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2. Then you have to look for proper sources from where you can extract the material that you need for the writing. The sources should be relevant as you will have to give citations for all your information that you put into your work.

3. Gather then all the notes that you have so that it is easy for you to pick out the most appropriate information from within them.

4. Then outline your paper.

5. Write your first draft that might have errors in it in the beginning.

6. Then edit the draft to make it perfect to be submitted.

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Does it tell you everything that you might want to learn about the subject? Are you sure the information is accurate enough? Is the author making any assumptions that need to be examined further? Can any two of the sections that are more interesting in the text be shown to be interrelated in any useful way? Your paper is however an attempt to write a well-organized answer to whatever the question that you have decided, using the facts for the purpose of providing, or at least to support your contention.

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iii. Title

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b) News:

i. Subject

ii. The Facts of publication

iii. Headline News

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i. Author

ii. Title

iii. Name of the periodical

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- The International Index to periodicals

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for the facts; don't just rely on the opinions as opinions vary person to person. The reader might not agree to an opinion that you have listed in fact heshe will have to agree to a fact that you present. Compare the facts that you present with the authors conclusion.

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