Developing & Planning Research Papers Flashcards

Developing & Planning Research Papers Flashcards
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Research Paper: Revising
You do this when you change your draft by adjusting entire sentences or deciding to use new ideas.
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Five-Paragraph Essay: Conclusion Paragraph
You should use this paragraph to reinforce the strength of your essay's argument. In this paragraph, show how the statements in the body of your paper supported your thesis.
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Five-Paragraph Essay: Body Paragraphs
These paragraphs should provide support for any assertions made in the essay's thesis. They should also address any possible arguments against the thesis or other supporting statements in the essay.
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Five-Paragraph Essay: Introductory Paragraph
This paragraph should contain your thesis statement. The thesis statement is incredibly important and includes the essay's argument as well as a look at your main points.
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Five-Paragraph Essay
A format for writing essays that is widely used. It includes an introductory paragraph followed by three body paragraphs. These are then capped off with a conclusion paragraph.
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Working with these flashcards can help you get familiar with the uses of the five-paragraph essay as well as its useful structure. The purpose of the introductory, body and conclusion paragraphs will be addressed. You'll find cards that deal with the importance of an essay's thesis statement and the way a 'should ... because' structure can be used to write these statements in an essay. You can also access cards that review research papers and the role of a bibliography. In addition, these cards focus on the difference between revising and editing a research paper.

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Five-Paragraph Essay
A format for writing essays that is widely used. It includes an introductory paragraph followed by three body paragraphs. These are then capped off with a conclusion paragraph.
Five-Paragraph Essay: Introductory Paragraph
This paragraph should contain your thesis statement. The thesis statement is incredibly important and includes the essay's argument as well as a look at your main points.
Five-Paragraph Essay: Body Paragraphs
These paragraphs should provide support for any assertions made in the essay's thesis. They should also address any possible arguments against the thesis or other supporting statements in the essay.
Five-Paragraph Essay: Conclusion Paragraph
You should use this paragraph to reinforce the strength of your essay's argument. In this paragraph, show how the statements in the body of your paper supported your thesis.
Research Paper: Revising
You do this when you change your draft by adjusting entire sentences or deciding to use new ideas.
Research Paper: Editing
In order to complete this process, you would go through your paper and check your spelling and grammar, along with other mechanical mistakes.
Research Paper: Bibliography
This is a list of the sources you used. To construct this, you need to record all of the source's information, including it's title, author, publisher and the date it was created.
Research Paper
A paper focused on finding the answer to one question that is a part of a larger topic. Creating this kind of paper requires you to perform research and utilize critical thinking skills.
Thesis Statement
A sentence used to inform readers about your essay's main point. It should show your position on a given subject and briefly outline why you hold this position using information that is solid.
Thesis Statement: Should … Because Structure
A structure that allows students to firmly state a position and then forces them to explain why they support that position. Some instructors like this structure due to this.

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