not only do you need a Works Cited page, but you need to quote within yo...

Title  It’s usually easier to think of one after writing the introduction  If you’re stuck, ask a ...

Header and Footer
A Header usually includes:
 Your name
 The Teacher
 The Class
 The Date
A Footer usually includes:
...

Frustrated?
There are many books and websites made to
help you with problems you may have.
These have tips with examples t...

YOU’RE DONE!

Resources
 Purdue Owl: ◦ http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu/
 Time for Kids: ◦ http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK...
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    Thank you for sharing this interesting information here. Great post. And I agree with you that it is really hardly to find a student who enjoys executing college assignments. All these processes require spending much time and efforts, that is why i recommend all the students use the professional writing service DigitalEssay.net Good luck.

      


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Writing A Research Paper In 10 Easy Steps

  1. 1.
    Writing a Research
    Paper with Ease

  2. 2.

    What’s in store!
     Why learn about research papers?
     Step 1: Think
     Step 2: Find
     Step 3: Read
     Step 4: Brainstorm
     Step 5: Thesis
     Step 6: Introduction
     Step 7: Body
     Step 8: Conclusion
     Step 9: Works Cited
     Step 10: Spelling and Grammar
     Stay Consistent
     Plagiarism and Quotations
     Continuation of Plagiarism and Quotations
     Title
     Header and Footer
     Frustrated?
     You’re done!

  3. 3.

    Why would I want to know how
    to write a research paper?
    Learning to write a
    research paper
    can be helpful
    later in life
     For a future class
     College
     Career
     To learn more on
    a subject

  4. 4.

    Step 1: Think
    Asking yourself key
    questions will help you
    write a good paper and
    enjoy doing it!
     Which class is this for?
     What are the
    guidelines?
     What are you interested
    in?
     Do you think you will be
    able to find a lot of
    information?

  5. 5.

    Step 2: Find
    Finding as much information as possible is the
    key to writing a research paper…So start
    looking!
     Newspaper articles
     Journals
     Internet
     Books

  6. 6.

    Step 3: Read and Take Notes
    Read the information
    before and while you
    write your paper.
    This will keep the
    information new in
    your mind while you
    write. If you take
    notes while reading,
    you will remember
    what is important to
    the paper.

  7. 7.

    Step 4: Brainstorm
     Organize your
    information into
    sections
     Make a chart
     Write down notes
     See what is
    important and what
    can be taken out

  8. 8.

    Step 5: Thesis
     A thesis is the main thing that you
    want to prove in your paper.
     It should be one or two sentences
    long.
     It should go near the end of your
    introduction paragraph.
     It let’s the reader know what the rest
    of the paper is about.
     Without it, you do NOT have a
    research paper.

  9. 9.

    Step 6: Introduction
     Draws the reader
    in
     Tells them what
    Click here to learn
    they will be
    reading about about the parts of a
    paragraph. This is
     First sentence
    MUST be for college students
    interesting-find a but it will help you
    fact, ask a too!
    question, or use a
    quote
     Should be about
    five sentences

  10. 10.

    Step 7: Body
     You should have at least one
    paragraph for each article researched
     Each paragraph should have at least
    five sentences
     If you repeat something that the
    author said, you MUST cite it (you will
    learn more about this later)

  11. 11.

    Step 8: Conclusion
     You’re almost done!
     A conclusion wraps
    up your paper
     You should NOT
    introduce anything
    new
     Using one sentence
    about each
    paragraph, summari
    ze what you talked
    about
     Try to connect the
    last sentence with
    your very first
    sentence

  12. 12.

    Step 9: Works Cited
    Because you are researching documents to
    use in your paper, you will need to cite
    them. The documents will need to be put
    onto their own separate page and put into
    order using MLA. MLA is a way that a
    paper can be organized. This means that
    you will have this set up for books:
    Lastname, Firstname. Title of Book.
    Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of
    Publication.

  13. 13.

    Step 10: Grammar and Spelling
     1. Read your paper aloud
    ◦ This will help you see if the paper flows
     2. Proofread your paper for grammar
    mistakes
     3. Let a friend edit your paper
     4. Read it one more time
     Remember! The more times you read
    it, the better the paper will be!

  14. 14.

