Test Wk 4

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  1. A proper APA style research paper will include&
a title page, abstract, main paper, and reference page.
a title page, abstract, main paper, and bibliography page.
a title page, overview, main paper, and reference page.
a title page, overview, main paper, and bibliography page.
  1. A good thesis. . .
presents facts.
skews the paper in contrary directions.
commits you to a line of argument.
is indirect.
  1. Which statement is true about personal communication according to the APA style?
Personal communications are cited within the paper and on the reference page.
Personal communications are cited within the paper but are not put on the reference page.
Personal communications are not cited in the paper or on the reference page.
Personal communications do not count as a reference that needs to be cited anywhere.
  1. Which is NOT important when evaluating sources of evidence?
The format of the sources
The point of view in sources
The date of the evidence
Your editorial judgement
  1. When a quote is more than _________ words long, it should be block formatted.
25
30
35
40
  1. Useful resources can be located in all of the following except:
Full-text databases.
Stacks.
Computer equipment.
Carrells.
  1. An abstract should observe all of the following conventions except. . .
summarize the paper’s most important points.
cite references.
explain briefly the central issues or problem of the paper.
remain objective in its point of view.
  1. As you read and analyze material, you can take notes using these three methods:
Note cards, computer, and copy machine.
Skimming, formatting, relaying.
Observing, responding, intercepting.
Books, magazines, Web sites.
  1. The thesis statement is useful for all of the following reasons except:
It establishes a boundary around the subject that discourages aimless wandering.
It charts an orderly course for the paper.
It gives the reader an idea of what to expect, which makes the paper easier to read.
It includes a series of two or threee sentences in the first paragraph of the paper.
  1. What are the three main types of outlines?
Title, subject, and practice.
Subject, paragraph, and essay.
Chronological, abstract, and concrete.
Topic, sentence, and paragraph.
  1. The single most important step in the research process is. . .
finding sources.
selecting a topic.
writing a research paper.
browsing the library.
  1. An example of a credible secondary source to be used for research is. . .
original writing by an author.
commentary by a third party about an experiment.
novels.
personal notes.
  1. Which of the following is a good principle for revising?
Top to bottom.
Smallest to biggest elements.
Biggest to smallest elements.
Bottom to top.
  1. An APA title page does NOT include&
a page number.
the name of school.
the due date.
a running header.
  1. Which statement is false?
Research comes from the middle French word “rechercher” meaning “to seek out.”
The research paper is a mini-classroom intended for your benefit.
The thesis-based research paper allows the writer to argue a proposition or point of view.
The research paper requires a minimum of 15 drafts to be well-composed.
  1. There are three logical operators in Boolean logic that assist a researcher to define his or her search. Which of the following is not one of the them?
but
and
or
not
  1. You should avoid all of the following topics except. . .
Topics that are controversial.
Topics on a single source.
Topics that are trivial.
Topics that are contemporary.
  1. Research papers are written for all of the following reasons except:
They force the writer to learn a great deal about a chosen topic.
They allow the writer to build skills at adding extraneous material in the most inconspicuous manner possible.
They teach the writer the conventions of scholarly writing, including the accepted styles of documentation and ethics of research.
They allow the writer a chance to become familiar with the library through the learning-by-doing method.
  1. The primary purpose of research writing is to&
take a stand.
inform the reader.
document evidence.
seek out information.
  1. Which below is the correct APA citation for a quote?
Birmingham (p. 12) found “that most students do not understand the memory process.”
Birmingham (2008) found “that most students do not understand the memory process.”
Birmingham (2008) found “that most student do not understand the memory process” (p. 12).
Birmingham (p. 12) found “that most student do not understand the memory process” (2008).

 

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  1. A proper APA style research paper will include&
a title page, abstract, main paper, and reference page.
a title page, abstract, main paper, and bibliography page.
a title page, overview, main paper, and reference page.
a title page, overview, main paper, and bibliography page.
  1. A good thesis. . .
presents facts.
skews the paper in contrary directions.
commits you to a line of argument.
is indirect.
  1. Which statement is true about personal communication according to the APA style?
Personal communications are cited within the paper and on the reference page.
Personal communications are cited within the paper but are not put on the reference page.
Personal communications are not cited in the paper or on the reference page.
Personal communications do not count as a reference that needs to be cited anywhere.
  1. Which is NOT important when evaluating sources of evidence?
The format of the sources
The point of view in sources
The date of the evidence
Your editorial judgement
  1. When a quote is more than _________ words long, it should be block formatted.
25
30
35
40
  1. Useful resources can be located in all of the following except:
Full-text databases.
Stacks.
Computer equipment.
Carrells.
  1. An abstract should observe all of the following conventions except. . .
summarize the paper’s most important points.
cite references.
explain briefly the central issues or problem of the paper.
remain objective in its point of view.
  1. As you read and analyze material, you can take notes using these three methods:
Note cards, computer, and copy machine.
Skimming, formatting, relaying.
Observing, responding, intercepting.
Books, magazines, Web sites.
  1. The thesis statement is useful for all of the following reasons except:
It establishes a boundary around the subject that discourages aimless wandering.
It charts an orderly course for the paper.
It gives the reader an idea of what to expect, which makes the paper easier to read.
It includes a series of two or threee sentences in the first paragraph of the paper.
  1. What are the three main types of outlines?
Title, subject, and practice.
Subject, paragraph, and essay.
Chronological, abstract, and concrete.
Topic, sentence, and paragraph.
  1. The single most important step in the research process is. . .
finding sources.
selecting a topic.
writing a research paper.
browsing the library.
  1. An example of a credible secondary source to be used for research is. . .
original writing by an author.
commentary by a third party about an experiment.
novels.
personal notes.
  1. Which of the following is a good principle for revising?
Top to bottom.
Smallest to biggest elements.
Biggest to smallest elements.
Bottom to top.
  1. An APA title page does NOT include&
a page number.
the name of school.
the due date.
a running header.
  1. Which statement is false?
Research comes from the middle French word “rechercher” meaning “to seek out.”
The research paper is a mini-classroom intended for your benefit.
The thesis-based research paper allows the writer to argue a proposition or point of view.
The research paper requires a minimum of 15 drafts to be well-composed.
  1. There are three logical operators in Boolean logic that assist a researcher to define his or her search. Which of the following is not one of the them?
but
and
or
not
  1. You should avoid all of the following topics except. . .
Topics that are controversial.
Topics on a single source.
Topics that are trivial.
Topics that are contemporary.
  1. Research papers are written for all of the following reasons except:
They force the writer to learn a great deal about a chosen topic.
They allow the writer to build skills at adding extraneous material in the most inconspicuous manner possible.
They teach the writer the conventions of scholarly writing, including the accepted styles of documentation and ethics of research.
They allow the writer a chance to become familiar with the library through the learning-by-doing method.
  1. The primary purpose of research writing is to&
take a stand.
inform the reader.
document evidence.
seek out information.
  1. Which below is the correct APA citation for a quote?
Birmingham (p. 12) found “that most students do not understand the memory process.”
Birmingham (2008) found “that most students do not understand the memory process.”
Birmingham (2008) found “that most student do not understand the memory process” (p. 12).
Birmingham (p. 12) found “that most student do not understand the memory process” (2008).

 

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