Aging Changes in Hormone Levels Discussion 3
Locate 10 recent articles, book chapters, and/or Web sites on the topic, and create a reference list using APA format.
Sources must have been published in the last five years.
Examples of appropriate sources are scholarly professional journals, as explained athttp://www.umuc.edu/library/guides/identify.shtml .
Library databases recommended for this assignment include CINHAHL (Nursing and Allied Health Literature) and AgeLine.
No more than two websites may be used, and they must be evaluated for trustworthiness athttp://www.umuc.edu/library/guides/web.shtml#Evaluate .
Feel free to ask a librarian at UMUC for research help at http://www.umuc.edu/library/help/ask.shtml
Part Two (Begin on separate paper):
Write an annotated bibliography. Each citation in your reference list should be followed by a brief (usually about 150 word) descriptive and evaluative paragraph explaining how this source will help to develop your paper. For more information on creating an annotated bibliography, visit: http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28.htm .
Part Three (Begin on separate paper):
Formulate a thesis statement and an outline for your paper. For information on creating a thesis statement, seehttp://umuc.edu/ewc/students/multimedia.shtml .
Create a paper outline using the following format:
Research Paper Title
Introduction: Grab attention, relate importance to health and aging, and present a focused thesis statement. For more information, see: http://www.umuc.edu/ewc/students/intro.shtml.
Body: Main points and articles your will use to support your point.
Main point 1 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)
Main point 2 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)
Main point 3 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)
III. Conclusion: Wrap up your paper with a brief summary of your main points. For more information, see:http://www.umuc.edu/ewc/students/conclude.shtml .
Part Four (Seperate paper):
Write a 6-8 page draft of your paper, including the following:
Title page: Provide the title of the paper, your name, and the course and section
Introduction: Grab attention, relate importance to health and aging, and present a focused thesis statement
Body: Identify and develop each main point in an organized, clear manner, using in-text citations. Discuss possible solutions to the issue.
Conclusion: Wrap up your paper with a brief summary of your main points.
Reference list: Incorporate revisions from Part/Step 1