If the word sounds research for me. I feel more curious and interesting than others. I feel like feed me more. So far from my research definition, even if you made a deep research over a certain period of time. You might not get full satisfaction. Our curious brain search feel hungry.
Sometimes or quite before I write/started searching about personalities or information. I won’t settle with what I had seen. I look bit forward. I just keep on making bookmark on the particular information.
Here in the University of Michigan-Flint. I got, how to select a research a topic?
I should say those eight are very informative. It will give a fair amount of knowledge. Additionally, it also says narrow and broader practical exercises to extend your learning.
If you jump into a bit deeper on every point by point. That will be spectacular.
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Selecting a Topic
The ability to develop a good research topic is an important skill. An instructor may assign you a specific topic, but most often instructors require you to select your own topic of interest. When deciding on a topic, there are a few things that you will need to do:
Step 1: Brainstorm for ideas
Step 2: Read General Background Information
Step 3: Focus on Your Topic
Step 4: Make a List of Useful Keywords
Step 5: Be Flexible.
Step 6: Define Your Topic as a Focused Research Question
Step 7: Research and Read More About Your Topic
Step 8: Formulate a Thesis Statement
Practical Exercises to Extend Your Learning
Identify three narrower aspects of the following broad topics. In other words, what are three areas you could investigate that fit into these very broad topics?
Identify a broader topic that would cover the following narrow topics. In other words, how could you expand these topics to find more information?
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