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8th Grade Human Rights Research Paper  

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What is a Research Paper?

WHAT IS A RESEARCH PAPER?

A research paper is an in-depth account about a specific topic. It is based on facts and information collected as a result of thorough research of a topic.

A research paper requires that writers focus on a particular subject, develop a thesis, and support their postitions with convincing evidence: background information, facts, statistics, and descriptions.  

 

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Research Questions

Research Questions:
1.  What is the human rights issue?
2.  Who is the activist who has attempted to improve the situation?
3.  How did the activist attempt to improve the situation?
4.  What is the activist's organization, or how is their work being continued in the world?
5.  What can the activist's life teach us? How can we help to make a difference?
 
 

Need Help?

Need help with your paper? You can contact Mrs. Brusca or Ms. Resnick to set up a time to meet. Stop by the Library or email them anytime:

abrusca@sewanhaka.k12.ny.us or 

nresnick@sewanhaka.k12.ny.us.

 

Research Doesn't Have to be Hard!

 

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