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Module iv advanced research

  1. 1. Dr. Marita Garcia Sanchez Professor II CVCITC, Santiago City Philippines
  2. 2. 1. Name the specific key terms from your research title 2. Define your major terms or concepts in the key terms of your research title 3. Relate the literature review matrix that you made including those that needs to be elaborated 4. Explain the matching of your related literature matrix in constructing your introduction 5. Demonstrate the writing of paragraphs in your introduction 6. Solve an issue of mismatch in relating your literature review matrix
  3. 3. Key word- a word that serves as key to a code or cipher, a significant or descriptive word, used as a reference point for finding other words or information. Usually, these are found in the title(s) of topic(s), book(s), study (ies) Example: Online Mentoring: Its Implication to Successful Behavioral Change Key words: Online, Mentoring, Behavior, Change
  4. 4. 1. Identify the class to which the subject belongs:  Online Mentoring is a technique and a method .... 2. Cite its essential characteristics:  ... which helps a mentor in assisting a mentee or client to understand himself in a complex situation 3. Isolate the single most important characteristic or‘motif’:  ... either to perform a task or improve behavior or both’... 4. Trace the word’s roots:  ... preseanted by Harri Virroleinen and conformed by other authors in the social sciences and educational setting 5. Find synonyms or terms that are close in meaning:  ... Mentoring has influenced many other counselors and social scientists like ....... 6. Provide a specific illustration of how it is used:  ... Mentoring has influenced educators, and sociologists of education, language and religion, and also analysts of gender and cultural studies, etc. 
  5. 5.     It provides authorities that confirms the reliability and validity of claims Ready access to the Bibliography or complete sources of your write up Additional information to the discussion In academic work students are often expected to give definitions of key words and phrases in order to demonstrate to their tutors that they understand these terms clearly
  6. 6.     Academic writers define terms so that their readers understand exactly what is meant when certain key terms are used. When important words are not clearly understood misinterpretation may result. Many disagreements in academic, legal, diplomatic, personal arise as a result of different interpretations of the same term. In academic writing, teachers and their students often have to explore these differing interpretations before moving on to study a topic.
  7. 7. - It is generally half a page in length (3 paragraphs) - usually begin with supporting statements, and end with a description of hypothesis. - offers a theoretical context to a paper, allowing readers to understand the reasoning behind your work. - sets the tone for the paper, catch the reader's interest, and communicate the hypothesis or thesis statement.
  8. 8.  Begin the opening paragraph with a few sentences containing supporting information about your topic. Give the reader an idea of what issue you will be discussing, such as, "Just a few years ago, the term "virtual reference" had little meaning to many librarians." ◦ Immediately opening with your main argument can be too abrupt For a scientific research paper, you can begin with a discussion of the significance of your study, and then lead into the rationale behind your experimental model and how it met your objectives.
  9. 9. you can begin with a discussion of the significance of your study, and then lead into the rationale behind your experimental model and how it met your objectives
  10. 10.  It is best suited by the "funnel" or "inverted pyramid" technique. To use this approach, start with some general background information on your subject, becoming more narrow and specific in focus as you work toward a description of your hypothesis.
  11. 11. Place the thesis statement or hypothesis in the final sentence of your introduction's first paragraph  Example    Throughout the 20th century, views of life on other planets has drastically changed. You may need to write multiple sentences to explain your thesis.
  12. 12.   Continue your introduction by acquainting your audience with the major points of your paper, and your objectives and results in a scientific paper, in the order they will appear. This lets the reader know what to expect.
  13. 13.    Consider other "starters" for your introduction if your initial approach doesn't fit well with your topic. Example Throughout the 20th century, views of life on other planets has drastically changed. It was once thought to be an impossibility, as all we had seen of space showed us a barren landscape unfit for anything we would recognize as life.
  14. 14.   Evaluate your writing. Read your introduction, and then read your conclusion. Make sure there is a fluid transition between them
  15. 15.    Never use personal pronouns in your introduction, such as "I," "me," "we," "us," "my," "mine," or "our." Don't make pronouncements, such as "I am going to explain why global warming is destroying animal habitats." This is a hallmark of an inexperienced writer. Don't overwhelm the reader with an overabundance of information. Keep the introduction as concise as possible by saving specific details for the body of your paper. Avoid emotional or sensational introductions; these can create distrust in the reader.
  16. 16.  Solve an issue of mismatch in relating your literature review matrix to your Introduction
  17. 17. 1.Identify the specific sources of literature and studies 2. Enumerate the steps of literature review in the search of problems for research. 3. Illustrate how to write a related study/literature 4. Evaluate the literature review matrix you sent in e mails 5. Recognize the value of a literature review matrix 6. Gather and make your literature review matrix as basis of key words in your approved title 7. Send your soft copy output in this e mail as your assignment
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