Finally, an easy-to-use resource that guides students along the entire process of writing a great research paper! Video Aided Instruction's brand new "Writing a Great Research Paper" DVD series helps middle school, high school, and college students master essential research techniques, develop crucial study habits, dramatically improve their writing, and learn the value of true scholarship. The 10 DVDs in this developmental series are also perfect for educators who wish to further their professional development or enhance their classroom lessons. With these unique programs, viewers will discover the secrets of: using search engines; avoiding plagiarism; locating obscure information; taking effective notes; synthesizing their research and their writing; and much, much more! Now students can transcend those disorganized jumbles of rehashed quotes and unfocused writing: they can learn to form a thesis, develop logical arguments, analyze and cite sources, and actually write a great research paper! Best of all, every tip, trick, and technique presented applies to research papers for all academic liberal arts subjects: English, history, political science, psychology, sociology, science, technology, the arts, business, economics, philosophy, education, and more! This exciting program teaches students how best to incorporate their research into their research paper. Students will learn how to effectively integrate their research sources with their own thoughts and conclusions; that is, the subtle art of quoting, citing, and paraphrasing. An expert writer provides invaluable advice for students that will help them decide which device to use in which context. And they'll learn how to accurately and appropriately reference every resource they use. One DVD/1 Hr. 15 Mins. Item #VAI-1981. Volume 8 of Video Aided Instruction's 10-Volume Writing a Great Research Paper Series.
About the Actor
Karl Weber, M.A., is a professional writer, editor, and teacher. He is the author of two popular series of test prep guidebooks, and has worked on books with such noted personalities as former President Jimmy Carter, Ambassador Richard Butler, and U.S. Representative Dick Gephardt.