    Stay Consistent!
     Make sure you speak through the same
    tense throughout the paper
    ◦ Past
    ◦ Present
    ◦ Future
     If you’re doing your paper for a history
    class, ALWAYS use past tense

  15. 15.

    Plagiarism and Quotations
     Plagiarism can cause you to fail the
    class or get expelled!
     IT IS SERIOUS!
     To avoid plagiarism, cite the author’s
    work

  16. 16.

    Plagiarism and Quotations
     When citing work, not only do you
    need a Works Cited page, but you
    need to quote within your paper
     To use MLA quotations:
    ◦ “quote” (Author, page number).
     Quoting is easy and only takes
    minutes, use it to avoid getting
    expelled

  17. 17.

    Title
     It’s usually easier to
    think of one after
    writing the
    introduction
     If you’re stuck, ask a
    friend to read your
    paper
     Think of one of two
    things:
    ◦ Do you want it catchy
    or informative
    ◦ Pick only one

  18. 18.

    Header and Footer
    A Header usually includes:
     Your name
     The Teacher
     The Class
     The Date
    A Footer usually includes:
     The page number

  19. 19.

    Frustrated?
    There are many books and websites made to
    help you with problems you may have.
    These have tips with examples that may give
    a boost to your writing. Click on the picture
    for help!

  20. 20.

    YOU’RE DONE!

  21. 21.

    Resources
     Purdue Owl:
    ◦ http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu/
     Time for Kids:
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Writing A Research Paper In 10 Easy Steps

Writing a Research Paper with Ease

What’s in store!
 Why learn about research papers?
 Step 1: Think
 Step 2: Find
 Step 3: Read
 Step 4: Brai...

Why would I want to know how to write a research paper?
Learning to write a research paper can be helpful l...

Step 1: Think Asking yourself key questions will help you write a good paper and enj...

Step 2: Find Finding as much information as possible is the key to writing a research paper…So start ...

Step 3: Read and Take Notes Read the information before and while you write your pa...

Step 4: Brainstorm
 Organize your information into sections
 Make a chart
 Write down notes
 See what is importa...

Step 5: Thesis
 A thesis is the main thing that you want to prove in your paper.
 It should be one or two sentences ...

Step 6: Introduction
 Draws the reader in
 Tells them what Click here to learn they will be ...

Step 7: Body
 You should have at least one paragraph for each article researched
 Each paragraph should have at least
...

Step 8: Conclusion
 You’re almost done!
 A conclusion wraps up your paper
 You should NOT introduce anything new
...

Step 9: Works Cited
Because you are researching documents to
use in your paper, you will need to cite
them. The documents ...

Step 10: Grammar and Spelling
 1. Read your paper aloud ◦ This will help you see if the paper flows
 2. Proofread ...

Stay Consistent!
 Make sure you speak through the same tense throughout the paper ◦ Past ◦ Present ◦ Fu...

Plagiarism and Quotations
 Plagiarism can cause you to fail the class or get expelled!
 IT IS SERIOUS!
 To avoid plag...

Plagiarism and Quotations
 When citing work, not only do you need a Works Cited page, but you need to quote within yo...

Title  It’s usually easier to think of one after writing the introduction  If you’re stuck, ask a ...

Header and Footer
A Header usually includes:
 Your name
 The Teacher
 The Class
 The Date
A Footer usually includes:
...

Frustrated?
There are many books and websites made to
help you with problems you may have.
These have tips with examples t...

YOU’RE DONE!

Resources
 Purdue Owl: ◦ http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu/
 Time for Kids: ◦ http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK...
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Writing A Research Paper In 10 Easy Steps

  1. 1.
    Writing a Research
    Paper with Ease

  2. 2.

    What’s in store!
     Why learn about research papers?
     Step 1: Think
     Step 2: Find
     Step 3: Read
     Step 4: Brainstorm
     Step 5: Thesis
     Step 6: Introduction
     Step 7: Body
     Step 8: Conclusion
     Step 9: Works Cited
     Step 10: Spelling and Grammar
     Stay Consistent
     Plagiarism and Quotations
     Continuation of Plagiarism and Quotations
     Title
     Header and Footer
     Frustrated?
     You’re done!

  3. 3.

