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Title: Research Paper Writing

Research Paper Writing
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Start Your Paper With A Topic Selection
  • Your topic is a subject of writing whether it is
    general or specially narrowed. The topic of the
    paper must be selected before writing as your
    research paper is not a flight of fancy.
  • The title is the heading of the paper that can be
    picked up at the final stage.
  • The topic selection is an initial phase of the
    paper writing that is not so easy as it seems to
    be. If your assignment implies choosing a topic
    yourself, you have an opportunity to stand out by
    your knowledge of one or another subject, thus
    you are responsible for the success of your work.
  • Your topic must be well-familiar to you and be
    not hackneyed for each and everyone.

Start Your Paper With A Topic Selection
  • Also, take into consideration the age of the
    audience you are going to present your work to
    the interest of the audience can be raised only
    if the subject meets their preferences, and as
    you know, there is a real gap between the favor
    of the 8-year old child and a teenager.
  • The same is about the style of writing it must
    be selected exceptionally for the separate
    category of people.

Below you can see a short list of the interesting
research paper topics that can capture your
  • The Origin of the Rock Music
  • Text Messaging as a Brand New Language
  • Black Holes Formation and New Universes Myth or
    a True Story
  • Influence of the Global Warming on the Living
  • Modern Black Shirts Horrible Stories of
  • Video Games Personal Degradation or Logical

Make A Plan Of The Paper Before Writing
  • As we already discussed above, your paper is to
    pass a few stages of writing
  • Topic selection
  • Information gathering
  • Draft composition
  • Fair copy writing
  • Final check up

Make A Plan Of The Paper Before Writing
  • After the topic selection you are to come to the
    information gathering that often takes most of
    your time.
  • You can use any possible data sources books,
    academic works, internet, separate publications
    and so on.
  • If you have an opportunity to meet a person who
    is death on your subject, do it without any
    hesitations as this person can dramatically
    shorten the time you spend for the information

Makeup a Draft of Your Work
  • Why to make a draft before fair copy writing?
    Your draft is something like a drawing sketch for
    the painter. The only thing left is to extend
    your picture forming a full-value masterpiece.
  • Your outline is represented by the key
    information concluded in the words, phrases and
    shortened sentences. These key elements are
    developed in the fair copy and after that the
    work is thoroughly checked for the possible
    grammatical and stylistic mistakes.

Structure Your Paper
  • Title page
  • Content page
  • Summary
  • Introduction
  • Main body
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Appendices
  • The structure of the research paper is
    represented by the following constituent parts

  • The title page is the first page of your work
    that names the topic, writer, instructor,
    educational institution, year etc.
  • Content is a list of the following constituent
    parts and their correspondence with the definite
    page number.
  • Summary is a short retelling of the text.
  • Introduction is an acquaintance of the audience
    with your topic thesis, subject, object, methods
    of work, issues that will be discussed.

  • Main body is divided into several sections (e.g.
    theoretical and practical), that in their turn
    are comprised of the paragraphs. Each paragraph
    is a separate issue accompanied with a strong
  • Conclusion is a sum up of your paper and your own
    point of view.
  • Bibliography is a list of the informational
    sources you used during writing.
  • Appendices is an additional information in form
    of drawings, tables, photos, diagrams etc.

Tips on Writing
  • Do not use plagiarism. Be totally authentic as
    plagiarized elements are easily detected by the
    multiple computer programs.
  • Organize your time distributing it between the
    main tasks.
  • Pay attention to the morphological and
    syntactical structure of the text elements.
  • Ask somebody to check your work for possible

  • If you adhere to the prompts, mentioned in this
    video, be sure that you will definitely
    accomplish your paper without any problems.
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