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Writing Research Papers Student Book

Structured to build student skills by progressively introducing more detail and more difficult concepts, this workbook provides a detailed introduction to the basics of how to write a research paper. Divided into Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced sections, individual chapters focus on the prompt, note-taking/research, sources, construction, drafting, and style. This guided approach helps to break down the many steps involved in writing research papers into a manageable, understandable progression of steps to take. Detailed lessons integrate multiple examples and writing samples, which are followed by workbook exercises that help students to apply newly-learned skills. At the end of the three levels, students write a paper, eventually integrating all concepts.

Designed for students who are already familiar with how to write essays (and thus already understand thesis sentences, paragraph structure, etc.), this guide will help students to take the next step in their writing abilities. 268 pages, softcover, spiralbound.

Middle school & high school grade level in terms of academic level and content; some mature concepts such as suicide and online harassment are addressed. This is a stand-alone resource, and can be used with or apart from IEW's Structure and Style curriculum.

Instructions on how to access downloadable Graphic Organizers and Grading Sheets & Checklists resources are provided.

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