Strong research papers usually begin with strong research questions. The following video will help you understand why research questions are helpful in guiding you through your research process and what a good research question looks like.
1. Watch the video below
2. Develop your own research question and submit it for feedback.
3. Turn your research question into a thesis statement. A thesis statement identifies the main ideas and arguments of a paper. Since the answer(s) to your research question will likely be the central idea of your paper, you can usually create a thesis statement by answering your research question.
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