1. Title Page
Often times referred to as the cover page, this section is where you indicate the title of your research, your name, institutional information
Name as it appears on the class roster (-2)
Class and Section Number (-5)
Title of your paper/Proper nomenclature for scientific terminology (-10)
Introduce to your reader the “problem” by providing a brief background of your research. Include the basic reasons how and why you came-up with the problem, and the probable solutions that you can offer. In general, the introduction summarizes the purpose of the research paper.
Does your paper explain the how and why of the subject? (-10)
How is the disease or illness transmitted? (-2)
What regions of the world is it most prevalent? (-2)
What are the statistics regarding transmission? (-5)
How resistant is the organism? (-5)
What treatments are available? (-2)
Provide a graph of infections in the last 10 years (-2)
3. Literature Review
This section is where you will be providing all the relevant readings from previous works. Provide brief summaries or descriptions of the works of other authors. Make sure that your research materials are from credible sources such as academic books and peer-reviewed journals. Also, make sure that your reading materials are directly relevant to the topic of your research paper. The literature review typically includes the names of the authors, the titles of their works and the year of the publication of these works.
List all websites, journals, and books used for your paper (-25)
This section is where you will be providing the methods that you will be using in your research. Typical methodologies include laboratory experiments, statistical or mathematical calculations/computations, and comparison of existing literature.
How did scientist discover and treat? Was it successful? (-10)
Spelling of words, provide meaning of words that are unusual. (-20)
5. Data Analysis
This section is where you will be analyzing the data that you have obtained from the methodological operation that you have chosen. Depending on the type of your research paper, data analysis instruments and operations may vary. Common data analysis.
Provide charts or graphs to show origin and numbers of out breaks (-10)
This section is where you will be presenting the actual results of the analysis that you have made based on your chosen methodology.
This is where you will be discussing more of the results of your research, its implications on other fields as well as the possible improvements that can be made in order to further develop the concerns of your research.
What are the latest advancements? Is the disease on the decline? What is being done to eliminate the disease?
Provide the conclusion to your research paper. While it is important to restate your general thesis in this section, it is also important to include a brief restatement of the other parts of the research paper such as the methodology, data analysis and results.
9. Reference Page
This section is where you list down all the academic materials you have used as sources of information in your research paper. Typical reference formats/styles include but are not limited to APA 5th, Harvard, MLA and Chicago/Turabian.
EACH REFERENCE MUST BE PRESENTED IN THE CORRECT FORMAT