Prompts for Richardson et al. (2017) 1. Find and describe two examples of how Ri

Prompts for Richardson et al. (2017) 1. Find and describe two examples of how Richardson et al. (2017) wrote a good
introduction according to the criteria outlined in Chapter 3 by Thomas et al. (2015)
(110-140 words) 2. In your own words***, describe the problem statement and the purpose statement
for the Richardson et al. (2017) study. (110-140 words) Prompts for McCormick et al. (2018) 1. Find and describe two examples of how McCormick et al. (2018) wrote a good
introduction according to the criteria outlined in Chapter 3 by Thomas et al. (2015)
(110-140 words) 2. In your own words***, describe the problem statement and the purpose statement
for the McCormick et al. (2018) study. (110-140 words)
***”in your own words” means that I don’t want you to cut and paste the purpose or
problem statement from the article (no direct quotes or exact language). I want you to
practice paraphrasing, where you are identifying information you want to include from the
article but writing the information in your own words. As mentioned in one of the following
videos, paraphrased writing should sound like your voice and reflect your writing style, not
the authors you are citing from.
Visit these videos for more information on how to paraphrase:
• How to Paraphrase
• Paraphrasing: The Basic Steps
• How to Paraphrase in 5 Easy Steps
Prompts for Weiss (1994) 1. Describe two key points Weiss (1994) was trying to make in her short viewpoint
paper about poorly organized and poorly written Introductions (110-140 words)
Requirements: 110 words each question

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