You've completed your research. Take a moment now to summarize and
print to keep perspective as you write.
This printed summary can now provide you with a reference to keep you on
track in your writing process: pre-writing, rough draft and revisions.
Another strategy is to develop the three ideas or themes with a
five-paragraph essay as a start toward
developing your writing assignment.
Text of the exercise:
Briefly summarize your topic or research question, and
audience you will write for.
How has the topic narrowed or expanded?
Identify your main source of information
What is the most important concept or idea or argument you
What the second most important concept or idea or argument you
What the third most important concept or idea or argument you
What are three key vocabulary words you identified?
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