Gadgets are part of our modern everyday life. I would define a gadget as anything mechanical that makes our lives easier. In addition to our lives becoming easier, gadgets allow us to do things quicker. In our lifetime, there have been so many contraptions that have “spoiled” all of us. Our children have advantages over earlier generations because of the access to computers and other video games and aids to help us learn at a quicker pace. All of this seems amazing and fantastic. But, as with most things in our life, there are two sides to everything. What has all of this convenience cost us? What effect has all of these video games and televisions had on our children and their ability to learn. Are these devices that everyone is so proud of partially responsible for the increase in obesity?
With the above snip-its, you should be able to begin to develop a topic for your research paper and formulate your thesis.
Now is the time to spend hours and hours researching your topic? Try to think of your topic from different points of view. Study your thesis from different angles. Several times at this juncture in my composition, I switch my paper. I may stumble into something that I find very interesting and kick my original topic to the curb. Guess what? You can do that!
Begin to formulate your outline. At first, organize all of your notes into your milestones or your chapters. Identify all of your chapters in your outline. Once that is complete, drill down and begin to add in all of the meat of your paper. Make sure you map out all of your highlights so you can create your road map and help the reader come to the same conclusion that you did. v Write Your Rough Draft
Because you have done such a thorough job so far, your paper should practically be able to write it! Write and re-write until you are satisfied then write your final draft. v