Building Research Knowledge: What Is a Hypothesis?
Using the types of hypotheses in chapter three, define each type and give one educational based example for each. How does a better understanding of each hypothesis help you improve the background knowledge you need to be able to adequately analyze data? See rubric to ensure the assignment is completed correctly.
The following headings must be used:
Types of Hypotheses and Educational Based Examples
Reflection of Different Types of Hypotheses and Anticipated Application of Use to Improve Data Analysis
Building Research Knowledge: What Is a Hypothesis? Using the types of hypotheses in chapter three, define each type and give one educational based example for each. How does a better understanding of
6 Full Title of Paper Student’s Name William Carey University Course Name Instructor Due Date Abstract An abstract summarizes what your paper is about. It should appear on separate page. Full Paper Title [Introduction and Thesis] This template is formatted properly according to APA Style. It contains the correct order, placement, margins, fonts, headings, etc. Use it like a form and just fill in your information in the appropriate places. [Supporting Paragraphs] Remember, you need to cite all information in your paper that originates from outside sources. To do this properly according to APA Style, you will need to include both in text citation and a Reference list. In text citation is a brief parenthetical citation that comes directly after a quote or paraphrased information. The general in text citation format is: (Author’s Lastname, Year, p. #). Here is an example that paraphrases the conclusion of a research study: Research show that 30% of teenagers prefer green grapes (Smith, 2015, p. 89). Another way to format this statement: Smith (2015) conducted a study which shows that 30% of teenagers in the United States select green grapes over any other color of grape (p. 89). Never repeat the author’s last name in a sentence and then again in the citation. In the previous example, notice the author’s last name was not included in the in text citation and that the year always follows the author’s last name. Would you prefer to use a direct quote instead? Follow this format: Smith (2015) concludes in his study, “After analyzing the preferences of 570 teenagers in the United we have determined that 29.8% selected green grapes over other varieties” (p. 89). If you are using a direct quote and the source does not have page numbers, count and list the paragraph number: (Doe, 2015, para. 16). [Conclusion] References ALastname, F. M. (Year Published). Article title. Journal Name, Volume(Issue), page(s). Retrieved from http://database.url Alvarez, R. M. & Abrajano, M. A. (2011). Hispanic public opinion and partisanship in America. Political Science Quarterly, 126(2), 255-285. Retrieved from http:// www.ebscohost.com. BLastname, F. M. (Year, Month Published). Article title. Magazine Title, volume(issue), page(s). Bryant, S. L., & Cooper, E. (2013). The one-stop carbon solution. Scientific American, 309(5), 72-77. Retrieved from: http://www.scientificamerican.com CLastname, F. M. (Year, Month Date Published). Article title. Newspaper Title, p. #s. Crocker, R. (2014, September 9). Islamic State is getting stronger, and it’s targeting America. Wall Street Journal. p. A17. DLastname, F. M. (Year, Month Date Published). Article title. Retrieved from URL Doe, J. M. (2015 May). How to cite using APA. Retrieved from http://www.learntociteAPA.com ELast, F. M. (Year Published). Book. City, State: Publisher. Erdman, P. E. (1988). The Palace. New York, NY: Bantham Books. Notes for References List: Alphabetize entries by the first word in the citation For sources accessed online, following the citation include the URL: Retrieved from http://url.com If a source has no publication date use the abbreviation n.d. in place of the date. Use n.d. for the in text citation: (Author’s Lastname, n.d., p. #) If there is no author, skip it and start with the title of the article, webpage or book. The intext citation for a source without an author is: (“Article/Book/Page Title,” Year, p. #). Abbreviate the title to 1-2 words in your intext citation.