Process

1 Select a general topic  that interests you in some way.
2 List key words  to help you look up information about the topic.
3 Go to an encyclopedia, or other reference source, to get an overview  of the topic.
4 Make source cards  for whatever sources you will use for information.
5 Using the general overview, begin to focus the topic  into something you can cover well.
6 Write a statement of purpose  about the focused topic.
7 Brainstorm questions  about the focused topic.
8 Group questions  under similar headings.
9 Add any new questions you can think of under those headings.
10 Repeat step 2, listing more key words from your newly focused topic and questions.
11 Make a list of possible sources  that can answer your questions. Identify the best sources to use.
12 Find the sources  in the library, on the computer, etc. make a source card  for each one you use.
13 Begin making notecards.  Use your brain stormed questions to guide your note taking.
14 Change your statement of purpose into a draft thesis statement .
15 Make an outline  of your headings. If you are ready to print your outline.
16 Refocus your thesis statement  if necessary.
17 Write the body of your paper  from your notes.
18 Cite any necessary information with parenthetical citations .
19 Write your introduction  and conclusion .
20 Write your Works Cited  (it is similar to a bibliography).
21 Create a title page .
22 Evaluate  your work.
23 Turn in your paper on time.

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