    Why would I want to know how
    to write a research paper?
    Learning to write a
    research paper
    can be helpful
    later in life
     For a future class
     College
     Career
     To learn more on
    a subject

  4. 4.

    Step 1: Think
    Asking yourself key
    questions will help you
    write a good paper and
    enjoy doing it!
     Which class is this for?
     What are the
    guidelines?
     What are you interested
    in?
     Do you think you will be
    able to find a lot of
    information?

  5. 5.

    Step 2: Find
    Finding as much information as possible is the
    key to writing a research paper…So start
    looking!
     Newspaper articles
     Journals
     Internet
     Books

  6. 6.

    Step 3: Read and Take Notes
    Read the information
    before and while you
    write your paper.
    This will keep the
    information new in
    your mind while you
    write. If you take
    notes while reading,
    you will remember
    what is important to
    the paper.

  7. 7.

    Step 4: Brainstorm
     Organize your
    information into
    sections
     Make a chart
     Write down notes
     See what is
    important and what
    can be taken out

  8. 8.

    Step 5: Thesis
     A thesis is the main thing that you
    want to prove in your paper.
     It should be one or two sentences
    long.
     It should go near the end of your
    introduction paragraph.
     It let’s the reader know what the rest
    of the paper is about.
     Without it, you do NOT have a
    research paper.

  9. 9.

    Step 6: Introduction
     Draws the reader
    in
     Tells them what
    Click here to learn
    they will be
    reading about about the parts of a
    paragraph. This is
     First sentence
    MUST be for college students
    interesting-find a but it will help you
    fact, ask a too!
    question, or use a
    quote
     Should be about
    five sentences

  10. 10.

    Step 7: Body
     You should have at least one
    paragraph for each article researched
     Each paragraph should have at least
    five sentences
     If you repeat something that the
    author said, you MUST cite it (you will
    learn more about this later)

  11. 11.

    Step 8: Conclusion
     You’re almost done!
     A conclusion wraps
    up your paper
     You should NOT
    introduce anything
    new
     Using one sentence
    about each
    paragraph, summari
    ze what you talked
    about
     Try to connect the
    last sentence with
    your very first
    sentence

  12. 12.

    Step 9: Works Cited
    Because you are researching documents to
    use in your paper, you will need to cite
    them. The documents will need to be put
    onto their own separate page and put into
    order using MLA. MLA is a way that a
    paper can be organized. This means that
    you will have this set up for books:
    Lastname, Firstname. Title of Book.
    Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of
    Publication.

  13. 13.

    Step 10: Grammar and Spelling
     1. Read your paper aloud
    ◦ This will help you see if the paper flows
     2. Proofread your paper for grammar
    mistakes
     3. Let a friend edit your paper
     4. Read it one more time
     Remember! The more times you read
    it, the better the paper will be!

  14. 14.

    Stay Consistent!
     Make sure you speak through the same
    tense throughout the paper
    ◦ Past
    ◦ Present
    ◦ Future
     If you’re doing your paper for a history
    class, ALWAYS use past tense

  15. 15.

    Plagiarism and Quotations
     Plagiarism can cause you to fail the
    class or get expelled!
     IT IS SERIOUS!
     To avoid plagiarism, cite the author’s
    work

  16. 16.

    Plagiarism and Quotations
     When citing work, not only do you
    need a Works Cited page, but you
    need to quote within your paper
     To use MLA quotations:
    ◦ “quote” (Author, page number).
     Quoting is easy and only takes
    minutes, use it to avoid getting
    expelled

  17. 17.

    Title
     It’s usually easier to
    think of one after
    writing the
    introduction
     If you’re stuck, ask a
    friend to read your
    paper
     Think of one of two
    things:
    ◦ Do you want it catchy
    or informative
    ◦ Pick only one

  18. 18.

    Header and Footer
    A Header usually includes:
     Your name
     The Teacher
     The Class
     The Date
    A Footer usually includes:
     The page number

  19. 19.

    Frustrated?
    There are many books and websites made to
    help you with problems you may have.
    These have tips with examples that may give
    a boost to your writing. Click on the picture
    for help!

  20. 20.

    YOU’RE DONE!

  21. 21.

    Resources
     Purdue Owl:
    ◦ http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu/
     Time for Kids:
    ◦ http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK/english/

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