1. Rewatch "How To Read a Journal Article" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKxm2HF_-k0
2. Discuss new note taking method
3. Take notes over article 3
4. Answer blue questions for article 3 in logbook
HW: Complete notes for article 3 and blue questions
\1. Upload article write-up to Turnitin.com
2. Highlight portions that are flagged as unoriginal
3. View Grammar Report- write edits on your paper
4. Make a group of 4 colors to edit together as an editor you are looking for:
a) Grammar and spelling errors not corrected by turnitin.com
b) Content quality- did they address the information from the blue questions with detail so that you can understand their article without reading it? (remember- not all blue questions are required for a write- up)
c) No quotes
5. Make edits to your write-up based on originality report, grammar report, and peer edits
6. Find article 3- print for Friday
7. Email three potential mentors with the following information
a) A brief introduction of yourself as a student ex: My name is Ms. Johnson I am a teacher at North Cobb High School. I teach a research course in which my students must seek professional assistance with their research.
b) A brief overview of the mentor responsibilities- meet once a month in person for at least 30 minutes until April , provide assistance with background research and data collection
c) Your research topic
Thank them for their time.
1) Due Friday 9/23 (A), Monday 10/3 (B) Print final copy of your article write-up (bring peer edited copies to hand in as well)
2) Due Friday 9/23 (A), Monday 10/3 (B) Find and print 3rd article
3) Due Tuesday 10/4 (A), Wednesday 10/5 (B)- print the three emails you sent to potential mentors
4) Mentor information due Friday 10/14 (A) and Monday 10/17 (B)
1. Discuss article write-up requirements
2. Article Write-Up Work Session
3. New BYOD information
HW: Print TWO copies of article write-up 1
Get portfolios from cabinet
Take out NIH Training Certificate and Notes for check
1. Complete "Baboons Do What?"
2. Questions for Article 2
HW: Questions due Monday/Tuesday, have your parents give you consent to use Office365- instructions below:
9/13 (A)- Meet in Lab 3063, 9/14 (B)- meet in lab 709
National Institutes of Health Training
1) Create a login using your magnet email account
2) Take notes over each module on a separate sheet of paper
3) Complete quizzes for each module
4) If you do not pass a quiz you must go back through the module and retake the quiz
5) Print your certificate
We will have 2 class days to work on this.
Printed Certificate due 9/15-16
1. Meet in color groups to discuss research questions
2. Comparing primary and secondary articles (Baboon articles and questions)
Questions must be answered in the logbook, but do not need to be re-written
HW: Research three possible mentors that are not teachers at NCHS and are not family. Write the following information in your logbook for EACH
b) Contact information
d) How they could help you with your research
You do not need to contact these potential mentors at this time.
1. Research question writing. See Documents below
In your logbook:
Step 1: Write your topic clearly
Step 2: Identify your independent variable, dependent variable, and participants
Step 3: Identify if your study is cause and effect, a correlation, or a relationship
Step 4: Write your research question
2. Complete one column of the Checklist on page 3 on "Research Planning Worksheet" by writing the answers in your logbook.
HW: Finish writing research questions, and "Research Planning Worksheet" page 3 if incomplete in class
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