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The Research Writing Process

This presentation will overview the major steps in a strong research writing process.
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Crystal Sands

on 8 March 2013

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Transcript of The Research Writing Process

After you have spent some time
reading your topic and developing your ideas, it is a good idea to establish a plan for your research essay. Establishing a working thesis or focus can help you stay on track as you continue the research and writing process. Developing Thesis or Focus In addition to annotating while you read, you should establish a system to keep track of your research notes. Some teachers may require note cards, and new applications can provide virtual note cards. Reading and Note-taking Your outline will provide you with a strong organizational plan for your research. The type of outline you use will depend upon your class and professor requirements. Outlining Evaluating and Tracking Sources As you research, you should keep in mind issues of credibility, relevance, and timeliness for your sources. Drafting and Integrating As you draft your essay and work to integrate your research, it is important to remember that your first draft is not your final draft. Narrowing and Developing Next, you will begin to narrow your topic and develop ideas related to your topic. Writing down your ideas can help you with this stage of the process. Documenting Considering Your Assignment:
The Analysis In this first step, you will evaluate and consider the purpose of your assignment, your assignment expectations, your audience, and begin to think about the voice you will use as you write. As a "final" step, you will want to check your documentation carefully. All research, whether it is summarized, paraphrased, or quoted, should be documented according to an appropriate style guide. In academic writing, you will most often encounter APA, MLA, and Chicago styles. Developing a Research Strategy When you embark on a research project, it is important to make a plan. You should develop a research strategy that fits within your assignment expectations and considers your source requirements. Revising and Editing Once you draft, you should engage in a thorough revision process, which involves “re-seeing” your writing. It is during this stage that good writers often realize they need to go back and re-think earlier steps. Once you feel confident in your content, you are ready to begin editing. A strong research writing process has several important steps, and these steps are recursive, meaning the steps are not linear. In other words, you may have to go back, even though you have "finished" a step.
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