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Student Tool Kit for Research Papers
Student Tool Kit for Research Papers
Student Tool Kit for Research Papers
Student Tool Kit for Research Papers
Student Tool Kit for Research Papers
Student Tool Kit for Research Papers
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Student Tool Kit for Research Papers

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  • 1. For Research Papers Compiled By Melissa Winfield-Corbett
  • 2. Name:_____________Introduction Write a few sentences to introduce your topic to the reader telling what you are writing about and other basic information you want the reader to know. Body Subtopic - After reading, what mini topic should you write about? Subtopic - After reading, what mini topic should you write about? Subtopic - After reading, what mini topic should you write about? Subtopic - After reading, what mini topic should you write about? Conclusion Write one or two sentences to “pull together” or summarize your report. © TeacherFiles - S. Tokarczyk
  • 3. Copyright©HoughtonMifflinCompany.AllRightsReserved. Topic Event 1 Event 2 Event 3 Event 4 Name _______________________________________________ Date ______________________ Time-Order Chart Write the topic in the center square. Write events in the boxes and details on the branching lines.
  • 4. Copyright©HoughtonMifflinCompany.AllRightsReserved. fact/example Reason 2Goal fact/example fact/example fact/example Reason 1 fact/example fact/example fact/example Reason 3Reason 3 fact/example fact/example Name _______________________________________________ Date ______________________ Persuasion Map Write your goal in the first box. Write three reasons in the next boxes. List facts and examples in the branching boxes.
  • 5. Name: ________________________________________________ Date: ____________________________ Class: _____ Free Printables for K-12 Education www.STUDENTHANDOUTS.com Four-Square Writing Method Topic Sentence Opening Supportive Sentence Supportive Sentence Supportive Sentence Summary Sentence
  • 6. Copyright©HoughtonMifflinCompany.AllRightsReserved. Topic Name _______________________________________________ Date ______________________ Describing Wheel Add describing words about your topic between the spokes.

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