Research Paper Project Planner
Use the table below to plan your writing and research for the next three weeks of class. Be very specific about what you plan to do and when you plan to do it. For example, if you plan to spend Tuesday night writing your paper’s introduction, think about how long the introduction is likely to be (in terms of words) and consider how much time (in terms of hours) it may take you to write it. It is always a good idea to block out some serious time for this kind of work on your calendar. Reminder: Don’t forget to cut and paste the contents of your Planner into Week 2, Discussion 2. Week | Day | Times/Hours | Writing and Research Activities Planned | Word Count | 3 | Tu | 2 HR | Narrow down possible topics & Research | 100 | | We | 1 HR | Contn. To narrow down topics and research | 100 | | Th | 1 HR | Decide on the topics I'm going to talk about. (2 Topics) | 150 | | Fi | 1 HR | Develope a focas | 50 | | Sa | 2 HR | Work on Introduction, | 100 | | Su | 2 HR | Continue to work on and revise introduction | 150 | | Mo | 2 HR | Due: Partial Draft | 750-900 | 4 | Tu | 4 HR | Work on body of paper | 1000 | | We | 4 HR | Work on body of paper | 1000 | | Th | 4 HR | Work on the conclusion | 150 | | Fi | 4 HR | Start a formal draft | 900 | | Sa | 4 HR | Take all ideas and form my ideas into a 1st draft | 900 | | Su | 4HR | Continue to edit where needs to be | 950 | | Mo | | Due: Draft Evaluations | |
5 | Tu | 2 HR | Revise; make sure paper is complete | 950 | | We | 2HR | Cont. to work on revisions. Make sure paper is focased, well structured, and well organized, along with...
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