how to write a paper
- Choose a topic
- Find information
- Identify the issues related to your topic
- Locate books, articles, and reports that give you background information and more
- Create and state your thesis
- Organize your thoughts and notes
- Make an outline
- Find more information; this time find content that supports your points
- Write your introduction
- Write the body of the paper
- Write the conclusion of the paper
- Set your rough draft aside for a while
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