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Tutor profile: Sally B.

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Sally B.
Elementary teacher, 15 years; special education facilitator, three years
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

How do I begin a research paper and what does the process entail?

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Sally B.
Answer:

After you have chosen your topic, find articles pertaining to your topic. Take notes as you read each article or source. As you read to research your topic, organize your thoughts on the research using an outline form. Your research will lead your writing. Make sure you include an introduction and conclusion. Watch transitions between thoughts and paragraphs. Choose your words carefully; make each word meaningful and clear to the reader. After your rough draft is complete, ask a colleague or classmate to edit your paper before writing the final copy.

Subject: Study Skills

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When studying for a major exam, what is one important strategy one can utilize?

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Sally B.
Answer:

Create an outline of study material; begin with broad points as Roman numerals. Organize study material with details below each Roman numeral (broad points).

Subject: English

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Question:

What function does a semi-colon serve in a sentence?

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Sally B.
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A semi-colon is used to separate separate but similar thoughts and often can be used in place of a comma.

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