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Key componentsofyourresearchplanoutline

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Key componentsofyourresearchplanoutline

  1. 1. Key Components of Your Research Plan Outline Research Question http://baltimorecitycollege.libguides.com/c.php?g=586567&p=4051 785 a.Has more than one possibleanswer (itis debatable or controversial) b.Has scholarly resources availableto answer it c.Is appropriateto your subjectarea (history,film, etc.) d.Can be answered in 4000 words Introduce and describethe signifanceand worthiness of investigation of your topic Why should anyonecare about your topic? This should not be personal. Outlinethe Plan of Investigation thatyou will useto develop your arguments These arethe subquestions that need to be addressed in order to answer your main research question & and describehow you will go about findingthe answers,by describingthe kinds of sources you’ll useto answer those questions. a.State your firstsubquestion b.Describe the type of sources you will useto answer your firstsubquestion,statingboth the type of source and a short(4-10 word) summary of the source c.State your second subquestion d.Describe the type of sources you will useto answer your second subquestion,statingboth the type of sourceand a short(4-10 word) summary of the source e.State you third subquestion f.Describe the type of sources you will useto answer your third subquestion,statingboth the type of source and a short(4-10 word) summary of the source e.Repeat as necessary Favoriteanswer to your research question Remember that your research question needs to have multiplepossibleanswers.Pick theanswer that you agree with at this time. Sections of your extended essay. Based on your subquestions,outlinethe main arguments and counter arguments of your paper. Annotated Bibliography At least4 scholarly sources.No wedsites that you found through Google. You need books & scholarly journals fromdatabases such asJSTOR. Do a short OPVL for each source (1 sentence per letter)

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