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Title: what the article is about
Authors and affiliations: the writer of the article and the professional affiliations. The credentials may appear below the name or in a footnote.
Abstract: brief summary of the article. Gives you a general understanding before you read the whole thing.
Introduction: general overview of the research topic or problem
Literature Review: what others have found on the same topic
Methods: information about how the authors conducted their research
Results: key findings of the author's research
Discussion/Conclusion: summary of the results or findings
References: Citations to publications by other authors mentioned in the article
Scientific articles follow a common structure description/overview
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This method was created to help you think about different sources and how you might put them all together for your final product.
Exhibits or Evidence Sources
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