Excerpt from APA Research Introductory Guide
APA Style Research Paper: An Introductory Writing Guide is a step-by-step, day-by-day, no-busywork writing guide for homeschool high schoolers. It helps teens learn how to choose topics, organize their research and their writing, use citations (APA style), write to a format and create a reference page.
It is time to try an APA-style research paper! This 7Sisters research paper curriculum for homeschool high schoolers, written with a conversational tone by Vicki Tillman, makes the APA paper manageable and fun.
Many homeschoolers will find that when they start college, their science and social science courses require writing in APA-style. It is a VERY different format from the fun and familiar MLA-style research paper. It can be overwhelming!
APA papers are different:
- There is no thesis statement
- Transitions are delivered by means of section titles and subtitles
- No opinions are allowed from the author until the conclusion
- And LOTS more
Good news! 7Sisters Introductory Guide to APA Research Paper Writing, a downloadable .pdf text, can help by guiding your homeschooler through a step-by-step process of learning how to handle the format and think like an APA-writer!
Practice examples are included so that your high schooler gains confidence when writing the paper.
Using this research paper curriculum for homeschool with our own students and hundreds in our local homeschool high school community over the years, we have seen success with writers of every variety.
From those who love to write, to those who cry, “I don’t know know what to write!” Vicki’s friendly, easy-to-follow steps of instruction and the manageable pieces into which she breaks the research writing process result in papers completed and students encouraged.
There is no escape from the research paper, so give your homeschooler the tools for a successful research paper experience!
For helpful blog posts on using our research paper curriculum for homeschool high schoolers:
- Homeschool Fun – APA Research Papers (I’m Not Kidding!)
- What is the Difference Between an APA and MLA Style Research Paper?
The following are pictures of the actual pages in the PDF download. If you have any further questions please contact us!
We have the following blog posts to help:
- How to Choose an APA Research Paper Topic
- High School Research Paper: Should You Choose MLA? APA? Other?
- How to Help Reluctant Writers, Interview with Kat Patrick
- Homeschool Highschool Podcast: Writing Research Papers
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