Providing Results In Research Paper

Instead of providing specific results where we’re actually giving numbers and statistics or providing just a brief broad overview of the main points that we found in our results section and then finally in green we have the conclusion and it says our study illustrates the complexity of using adaptive management to retain a unique […]

Moral in Narration Essay

You don’t have to write the moral other story is or what I really learned was you know some of you are very creative writers and you are more insightful than that so I’m sure we can expect a better round off to your story than something like that but make it clear that we’ve […]

Sample Outline Alternate Block Structure

Title of Paper: Protection from an Unknown Killer Introduction: Real life example/illustration Information about HPV Information about vaccine Gardasil Thesis: Though some believe that immunization should be the decision of the parent, is too costly, is dangerous or risky, or condones promiscuity, the HPV vaccine should be mandatory for girls ages nine to thirteen in […]

Organizing The Term Paper

For this step of the Term Paper, you have to organize your notes into a body paragraph outline. This outline will serve as a “skeleton” for your final paper and will help you organize your term paper and the arguments and examples you will use throughout your term paper. All term papers will be organized […]

Hunger Games Guided Research Paper

Step One: Organization a-Figure out the points for your argument. You will need about three different points. These will form the three paragraphs of your paper. b-Find quotes to back up your points. So, if your argument is that The Hunger Games says violence is okay if it’s justified, your points may be: 1-Katniss killed […]

Research Paper Rubric with Common Core Standards

WHST 2: Write informative/explanatory texts, including the narration of historical events, scientific procedures/ experiments, or technical processes. a. Introduce a topic and organize ideas, concepts, and information to make important connections and distinctions; include formatting (e.g., headings), graphics (e.g., figures, tables), and multimedia when useful to aiding comprehension. b. Develop the topic with well-chosen, relevant, […]

Review: Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein

One of my favorite reads of the summer, Code Name Verity blends mystery, history, and friendship into a wonderful metaphorical milkshake of a book. Literature Review Maureen Johnson mentioned this on a radio show awhile back, so when I saw it in a bookstore, I decided to get it, not expecting too much from it, since I […]