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1 Final JeopardyJeopardy Developmental Order NotecardsOutlinesCitations Research Common Assessment: Jeopardy Review Game

2 Developmental Order 10: What is used to grab a reader’s attention at the beginning of a research paper?

3 Developmental Order 10: What is used to grab a reader’s attention at the beginning of a research paper? the hook

4 Developmental Order 20: What are the three main parts of a research paper?

5 Developmental Order 20: What are the three main parts of a research paper? Introduction, body, conclusion

6 Developmental Order 30: Describe the developmental order of an individual paragraph in a research paper. (What’s in its beginning, middle, end?)

7 Developmental Order 30: Describe the developmental order of an individual paragraph in a research paper. (beginning, middle, end?) 1)topic/introduction sentence 2)Details/supporting sentences 3)Summary/conclusion sentences

8 Developmental Order 40: Where can a thesis statement be located in the introduction paragraph? In the conclusion paragraph?

9 Developmental Order 40: Where can a thesis statement be located in the introduction paragraph? =last sentence of intro. paragprah In the conclusion paragraph? =first sentence of conclusion paragraph (restated)

10 Developmental Order 50: How does the thesis statement play a factor in the developmental order of a research paper?

11 Developmental Order 50: How does the thesis statement play a factor in the developmental order of a research paper? The thesis statement introduces the subtopics and the order in which they’ll be discussed throughout the paper.

12 Notecards 10: What is the purpose of developing notecards? (Hint: 3 forms of note taking)

13 Notecards 10: What is the purpose of developing notecards? (Hint: 3 forms of note taking) Notecards are used to paraphrase, summarize, or quote ideas that will be organized into a paper.

14 Notecards 20: What are the 4 main ideas that should be included on a notecard?

15 Notecards 20: What are the 4 main ideas that should be included on a notecard? -heading -fact/detail -source # (referencing the bib. card) -page # (if available)

16 Notecards 30: What is missing on the following notecard? Reasons for Air Pollution Air pollution is caused by harmful fuels from automobiles. pg. 37

17 Notecards 30: What is missing on the following notecard? Reasons for Air Pollution Air pollution is caused by harmful fuels from automobiles. pg. 37 Source #

18 Notecards 40: Which of the following details should NOT be included on a notecard? 1)Reasons for Lung Cancer 2)James Richardson 3)Source #3 4)pg )Lung Cancer: A Fight for Life 6)smoking and secondhand smoke cause can cause lung cancer

19 Notecards 40: Which of the following details should NOT be included on a notecard? 1)Reasons for Lung Cancer 2)James Richardson 3)Source #3 4)pg )Lung Cancer: A Fight for Life 6)smoking and secondhand smoke cause can cause lung cancer

20 Notecards 50: Create a notecard using the following information: Effects of Air Pollution pg. 83 can destroy leaves of plants Source #1

21 Notecards 50: Create a notecard using the following information: Effects of Air Pollution pg. 83 can destroy leaves of plants Source #1 Effects of Air Pollution Can destroy leaves of plants pg. 83 #1

22 Outline 10: What is the function of an outline?

23 Outline 10: What is the function of an outline? An outline is used to organize ideas and map out your writing. It uses key words and phrases to quickly assemble important ideas and represent them in an organized manner before writing a rough draft.

24 Outline 20: Place the following letters and numbers in the order that they would appear in an outline. A. a. I. 1.

25 Outline 20: Place the following letters and numbers in order the order that they would appear in an outline. I. A. 1. a.

26 Outline 30: What is missing on the following outline? I.Introduction A.Hook B.______________ C.Background Information D.Thesis Statement

27 Outline 30: What is missing on the following outline? I.Introduction A.Hook B.Definition C.Background Information D.Thesis Statement

28 Outline 40: What is missing on the following outline? III. Reasons for Air Pollution A. Natural Factors 1. Volcanic eruption 2. Bacteria B. Human Factors 1. __________ 2. __________

29 Outline 40: What is missing on the following outline? III. Reasons for Air Pollution A. Natural Factors 1. Volcanic eruption 2. Bacteria B. Human Factors 1. An example of a human factor that causes air pollution 2. Another example

30 Outline 50: Outline the following body paragraph: Next, there are many harmful effects of air pollution. First, air pollution can impact humans’ health negatively. In addition, air pollution can destroy plants and wildlife. II. ___________________________ A. _____________________ B. _____________________

31 Outline 50: Outline the following body paragraph: Next, there are many harmful effects of air pollution. First, air pollution can impact human’s health negatively. In addition, air pollution can destroy plants and wildlife. II. Harmful effects of air pollution A. Human effects B. Plant and wildlife effects

32 Citations 10: What is the purpose of using parenthetical citations and a Works Cited Page in a research paper?

33 Citations 10: What is the purpose of using parenthetical citations and a Works Cited Page in a research paper? Parenthetical citations: used to properly give credit to the source of a quote. Works Cited Page: used to list all bibliographic information for sources referenced.

34 Citations 20: How are sources placed in order on the Works Cited Page?

35 Citations 20: How are sources placed in order on the Works Cited Page? alphabetical order

36 Citations 30: What are the 2 major criteria that should be included when writing a quote and using parenthetical citations (if “ideally” available)?

37 Citations 30: What are the 2 major criteria that should be included when writing a quote and using parenthetical citations (if “ideally” available)? Author & page #

38 Citations 40: What is wrong with the following quote? “People can take action at home by recycling, planting trees, and quitting smoking.” (Smith 33).

39 Citations 40: What is wrong with the following quote? “People can take action at home by recycling, planting trees, and quitting smoking.” (Smith 33). No period inside the quote!

40 Citations 50: What is wrong with the following citation on the Works Cited Page? James Spinner. Air Pollution: Destroying Our Environment. NY: Penguin Publishing Company, 2008.

41 Citations 50: What is wrong with the following citation on the Works Cited Page? James Spinner. Air Pollution: Destroying Our Environment. NY: Penguin Publishing Company, Last name should be first! Ex) Spinner, James.

42 FINAL JEOPARDY Use the following information to write a proper quote using parenthetical citations? Author: James Spinner Page #: 37 Quote: Air pollution is a severe social issue.

43 FINAL JEOPARDY Use the following information to write a proper quote using parenthetical citations? “Air pollution is a severe social issue” (Spinner 37).


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