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  • 1. Review of Related Literature
  • 2. Purpose
    • Find out how much research has been done on the same area
    • Justify the need for more studies on the topic
    • Fill in existing gaps , clarify inconsistencies, substantiate existing facts
    • Help with procedures and processes
    • Get new ideas and approaches
  • 3. Kinds of studies cited
    • Expanded background of the study
    • Relevant in purpose, methodology, findings, conclusions
      • General Information (GI)
      • Theoretical/Technical Concepts (TTC)
      • Procedures and Processes (PP)
      • Past Researches/Current Works (PR/CW)
  • 4. Organization of the RRL
    • Broken down into the main concepts associated with the problem
    • Organized from
      • classic studies to more recent studies
      • general information to more specific information
    • All sections have to end with a summary of the information and its relationship to the problem
  • 5. Bibliography is very important!
    • Use the APA format guidelines for citing and for writing the Bibliography!
    • Be consistent
  • 6. Individual Research portfolio
    • 1. Bibliography sheet - 1/2 sheet of pad paper with the following information:
      • name on the left side of the first line,
      • group code on the right side of the first line,
      • bibliographical information of the source, in APA format (start on the third line),
      • specific topic covered (based on the list given to you) on the right side of the second to the last line,
      • classification of the topic on the right side of last line (GI, TF, PP or PR)
    • 2. Photocopy of the needed page/s from the source