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How to Make Your Research Paper? (Burch Olympiad)

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Transcript of How to Make Your Research Paper? (Burch Olympiad)

1. COVER PAGE
HOW TO MAKE YOUR RESEARCH PAPER?
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2. TABLE OF CONTENTS
3. ABSTRACT
4. INTRODUCTION
6. MATERIALS &METHODS
7. RESULTS
9. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
10. REFERENCES
TIME FOR YOUR DISPLAY
or add depth!
HOW INTRODUCTION LOOKS LIKE
ELEMENTS OF YOUR RESEARCH PAPER
You should describe all details of your procedures
that you used to collect data, and make observations
( list and specifications of materials).

You can also include detailed photographs or drawings.
Even though technically your project is to be your
work alone, it is OK to have some help.
The acknowledgment is not a list of names, but a short paragraph stating the names of the people and institutions and how they helped you.
This page includes title of the project and name of the researchers and supervisor.
1.COVER PAGE
2.TABLE OF CONTENT
3. ABSTRACT
4.INTRODUCTION
5. MATERIALS
& METHODS
6. RESULTS
7. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION
8.REFERENCES
8. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The second page of your report is the table of contents. It should contain a list of everything in the report that follows the contents page.
The abstract is a brief overview of the project. It should not be more than 1 page and should include the project title, a statement of the purpose, a hypothesis,
a brief description of the procedure, and the results.

Also, it is a good idea to have copies available for judges at your display.
You should describe all details of your procedures
that you used to collect data, and make observations.
Procedures should include a list of the materials used
and the amount of each and the procedural steps
are in order. Your written methods should be detailed
enough so that someone would be able to repeat the
experiment from the information in you paper.
The introduction is a statement of your purpose,
along with background information that led you to
make this study. It should contain a brief statement
of your hypothesis based on your research.
8. DISCUSSION & CONCLUSION
DISCUSSION

In this section you will discuss what your data shows;
it is not the conclusion. You should compare your
results with published data, commonly held beliefs,
and/or expected results. Your discussion should
include possible errors. Also, discuss what you would
do differently to improve this project in the future and
what other experiments should be conducted?

CONCLUSION
The conclusion summarizes, in about one page or
less, what you discovered based on your experimental
results. The conclusion states the hypothesis and
indicates whether the data supports it. The conclusion
can also include a brief description of plans for
exploring ideas for future experiments. Also, it contains
practical applications of the project.
A bibliography is a listing of the resources and references used during the research of your project. It should include information about the magazines and
books you used. That information is organized so that
interested readers could seek out and find the books
and articles you refer to.
THESE ARE THE ELEMENTS OF A SUCCESSFUL RESEARCH PAPER.
GOOD LUCK !
Your science fair display represents all the work that you have
done. It should be made in such a way that it attracts and
holds the interest of the viewer. It has to be thorough, but not
too crowded, so keep it simple
TIP NUMBER 1
1.Your title and other headings should be neat and large
enough to be read at a distance of about 3 feet (1 m). The title
should catch the interest of the
observer
TIP NUMBER 2
2.May take pictures of important phases of the project to use
in your display.
TIP NUMBER 3
3.Be organized and make sure that your display follows a
sequence.
Be sure to follow display size limitations and safety rules
HINTS FOR PROJECT DISPLAY
It should include all measurements and observations that you took during each experiment and analysis of collected data.


Graphs, tables, and charts created
from your data should be labeled.
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