Focus on relevant information and/or theories. 0601.4.3
Links verified on 6/6/2014
- Basic Essay format - very helpful organizational chart with example and explanations of parts; basic essay format will help you to write and organize an essay
- Basic Essay Organization Practice Test - fifteen multiple-choice questions, each question is on a new page although there is an option to show all questions on one page
- Determining Relevancy - help students understand the practice and value of evaluating information for relevancy to their research question
- Find Relevant Information - Once you've begun exploring your topic and developed some search strategies and statements that will allow you to look for information effectively, think about these questions as you decide what kinds of information you need.
- Highlighting Relevant Information - teach students how to find and highlight the relevant information that answers their research question
- Identifying relevant information - One of the hallmarks of scholarly study is demonstrated in your ability to identify relevant information from the sources available.
- Planning an Essay with a Scratch Outline - Supporting Details; possible example questions for each topic sentence
- Providing Relevant Information - Once you have identified your intended audience, the next step is to make sure that the details you provide are the most relevant and important one
- Scaling Back to Essentials: Scaffolding Summarization With Fishbone Mapping -complete fishbone maps that highlight the main ideas and relevant details from a cause-effect text; lesson plan [This expired page is from the Internet Archive known as the Wayback Machine.]
- Supporting Your Thesis - excellent article on supporting details with outline example
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