Ideas for Research Papers and Speeches. Most of these topics are broad and need to be narrowed down to one particular aspect of the issue. Some subtopics are provided here as examples.
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Try to take notes in outline form showing major topics, subtopics, and their relationships. Include examples. Read over notes the same day. Re-write, change, and add notes where necessary. ... Determine which topics you know well, ...
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New Subheadings May Be Used to Introduce New Subtopics. ... Use a New Heading When You Change Major Topics. Within your paragraphs, ... Examples: Clark, C. (2006). Iron kingdom: The rise and downfall of Prussia, 1600-1947. Cambridge: ...
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with main topics, subtopics, and details. W.4.5.3 Demonstrate an awareness of purpose and audience with . emphasis on expository and letter writing ... This type of writing explains or organizes a topic by using examples and specific details.
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Organizer completed & shows relationships between all topics and subtopics Organizer completed & shows relationships between most topics & subtopics Organizer started ... no details and/or examples given Information has little or nothing to do with the main topic Mechanics (grammar ...
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An underdeveloped paper is one that does not give substantial information or support to the subtopics. You must explore the whole issue. Remember: You still need to follow the correct rules of writing and grammar.
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Order of topics and subtopics match, order is logical Always (4) / Sometimes (3/2) / Never (1) Content of outline is meaningful and substantive, content shows clear direction 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 . Comments ...
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Make a rough outline; most lectures usually consist of topics and subtopics. See the relationships. Review notes ASAP after class, ... Put examples or analogies or CONNECTIONS . in the margins, or a ? for further explanation.
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Provide examples of the types of sources available. ... ____ Use Roman numerals for the main topics. Subtopics are given letters and numbers in the following order: capital letters, Arabic numerals, and small letters. (Small letters subtopics are seldom used.)
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end introduction with a strong thesis statement that hints at your three main subtopics: 1. Subtopic One: the ... 3. Body of the Essay. First Supporting Paragraph . Restate Subtopic One. Supporting Details or Examples. Transition Second Supporting Paragraph. Restate ... topics that support your ...
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In case you have forgotten how to do these, I am giving you some examples. You have 50 due the first check (along with all your Works Cited cards), ... You will code your cards to your outline topics and subtopics (A1, A2, B1, etc.) in the top left of every card.
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Title: Instructions: Use the Course Content Meter to rank these topics and subtopics on a scale of 1-3: Author: mmoretti Last modified by: alex Created Date
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Narrowing Down a Large Topic - Example. Perform all research necessary to understand that one subtopic. Subtopics . M. Process for Selecting a Topic. Read all available information on the main topic.
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Pay attention to the course syllabus and be careful not to skip over topics/subtopics. ... Use examples wherever possible to illustrate definitions, facts or characteristics about a topic.
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Otherwise make sure that you mention all the sub-topics. Don’t introduce new subtopics later. Main part: Explain your main subject using sub-topics and examples. If you need to convince your audience, state your opinion as soon as possible in the main part.
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Create a thesis and subtopics as soon as possible and go over them with Chris or our tutor. ... Possible Topics. What are listed below are some possible topics that . ... specific examples. from your experience as a student to back up your position.
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Provide a list of topics, subtopics, and details that has not been organized. Assign partners, and instruct pairs of students to organize the list and record it on the outline. ... Find additional examples of such errors in students’ writing, ...
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Our librarian showed me how to use the “Browse Topics” feature. This feature allowed me to find the search terms used by Proquest and to narrow my search. I found asthma listed as a search term with 111 subtopics.
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5.Organize your body paragraphs with topic sentences that present the subtopics that you are using to support your thesis statement. ... Topics. Choose ONE of the following: ... Cite examples from the novel to support your position. Author: Peter Robertson
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Graphic organizer or outline has been completed and shows clear, logical relationships between all topics and subtopics. ... Information clearly relates to the main topic. It provides 1-2 supporting details and/or examples. Information clearly relates to the main topic.
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The five paragraph essay follows a defined format. The first paragraph introduces us to the thesis of the essay and directs us to the three main supporting subtopics.
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Instructional Examples. The student ... or outline to determine the topics and subtopics. (The instructional examples provided in this document are only examples of teaching strategies and are not intended to endorse any one specific idea or concept.
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All of the following are examples of multimedia EXCEPT: streaming video. text. MP3 music files. ... _____ is a structured outline of Web sites organized by topics and subtopics. Answer: subject directory Reference: Searching the Web: ...
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Topics, subtopics, details, etc. all need to have parallel structure, meaning they can be words, they can be phrases, ... Listed above are examples of citations for interviews via e-mail, telephone, and face-to-face conversation.
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Introduction of 3 subtopics: 3 examples supporting your chosen theme/motif (e.g. ( George and Lennie’s dream, Candy’s dream, Curley’s wife’s dream could all be sample body topics). Concluding/transitional sentence. PARAGRAPHS 2,3,4 ( Body paragraphs.
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... subtopics, characteristics being compared/contrasted, etc.) Gives the major subdivisions or scope of the topic. ... States the exact sub-topics of the subject that the thesis will address. ... Paragraphs 1 and 2 are examples of ineffective thesis paragraphs.
