Before you start writing a scholarly paper, you have to let the reader know about what information is already available. The same is true about the final paper that you will be writing for this course. In order to do this adequately, you will need to spend some time in the Excelsior library in order to explore pertinent literature regarding your main topic or primary question.
Also, take some time to review the Five Steps to Writing a Scholarly Introduction (Links to an external site.) from Higher Ed Professor.
Spend some time to formulate a “significance opening” as described in this week’s reading. Additionally, in 1-2 pages, do the following:
- Select one of your research questions as the primary question of interest. Clearly state your primary research question as well as your two secondary research questions. Your questions should have a clear explanatory variable and a clear response variable.
- Build a case for why your research questions are important. Explain why your questions are relevant and what the implications might be if you find an association. The hypothesis should include both the formula and the narrative (written out) hypothesis. Utilize at least two peer-reviewed journal articles to support your claims.
Your document should be approximately 1-2 pages in length. Clearly separate out each step of the testing process using headings, or numbering as modeled in the example provided. If you use references, use of current APA formatting is required. Any tables and graphs must be clearly labeled.
The following resources may assist you in writing this assignment:
- Five Steps to Writing a Scholarly Introduction (Links to an external site.) from Higher Ed Professor
- Excelsior College Online Writing Lab: Citation and Documentation APA Style (Links to an external site.)
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