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Module 8 - 28 Module Eight: The Research Essay PLEASE NOTE: BECAUSE OF ITS COMPLEXITY AND LENGTH, THIS MODULE HAS A VALUE OF 40%. Also –– please be aware that this module requires access to a good public or university library . Module 8 Due Date : 18 November 2010 Value : 40% Objectives: 1. Learn how to create a working bibliography and an annotated bibliography, and how the two differ. 2. Develop a research proposal. 3. Create an outline for a research paper. Readings: Stewart and Allen “Research Papers” in Forms of Writing (5 th Edition) Toronto: Prentice Hall, 2009 pp. 168-189; Appendix B: Documentation pp. 334-337 READER: Joanne Buckley “Research Papers” in Buckley, Checkmate: A Writing Reference for Canadians Toronto: Thomson Nelson, 2003 pp. 325-361 Commentary: Writing a research paper bears many similarities to writing an essay. The basic structure of the two is the same, for example: Introduction with thesis, body, and conclusion. But don’t be fooled; the research paper requires more scrupulous, thorough, and extensive research than an
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