You will be writing an analytic research paper in a staged process. An analytic research paper is the result of an involved process of research, which includes reviewing the literature on a particular topic, critical thinking, evaluating sources, and organization as well as composition. It will be a time-consuming process. The research paper is a high stakes (formal) assignment that is worth 20% of your final grade. The overall goals of the research paper assignment are to learn the process of writing a scientific research paper, evaluating and responding to current research, and writing using academic language specific to our discipline as well as experience learning independently.
Required sources: You must cite from at least 8 peer-review journal articles. Your sources demonstrate the depth and breadth of your academic knowledge of the topic as it relates to language, literacy, and early childhood education. They also demonstrate your ability to select relevant scholarly research to support an argument.
(1) A Cover Page: The cover page should have your name and title.
(2) The Paper: The paper should have the following elements.
Introduction: The first paragraph of your paper should simply identify (not define) the topic you are going to discuss. In this paragraph, you should state that the topic is important (not explain why) to educators. In a few sentences, you should say in very general terms: why the topic is important for teachers to know about. The introduction should be no more than one paragraph in length and the last sentence should be your thesis statement. The thesis statement is not your research question but the answer to your research question. Most importantly, the introduction should be short and to the point.
Body: The body of the paper should contain several paragraphs. In general, the paper should do several things: it should contain empirical evidence and analyses that support the argument you presented in your thesis statement; it should explain clearly why the topic is important to teachers, and give examples of how it pertains to the classroom and/or education in general. It should analyze the issue not simply describe or report it. The body of your paper must contain several citations.
The first few paragraphs after the introduction should begin with definitions of the important technical terminology and theories of language and/or literacy that the reader will need in order to understand your paper. Remember that your audience should be your classmates, who have approximately the same level of knowledge you had prior to reading the research. Additional definitions should be given throughout the paper as necessary.
The remaining paragraphs should contain arguments, examples, and empirical evidence supporting the argument in your thesis statement.
Each paragraph should be organized by topic, not source.
Conclusion: In the conclusion, you should reflect on how your research into this topic has influenced (changed or reinforced) your ideas about teaching or the subject matter. The conclusion should be at least one paragraph, but no more than two paragraphs. It should contain the topic and thesis statement, a brief summary of your arguments, a reflection of your learning, and state again that the issue is important (not explain why – you already did this in the body). [The conclusion should not give new explanations or analyses of the issue. All citations made in the conclusion must have already been cited in the body of the paper.]
(3) A Reference Page: This should be on a page of its own, but not a separate document. This reference page should be titled References not Works Cited. Below the title, you should have all sources listed that you have cited in the text. Your sources should be listed alphabetically by the first author’s last name.
This is for a class called Language and Literacy in early childhood education years.
I attach some files on a few of the chapters that we read if you could cite quotes to make the essay stronger along with the peer review articles that I have attached along as well.
I am also attaching my annotated Bib with my resources and the research question of what my essay is about.
Topic: Dramatic play
Research Question: How does dramatic play enhance language and literacy?
The book is called: (this is for chapters I added)
Literacy development in the early years: Helping children learn to read and write
Author: Leslie Mandel Morrow
Publication Date: 2020
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