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The Research Process. English 1 CP Mrs. Palka. Step One: Choose a Topic. Develop a thesis statement Example: Teen obesity is a growing problem in America that must be addressed. Develop at least three main points:. There are too many adolescents becoming pregnant. (How many and why?)

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the research process

The Research Process

English 1 CP

Mrs. Palka

step one choose a topic
Step One: Choose a Topic
  • Develop a thesis statement

Example: Teen obesity is a growing problem in America that must be addressed.

develop at least three main points
Develop at least three main points:
  • There are too many adolescents becoming pregnant. (How many and why?)
  • There are many negative consequences of teen pregnancy teenagers.
  • There are many ways to prevent teen pregnancy.
step two locate and evaluate sources
Step Two: Locate and Evaluate Sources
  • Remember to only use reliable sources.
  • Not all web pages are good sources!
step three take notes on topic
Step Three: Take Notes on Topic
  • Find facts, examples, and interesting information that supports your main points.

2. Write down exactly where you found the information.3. Limit yourself to one or two points per card.4. Write the subject at the top of each card or each page of notes.

step five write rough draft
Step Five: Write Rough Draft
  • 1. Write an attention grabbing introduction that ends with a clear thesis statement.
  • 2. Write body paragraphs that start with a strong topic sentence, include adequate support statements, and end with a clincher statement.
  • 3. Restate your thesis first in your conclusion, then end with good concluding thoughts. you want the reader to remember them well and understand why you wrote the paper.
step seven revise rough draft
Step Seven: Revise Rough Draft
  • Read paper out loud to self and have a peer revise it.
  • Make sure to use sophisticated transition words such as furthermore, moreover, and additionally.
  • Submit paper for final grade!