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Here is an Examples of Spatially Structured Informative Speeches. ... You subdivide your general topic into smaller more specific topics and present those smaller topics in order that makes the most sense. ... there is no “right” or “wrong” order to present your subtopics in ...
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The content is listed by topics and subtopics that make it clear which content must be covered to meet the requirement of the TEKS. ... Factual examples of the generalization are to be cited in the lesson.
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Make sure the TOC and spacing between topics and subtopics looks consistent. ... Here are some examples of references the first being a journal [Aiken, Ngwenyama, Broome 1999], the next couple are conference publications [Biggerstaff, ...
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Keywords: search terms, keywords, searching, web, database, topics, subtopics. Copyright: cc-by-nc-sa. SLIDE 1 NAVIGATION. SLIDE 2 INTRODUCTION. ... You'll see that generating search terms is a dynamic process, and you'll see some examples of that process.
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Although British in examples in phraseology, this is one of the most valuable research design compendiums generally. Contains a well-written chapter on "Qualitative Interviewing" ... While I wouldn't go by the ORDER in which they say to present dissertation chapter topics & subtopics ...
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... examples, logical arguments, and evidence? Is all of the ... (opening, closing, topics, subtopics) well balanced? Is the material . broken down. into logical divisions and subtopics? Do . individual paragraphs sufficiently develop. the divisions or subtopics? Does each paragraph have a ...
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It provides 2-3 supporting details and/or examples. Information clearly relates to the main topic. No details and/or examples are given. ... Analysis Sheets/Notes Analysis sheets and notes are completed and show logical relationships between all topics and subtopics.
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Themes, Topics, and Subtopics 40. Text Types 41. Vocabulary 41. Grammar 42. French 47. The Language 47. Themes, Topics, and Subtopics 47. ... Ideas are elaborated by offering additional details, and opinions are supported with examples. When dealing with unfamiliar topics, ...
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The three main subtopics are: the reason it was given. a description of it. ... Supporting Details or Examples (Transition) Second Supporting Paragraph. Restate Subtopic Two. ... Practice writing introductory paragraphs on various topics
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Concept mapping is the drawing of an elaborate diagram showing the topics, subtopics, and sub-sub topics of a particular subject. ... Examples of concept maps can be found at http://www.fed.cuhk.edu.hk/~johnson/ misconceptions/ concept_map/concept_maps.html .
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Guess at what you think the subtopics will be. While you read: Identify ... Students read looking for specifics, details, and examples that will to “stick” to the magnets. T-Chart Notes Topic 3 Sub-topics Details, specifics, examples A 1 2 3 B 1 2 3 C 1 2 3 Main Idea: Main Idea I. Topic ...
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The following are examples of each type. Outlines should be parallel – all points are structured grammatically the same – EX: ... that give the major topics to be discussed in the paper. 1. ... Subtopics come next, lettered A, B, C, etc. 3.
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Instructional Examples. The student ... provides students with lists of categories regarding different unidentified topics and subtopics. Using poster board, students determine how they can display the resources under the categories of topics and subtopics.
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Keywords: search terms, keywords, searching, web, database, topics, subtopics. Copyright: cc-by-nc-sa. SLIDE 1 NAVIGATION. SLIDE 2 INTRODUCTION. ... Examples: Historic, consider a time period: “How have gender roles changed since World War II? ...
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Graphic organizer or outline has been completed and shows clear, logical relationships between all topics and subtopics. ... It provides 1-2 supporting details and/or examples. Information clearly relates to the main topic.
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Errors/Omissions: Examples of instances during discussion in which classifiers could have been used: ... or signal topics, subtopics and transitions; for example: Q – WHAT’S Q?, INFORMATION – ALL INFORMATION SAME?, SAME PRESSURE (if yes) – WHERE?, ...
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examples. SYLLABUS HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION (2011-12) Computer Education. First Term. ... S. No. Topics & Subtopics Periods 1. Operators & Controls (Chapter 4) Arithmetic, relational, logical, Assignment, increment, decrement & Conditional operators,
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Student identifies some examples of insects and other organisms depending on dead plant and animal material for food. ... Graphic organizer or outline has been started and includes some topics and subtopics.
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Develop the topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic. Progress Indicator: E ... to analyze information and show relationships (e.g., compare/contrast, cause/effect, problem/solution) related to topics/subtopics. Core ...
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Graphic organizer or outline has been started and includes some topics and subtopics. ... It includes three supporting details/examples from today's stations for each type of person chosen. Information clearly relates to the main topic.
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Brainstorm “expert topics” and subtopics. Write information pages. Illustrate with diagrams/labels and pictures with captions. Include key words, glossary, table of contents, about the author pages, and other “specialty” pages.
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Whether you use topics, ... group your information in . descending order. from the most general facts or ideas to the most specific details and examples. (see example of outline) Convention: in making an outline, there should be 2 or more subtopics under any topic. Roman Numerals I, II, III ...
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anecdotes and illustrative examples. personal writing. ... you might start by brainstorming questions that you’d like answered or topics you want to know ... and lower-case letters to indicate main ideas and subtopics. A formal outline is often required after research has been ...
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Excellent (4) Good (3) Developing (2) Re-do (1) Organization Outline is organized in a manner that clearly indicates topics and subtopics. ... Riddled with instances of examples in columns “3” and “4” Content Information has substance that supports the problem.
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