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20 Simple Tips On Composing A Term Paper About Text Messaging


Your term paper is a large research paper that you may be asked to write as a major part of your paper. It will likely take the entire term to write this paper but if you follow these simple tips, you can complete it successfully.

  1. Brainstorm some ideas about what you may want to write about regarding text messaging. This will help you decide what you are going to write your paper on.
  2. Get some statistical information on texting to help support your paper. You will use the information to support your paper.
  3. Create an outline that lists all of the main points and organizes your information.
  4. Develop a thesis statement or a focus. This will be presented at the end of the introduction and can be your transition between the introduction and the first paragraph.
  5. Find evidence to support your reasons behind your thesis. You will want to find at least two pieces of evidence to prove each reason.
  6. Explain how the evidence proves the main statement. This should be for every piece.
  7. Add transitional phrases to link each paragraph to the next. These should show a direct relationship between the two ideas.
  8. Put all of the pieces together so that you have a rough draft of your paper.
  9. Read through the draft looking for a flow. You want your paper to flow seamlessly from one topic to the next. Just concentrate on this one factor and nothing else.
  10. Read through your paper for grammatical errors. One of the most common grammatical errors is when you use a word like “they” and there are two subjects in the sentence before.
  11. Read through the paper looking for spelling errors.
  12. Develop your introduction. It should present all of the background information that is needed to understand the topics that you discussed.
  13. Write the conclusion next. It will be where you reiterate the information that you are trying to get across to your audience and wrap it all up.
  14. Read through your paper again to see if there are any more errors.
  15. Have a friend read it through to get their feedback.
  16. Write the title to your paper by coming up with the best possible title to explain the paper.
  17. Format your paper in accordance with the format that your teacher requires.
  18. Read your paper out loud to ensure that it is ready.
  19. Create your bibliography and check all of your sources to ensure that they presented appropriately.
  20. Be proud of the work that you have done. Good luck.