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Teaching How to Write a Research Paper

A project paper is a very formal piece of writing and aims at presenting and discussing the results of your in-depth study. The following guidelines should be followed. The project paper must have an introduction, a main body and a conclusion. Before you start the writing process, you should make a detailed outline. Source: NDLA

Correct Use of Sources

It is important that you use the information you gather in an independent way. You should never pretend that something someone else has written was written by you. That is called plagiarism. That is why it is important that you cite and reference your sources correctly so that the reader can find the sources you have used. There are several methods for citing your sources. We have chosen the Harvard method for citations and list of sources.

Direct Quotations

Indirect Quotations

See more info on plagiarism here.

Source: Teacher vision

Grading the paper

See rubric here for instructions.

 

 

 

 

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