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REPORTS, DOCUMENTED PAPER, RESEARCH PAPER. Sources. Roth, A.J., The Research Paper: Process, Form and Content, -7 th ed., Belmont CA, 1995, Wadsworth Weissberg, R., Buker, S., Writing Up Research: Experimental Research Report Writing for Students of English, New Jersey, 1990, Prentice-Hall.

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Reports documented paper research paper

REPORTS, DOCUMENTED PAPER, RESEARCH PAPER


Sources

Sources

  • Roth, A.J., The Research Paper: Process, Form and Content, -7th ed., Belmont CA, 1995, Wadsworth

  • Weissberg, R., Buker, S., Writing Up Research: Experimental Research Report Writing for Students of English, New Jersey, 1990, Prentice-Hall


Report

REPORT

  • Report: writing compiled information without making evaluation or interpretation

  • Documented report / paper :

    A report which documents its contents and acknowledges its resources.


Research paper

Research paper

  • The main difference:

    evaluate and interpret information.

    Researchers have to develop a point of view, take a stand, express some original thought.


Research papers do

Research Papers do:

  • Show originality

  • Tell the discovery of a topic, judgment, interpretation, and evaluation of the discovery

  • Acknowledge all the sources

  • Show the author is part of a scholar/ intellectual community


Research papers do not

Research Papers do not:

  • Summarize of an article or a book

  • Repeat other ideas uncritically

  • List a series of quotations

  • Give opinions without supported facts

  • Copy without acknowledging


Five steps for doing a research paper

FIVE STEPS FOR DOING A RESEARCH PAPER

  • Choosing the Subject: good subject leads to excellent paper

  • Collecting Information: SEARCH in library, internet, labs, interview, questioner. Use cards if you like.

  • Evaluating Materials: judging and weighing whether info is useful and relevant

  • Organizing Ideas: put together the materials

  • Writing the Paper: draft, document, revise, edit


Experimental research paper

Experimental Research Paper

  • Paper written to describe a research study based on experimental work

  • Published in journal, thesis, dissertation

  • Dept IF:

    • KP

    • TA


Typical sections experimental r paper

TYPICAL SECTIONS(Experimental R. Paper)

  • Abstract

  • Introduction

  • Method

  • Results

  • Discussion


Job training and final project if

JOB TRAINING and FINAL PROJECT (IF)

  • STEPS FOR JOB TRAINING ?

  • STEPS FOR FINAL PROJECT (IF) ?


Sections in final project report

SECTIONS IN FINAL PROJECT REPORT

  • Abstraksi

  • Pendahuluan

  • Dasar Teori

  • Analisis dan Perancangan

  • Implementasi dan Pengujian

  • Penutup: Kesimpulan dan Saran


Sections in job training report

SECTIONS IN JOB TRAINING REPORT?


Method

Method

Steps in conducting the study

(Different) methods may influence results


Assignment1 on kp report

Assignment1 on KP report

  • Due date Nov 30, by email.

  • Email subject: asg1 KP NIM1 NIM2 NIM3

  • How many major sections does it contain?

  • What kind of information does each major section have?

  • How does the format of this report compare with general model given above


Method1

METHOD

  • Steps in conducting the study

  • Useful for readers interested in replicating or extending


Elements in method

Elements in Method

Main:

Procedural steps

Material employed at each step

Additional:

Samples (technique and restriction)

Statistical treatment


Results

RESULTS

  • Present the findings

  • Sometimes combines with Discussion

  • Described in text or figures (graphs, tables, and diagrams)


Assignment 2 on job training report on method and result

Assignment 2 on Job Training Report (on Method and Result)

  • Not Compulsory

  • Email subject: asg1 KP NIM1 NIM2 NIM3

    A. Method

  • Did you find the procedural description clear and easy to understand?

  • Other than procedures and materials, what additional elements were included

    B. Results

  • What was the actual result of the study?

  • Findings were presented in what kind of forms?

  • Was there any Discussion?


Assignment 2 con t

Assignment 2 (con’t)

B. Results

  • What was the actual result of the study?

  • Findings were presented in what kind of forms?

  • Was there any Discussion?


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