Try this link.
If it doesn't work,
follow these steps.
>Go to the GPISD home page
>Middle School Resources
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to link it to your Google drive and use
'Research in Context'.
When you find articles you like,
you can add them to you Google drive. There, you can highlight and add notes
(for a grade) like this.
LOTS of Resources
Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
MLA Style Guide from Cardinal Stritch University, Wisconsin (Websites are on page 13.)
Take a look at this website.
It gives a very straightforward explanation of the research process, including
Here is my edited version of
Conclusion of a Research Paper: Excellent Pieces of Advice (custom-writing.org)
A conclusion of a research paper seems to be one of the most challenging parts of the work. The writer doesn’t have anything left to say to the reader. Moreover, the writer’s at a loss – why on earth should (s)he repeat everything?!
A research papers conclusion is not a mere repetition of the information presented; it’s a brief overview of the most critical points of the field studied.
The conclusion of a research paper
stresses the importance of the thesis statement;
gives your work a sense of completeness;
impresses your reader.
Critical Aspects of Writing a Conclusion for an Assignment
A. Summarize Thesis Statement
Don’t provide any additional explanations or details to the topic. When writing a good conclusion to an essay, you should restate in essence the thesis statement you wrote in the introduction.
Take your readers back to the basic ideas of the paper. What is the initial issue you are pursuing to convey readers?
B. Choose Your Approach
If you writing a good conclusion for a research paper, you may also take one of several approaches other than revising your introduction:
Outline main points or your assignment. Make sure that you not just listing arguments but summarizing them.
Provide a clear statement giving the research topic a deeper meaning.
Express the overall significance of cases stated in your paper.
C. Common Mistakes You Should Avoid
1. Weak conclusion. It leaves your readers unsatisfied and disappointed.
2. Abruptly concluding the research paper. Your essay should make an expression of finished writing, not just a part. So make sure that you expressed your thoughts entirely.
3. Providing any new information. A conclusion should only summarize your research. Include all your findings and arguments in body paragraphs.
4. Lack of focus or filling ending an essay with inappropriate or extraneous information.
D. What you can include in your research paper ending
Echo your introduction
Restate your thesis statement, making it more general
Summarize your major ideas
Challenge the reader by posing a question
Write a warning or hypothesis
Introduce a relevant quote
Tell an appropriate anecdote
E. Final Points
Remember: the last thing your readers will see are closing words for an essay. It is your last chance to impress them with a definite statement that connects your paper’s principal argument without raising new questions.
They say a conclusion of a research paper should be its best part. Try to prove this idea!