For your Research Paper, you will use your articles to build arguments and conclusions about your research study findings.
1. Title Page
2. Abstract: a summary of your project and its findings, which should tell the whole story of your study, including:
3. Introduction and Literature Review: a review of the literature that you used to build your research study hypothesis. Your Introduction should:
4. Methods: provides detailed information about your research study design. Your Methods section should include:
5. Results: report the findings of your research study, written in the past tense, without bias or interpretation. Your Results section should:
6. Discussion: interpret and describe the significance of your findings in light of what is already known about the research area you're investigating. Your Findings and Discussion should include:
7. Bibliography: a list of the sources you cited (not your annotated bibliography)