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Research Paper. Science Fair Project 2014. First Page. Smith, 1 Jane Smith Michelle Hilling Core 1 10/18/13 How does temperature effect planets? (First Paragraph) Introduction (Second Paragraph) History of similar experiments or inventions.

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research paper

Research Paper

Science Fair Project 2014

first page
First Page

Smith, 1

Jane Smith

Michelle Hilling

Core 1

10/18/13

How does temperature effect planets?

(First Paragraph) Introduction

(Second Paragraph) History of similar

experiments or inventions.

(Third Paragraph) Definitions of all important

words and concepts that describe all parts of your

experiments.

  • 12 Font, Arial or Times, Double Spaced, left justified
  • Student’s first and Last name
  • Teacher Name
  • Class
  • Date
  • Question
  • Introduction
  • History of similar experiments or inventions.
  • Definitions of all important words and concepts that describes all part of your experiments.
second page
Second Page

Smith, 1

(Fourth Paragraph) Answer to all your

background research plan questions.

(Fifth Paragraph) Mathematical

formulas if any that will need to be describe

the results of your experiment

(Sixth Paragraph and last) Conclusion..

  • Last name and page number

In the top right of page

  • Answer to all your background

research plan questions.

  • Mathematical formulas if any

that will need to be describe the results

of your experiment.

  • Conclusion
bibliography
Bibliography
  • 12 Font, Aria or, Times, Single Space Resources, Double Spaced, between Resources., left justified
  • Cite resources in MLS format
  • Last page to the research paper is the Bibliography
  • Must have four resources cited correctly and in alphabetic order.
writing the research paper
Writing the Research Paper
  • As you read the information in your bibliography, you'll want to take notes. Some teachers recommend taking notes on note cards. Each card contains the source at the top, with key points listed or quoted underneath. Others prefer typing notes directly into a word processor. No matter how you take notes, be sure to keep track of the sources for all your key facts.
how to organize your research paper
How to Organize Your Research Paper
  • The best way to speed your writing is to do a little planning. Before starting to write, think about the best order to discuss the major sections of your report. Generally, you will want to begin with your science fair project question so that the reader will know the purpose of your paper. What should come next? Ask yourself what information the reader needs to learn first in order to understand the rest of the paper. A typical organization might look like this:
  • The history of similar experiments or inventions
  • Definitions of all important words and concepts that describe your experiment
  • Answers to all your background research plan questions
  • Mathematical formulas, if any, that you will need to describe the results of your experiment
citing resources
Citing Resources
  • For a science fair project, a reference citation (also known as author-date citation) is an accepted way to reference information you copy. Citation referencing is easy. Simply put the author's last name, the year of publication, and page number (if needed) in parentheses after the information you copy. Place the reference citation at the end of the sentence but before the final period.