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Chapter Menu  Writing Workshop  Writing an I-Search Paper  C  hances are that the last time you were asked to write a rese...
Chapter Menu  same   to find information. The difference is that the topic for an I-Search comes from a personal need to k...
Chapter Menu     What is my topic  My topic is asthma.    Why am I interested in this topic  I have asthma, but I want to ...
Chapter Menu  Identify Your Purpose, Audience, and Tone Why Write  The purpose of your I-Search paper is to demonstrate to...
Chapter Menu  Date  Research Results and Findings  Thoughts on my progress  10 18  I found a Web site about asthma and dow...
Chapter Menu  general or from history books that included material about the general, he would be using secondary sources....
Chapter Menu  Schools and colleges  print and nonprint sources in libraries, experts on various subjects  Video stores  do...
Chapter Menu  Guidelines for Recording Source Information 1. Book with One Author. Write author   s last name, then first ...
Chapter Menu  Source Number  1  Book with more than one author  d Debra Fulghum Bruce. Smolley, Laurence A. an mprehensive...
Chapter Menu  Take Notes from Your Sources The Researcher   s Best Friend Unless you are one of those fortunate people who...
Chapter Menu  Source number  1 Allergens d by allergens, the most Asthma can be triggere d llen from plants  mold an commo...
Chapter Menu  Write Your Thesis Statement The Bottom Line Your thesis is the main idea of your report. It is the answer to...
Chapter Menu  2. The results of my search I can manage my asthma so that I can lead a full, active life if I Follow my doc...
Chapter Menu  Guidelines for Giving Credit Within the Paper Place the source citation in parentheses at the end of the sen...
Chapter Menu  MINILESSON  CRITICAL THINKING  Evaluating Web Sources One of the most important sources you can consult in r...
Chapter Menu  Writing I-Search Paper Directions and Explanations  Framework  The Search Story      Hook readers immediatel...
Chapter Menu  A Writer   s Model The I-Search paper below, which is a final draft, closely follows the framework on the pr...
Chapter Menu   continued   Description of narrowing the research topic  First major finding  Direct quotation Summary  Sec...
Chapter Menu  push air out of your lungs. When you blow into it, you can find out if your lungs are working at their capac...
Chapter Menu   continued   Olympian Amy Van Dyken  Answer to the research question  Significance of the research experienc...
Chapter Menu  T I P Before you finalize your parenthetical citations or Works Cited list, be sure to review Document Your ...
Chapter Menu  A Student   s Model The following excerpted I-Search paper was written by Amy E. Hofmann, a student at Conra...
Chapter Menu  but that did not help me with what I wanted to know  Where can I find my dream Hornet  From the Sportwagon H...
Chapter Menu   continued       1966 SW Hornet    . On the following Monday I checked the paper again. The advertisement wa...
Chapter Menu  Revising Evaluate and Revise Your Draft Touch-Up or Major Overhaul  Did you know that many famous writers re...
Chapter Menu  Here is how one writer used the content-and-organization guidelines to revise some sentences from the I-Sear...
Chapter Menu  Eliminating    There is There are    Sentence Beginnings Starting sentences with phrases like there is makes...
Chapter Menu  Publishing Proofread Your Paper Reference Note For more information and practice on punctuating titles, see ...
Chapter Menu  Publish Your Paper Share Your Experience Here are some ways you might share your I-Search paper with a large...
Chapter Menu  Using Graphics Effectively When you read a print document or a Web page, you usually see a combination of wo...
Chapter Menu  Conn  ections to  Research for Fiction Writing Although you might not have thought about it, research plays ...