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Welcome to your Library Research Guide!

This online guide was created with Professor Sangha's research project in mind.

Review your assignment and click on the tabs in this webpage to start exploring our library resources.


    Resource Checklist

    Required Sources:

    1. One book
    2. One scholarly journal article
    3. One open-web Internet source
    4. One interview
    5. One magazine, movie, or TV show

    Step 1: Find a Topic of Interest

    Having trouble picking a controversial topic? Browse current issue pages at Opposing Viewpoints in Context!


    Step 2: Brainstorm!

    It's always a good idea to begin your research by asking yourself, "What is it that I want my paper to answer?"

    By developing a research question, you can focus your research topic and brainstorm keywords that will help you quickly find relevant evidence, support, or counter-arguments.

    Narrow down your research topic and develop a research question by asking yourself the 5Ws.

    Here's an example:

    MY TOPIC: Bilingual Education

    • WHO? Elementary school children
    • WHAT? Bilingual education
    • WHERE? Public schools in California
    • WHEN? In the last 10 years
    • WHY? Why has official bilingual education been taken out of public schools in Los Angeles?


    FOCUSED RESEARCH QUESTION: Does bilingual education in public elementary schools help or hinder the cognitive development of school-aged children?


    KEYWORDS: Bilingual education, public schools, California, elementary schools, learning, cognitive development, child development

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