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Title of Project (1st page in log book / unnumbered) LOGBOOK SET-UP INSTRCTIONS __________________ ALL ENTIRES IN BLUE OR BLACK INK ONLY ONLY NUMBER PAGES AS INSTRUCTED, RIGHT SIDE OF PAGE TOP WRITE ALL ENTRIES DIRECTLY IN LOGBOOK SOME TABLES & GRAPHS CAN BE PRINTED AND TAPED IN DO NOT WRITE THESE DOWN IN LOGBOOK YOUR NAME YOUR PARTNERS NAMES COURSE: PreAP BIOLOGY INSTRUCTOR S NAME
NAME, REASON ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS (Front of 2 ND page in log book / unnumbered)
TABLE OF CONTENTS (Front of 3 rd page / unnumbered) HEADINGPAGE NUMBER(S) Research Sources and Notes p. 1 - Materials and Procedures Research Plan Lab Data and Data Tables Results Discussion & Conclusion Journal in back of logbook
Source 1 Write the MLA Entry for the scholarly article on this page. Remember, keep the hanging indentation. 1
Source 1 Article Summary Write a BRIEF summary of the first scholarly article, making sure to include the main ideas of the article. Dont get caught up in trivial details. 2
Source 1 Page number (of the article you printed out, if there is one) FACT/Concrete Detail #1 Write one fact/piece of information from your article that you think is especially important. Be specific and write in sentence form. Page number FACT/Concrete Detail #2 (concrete details must be easily read on page, so do NOT crowd them and leave blank pages in between, just in case) 3
Source 1 Continue recording concrete details. You need a minimum of 6 from each article. If the article you chose is too short to get 6, then you may need to find a different article. 4
Source 2 Bibliographic Entry – MLA Format for second article p. # ?
Source 2 Article Summary: Write a short summary of the article. p. # ?
Source 2 p. ___ (page number in source 2) Concrete Detail # 1 p. ___ (page number in source 2) Concrete Detail # 2 p. # ?
Source 2 Continue recording concrete details. Remember, you need a minimum of 6 from each article. p. # ?
Source 3 Bibliographic Entry for Article in MLA format p. ?
Source 3 Article Summary p. ?
Source 3 p. __ Concrete Detail #1 p. __ Concrete Detail #2 p. ?
Source 4 Bibliographic Entry for Article in MLA format p. ?
Source 4 Article Summary p. ?
Source 4 p. __ Concrete Detail #1 p. __ Concrete Detail #2 p. ?
Journal In back of logbook – each entry can be on separate pages. This is a record of YOUR process 1.January 19, 2010 – Library Research Orientation Write your own short paragraph about what we did with Mrs. Gordon. What did she show you? What did you learn? 2.February 10, 2010- topic and partner selection, and research, describe how it went...good, bad???? 3.February 22, 2010 – Setting Up the Logbook, research notes. Write a short paragraph about setting up the logbook. 4.March 5, 2010- completion of article notes (total 25) and any additional articles or topic change
Expectations of Logbook Check #1 Your first logbook check is due on MONDAY, Feb 22, 2010. 1.Must have your logbook set up to and including 4 research sources/articles (including one journal). 2.Only page one numbered until all research notes are completed. 3.Journal entries 1, 2 and 3 completed. 4.MLA citation, article summaries and 10 (total) concrete details completed for all four articles. 5.4 printed articles
Expectations of Logbook Check #2 Your second logbook check is due on FRIDAY, MAR 5, 2010. 1.Must have your logbook set up to and including 4 research sources/articles (including one journal). Fill in left side of table of contents if not completed already 2.Number pages (top right) when all research notes are completed and include in your table of contents. 3.Journal entries 1, 2, 3 and 4 completed. 4.MLA citation, article summaries and 25 (total) concrete details completed for all four articles. 5.4 or more printed articles INCLUDING a peer reviewed scientific journal