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Introduction to the CRLS Research Guide- CRLS Research Guide
Some high school teachers will require research projects and assume that you .... Created by Holly Samuels, Librarian: Cambridge Rindge and Latin School ...
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Thesis Statements- CRLS Research Guide
If, after looking at your notes, you do not think you have enough examples or evidence to support your thesis statement (you should have at least three ...
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Making Source Cards- CRLS Research Guide
Code each source its own number, starting with the number 1. You will later link your notes to these code numbers. Sample Source Cards: ...
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Making Source Cards- CRLS Research Guide
Code each source its own number, starting with the number 1. You will later link your notes to these code numbers. Sample Source Cards: ...
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New Outline Maker Input -- CRLS Research Guide
Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Outline Maker. Fill in the textboxes below and click this ... Do you want to make another point about this Subtopic? ...
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Making a Title Page- CRLS Research Guide
Making a Title Page. Tip Sheet 20. Ask these questions:. Why is this so important? The title page is the first thing teachers see and it makes a big ...
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Listing Key Words- CRLS Research Guide
Listing Key Words. Tip Sheet 2. Ask these questions: What is it? It is making a list of the words that will help you find the information you need about ...
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Making Note Cards- CRLS Research Guide
Making Note Cards. Tip Sheet 12. Ask these questions: Why do it? ... Include the source's number on the card (see Tip Sheet 4: Making Source Cards) ...
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New Outline Maker Input -- CRLS Research Guide
Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Outline Maker. Fill in the textboxes below and click this button. If this page does not work for you, try... clicking here ...
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Basic Steps to Creating a Research Project- CRLS Research Guide
Basic Steps to the Research Process. ... CRLS Research Guide Cambridge Rindge And Latin Research Guide. Basic Steps in the Research Process ...
 
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