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Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
Tomczyk   teaching students about writing a paper
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  • If you follow these simple steps, you can write a good paper.
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  • Lastly, the final copy is written. This is often done on a special paper, like on the inside of a profile for a person or the shape of the animal. It might even be typed on the computer and include a picture of what they researched. Now you have the basic steps to follow in order to write a good research paper.
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  • Then it’s time to start writing their paper. This is called a rough draft. The first attempt to put all the research facts and ideas together. Peers or a teacher can help edit for mistakes.
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  • Next, they should make lists or phrases about the one the animal or person they decide on. Starting with interesting facts from their research. Then each fact gets more details.
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  • Good Morning, my name is Deb and today we are going to talk about how to teach students the key items in writing a good research paper.
  • One of the most important things to help students write a good paper is to get them motivated about the topic. This slide gives some quotes that can help motivate them.
  • The second step to good writing is getting organized. This can be done by using a variety of graphic organizers or following simple steps of brainstorming, pre-write, rough draft, and final copy.
  • The next few slides will help us discuss the steps for the writing process.
  • When students begin to write a paper, they first need to brainstorm their ideas. For example, on a research paper on animals or famous people, they should start by making a list of the ones they are most interested in.
  • Next, they should make lists or phrases about the one the animal or person they decide on. Starting with interesting facts from their research. Then each fact gets more details.
  • Then it’s time to start writing their paper. This is called a rough draft. The first attempt to put all the research facts and ideas together. Peers or a teacher can help edit for mistakes.
  • Lastly, the final copy is written. This is often done on a special paper, like on the inside of a profile for a person or the shape of the animal. It might even be typed on the computer and include a picture of what they researched. Now you have the basic steps to follow in order to write a good research paper.
  • If you follow these simple steps, you can write a good paper.
  • Resources are photos from Flickr Creative Commons.
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    • 1. Teaching Students About Writing a Research Paper By: Debra Tomczyk Wilkes University Spring 2014 EDIM 510 – Web 2.0 Impact on Learning
    • 2. Motivating Students! Photo By: Jenn Fishman
    • 3. Getting Organized • Photo By: Shan Jeniah
    • 4. Four Steps for Writing Process • Brainstorming • Pre-Write • Rough Draft / Edit • Final Copy
    • 5. Brainstorming • Photo By: Iowa Digital Library
    • 6. Pre-Write • Photo By: Penn State
    • 7. Rough Draft • Photo By: PJR
    • 8. Final Copy • Quote By: Jean-Jaques Rosseau • Photo By: Rocket Ship
    • 9. Review • Brainstorm ideas on the topic area • Pre-write important facts and details • Rough draft to write and edit paper • Write final copy
    • 10. Resources Used from Flickr.com • https://www.flickr.com/photos/jennfishmanphd /4645141788/ • https://www.flickr.com/photos/shanjeniah/856 9700633/ • https://www.flickr.com/photos/uiowa/ • https://www.flickr.com/photos/pennstatelive/ • https://www.flickr.com/photos/pj_in_oz/39359 72530/ • https://www.flickr.com/photos/inkytwist/

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