Presentation on theme: "Research Paper- Organize Notes"— Presentation transcript:
1Research Paper- Organize Notes English IV:Research Paper- Organize Notes
2Good morning! Do-now:1) Have out your research info- annotated bibs., books, notes. 2) At the top of the butcher paper, write your research question. 3) When you finish, begin reading through the research paper information you have received.
3Announcements/Reminders Bring Tattoos books!ESSAYS- GET THEM TO ME! PLEASE! If you have not turned in your essay yet, you will be going to lunchtime learning.If you are making revisions to your essay to make up standards, HIGHLIGHT any revisions you make. I will not accept your essay unless it is highlighted.Next journals due Wednesday, Mar. 26th*CHANGED DUE DATE: Outside reading/reflection due Wednesday, April 16th
4Tip of the day:Correct or incorrect? She would of gone to prom, but she didn’t have a date.INCORRECT: Would HAVE, not would of.TIP #17: Every day = “each day”Everyday = an adjective, descriptive.Those are the shoes I wear every day.These are my everyday shoes.Every day, I take a nap.
7RESEARCH PAPER INFO:WOO HOO! RESEARCH PAPER TIME! The next 4 weeks will be devoted to your papers.GENERAL INFO/BASIC REQUIREMENTS:What the research paper is NOT: a summary of all of your sources.What the research paper IS: an ARGUMENT and ANALYSIS of sources.7-15 pagesMLA formatting5-7 sourcesMinimum: 2 printMinimum: 1 journal4.0- uses at least 1 primary source.Works cited page.
8ORGANIZE NOTES:We will use the “format” section of your research paper description to help guide the organization of your notes.Step 1: Determine what you may need to define and clarify in your research paper. Write these on your butcher paper.Step 2: Determine what your audience should know for background information in order to understand the rest of the conflict. Write these on your butcher paper.What is the issue?Why is it an issue?What are the two sides to the issue?
9Continuing to organize… Step 3: Determine what you would recommend (*Don’t worry—this can change—just put down your ideas for now) Step 4: Brainstorm the reasons why you would recommend these actions. Step 5: For each reason, brainstorm ideas that a critic might say against your reason. What are the counterclaims? Step 6: You should have been checking in with a partner at each step, but this is a really important time to get it double checked by your partner to make sure you are in a solid place to move on and have completed each step so far.
10INFORMATION GATHERING STEPS: Step 7: Go back to the “introduction.” Look through your notes to determine if you have any information that would help you to define or clarify the words you chose earlier.If you DO have information, write down the source title on a sticky note and make a note to yourself about what that source includes.If you DO NOT have information that you can use, put a BLANK sticky note there to remind you that you need to find information on this source.Step 8: Now look at the “background” section. Look through your notes to determine if you have any information that would provide good information here.Add in sticky notes like you did for Step 7.
11INFO GATHERING:Step 9: Look at the “recommendations” section. Look through your notes to determine if you have any information that would provide good information here. Step 10: Look at the “counterclaims” section. Look through your notes to determine if you have any information that would provide good information here.
12HW:Work on finding sources to fill in any “gaps” in your research. Now that you have a better idea of how to categorize your information, you know what you still need to find info on.
13Exit:Write one thing that you accomplished today. Write one thing that you still need work on or what your confusions are.
14Then determine if each sentence needs a comma and where to put it Then determine if each sentence needs a comma and where to put it. If no comma is needed, write “correct”REMINDER: Introductory clauses need a comma after them. If you have a dependent clause followed by an independent clause, it needs a comma.Every day Ms. Stitt drinks coffee.Every day, Ms. Stitt drinks coffee.Though she doesn’t need it she likes to drink it.Though she doesn’t need it, she likes to drink it.Once in awhile she’ll have tea instead.Once in awhile, she’ll have tea instead.