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  • 1. More Tips for Writing AP Language Ms. Shimmy
  • 2. • A research paper is only as good as its sources of information. Double check your Notes/Sources I suggest printing out your notes/sources so you have them in front of you
  • 3. Your revised outline should haveorganized your notes, and yourargument.
  • 4. As you move from outline to 1stdraft, you should criticallyanalyze the information thatyou have gathered.
  • 5. Avoid includingany irrelevantinformation orinformation thatyou don’tunderstand.
  • 6. As you write, youmay want to useheadings, or colorcoding (that you’llremove beforesubmitting) in orderto organize yourideas
  • 7. Start with the first topic in youroutline and re-read all thenotes that you’ve made on thattopic.
  • 8. When you write, use thetechnique that suits you best.That could be quotes,summaries or paraphrases.
  • 9. First Pass Allow yourself a first pass that just focuses on getting information down Once this is finished, and you’ve stepped aside for a bit, you can come back and revise

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