CPT Assignment – HFA 4U FOOD SCIENCE

TOPIC: is vegan protein powder as effective in developing muscle strength as whey protein powder?

HYPOTHESIS/THESIS STATEMENT: A is defined as a prediction or educated guess about a cause of a phenomenon under investigation or the relationship of factors connected to some sort of phenomenon you are investigating. This means you DO NOT have to be certain about that your hypothesis is correct. It is a statement that you hope to prove true either through secondary or primary resource or in this case both. Hypothesis statement usually appears near the end of the introductory paragraph of a paper. – Vegan protein powder is as affective in developing muscle strength due to its safer and cleaner ingredients ….

RESEARCH/REVIEW OF LITERATURE : You will be using various resources; Journals, scholarly journals(ie Journal of Medicine, Journal of Nutrition, Journal of Happiness etc.), Books, Internet etc. to collect your sources. Once you have read and taken notes on all sources, you will choose the TOP 5 to write your research paper on. NOTES: For each source, write notes in your own words. You should hand in your research notes before moving on to the outline. Follow the structure from the sheet provided that is provided. You will be handing in ALL 8 research notes, and indicate which are the top 5. CONCLUSION : This is the final part of the paper. It is where you should restate your aims. Your conclusion should indicate the general results of your study. Summarize how you have achieved you aims and include recommendations for further study. You may also mention those aspects of the topic included in your aims which you were not able to investigate all the information you have prepared and you write

PART 2: REVIEW OF LITERATURE DUE: SEE ATTACHED FOR TEMPLATE:

The outline of the paper will help you structure your ideas. You will use your research notes to fill out the template provided. You must include:
Full Thesis Directional Statement Introduction sentences for each body paragraph 5 points gathered from your research 8 sources, but show me your top 5 A clear explanation that connects each point to your thesis/argument An outline of your concluding thoughts
PART 4:: FINAL PAPER DUE: *** THIS WILL BE WEIGHED MORE THAN THE OTHER PHASES***

This is the final aspect of the paper. It is where all your information you have prepared and you write it in the form of a formal research paper. The final copy should be in A.P.A. format, including in text citations, a title page, an abstract and a reference page. See check list Hypothesis What is a hypothesis? A hypothesis is defined as, a prediction or educated guess about the cause of a phenomenon under investigation or the relationship of factors connected to some sort of phenomenon you are investigating. This means that you do not have to be certain that your hypothesis is correct. It is a statement that you hope to prove true through either secondary or primary research or in this case both. Bias Rule Every source is biased in some way. Documents tell us only what the creator of the document thought happened, or perhaps only what the creator wants us to think happened. As a result, historians follow these bias rule guidelines when they review evidence from the past: Every piece of evidence and every source must be read or viewed skeptically and critically. No piece of evidence should be taken at face value. The creator’s point of view must be considered. Each piece of evidence and source must be cross-checked and compared with related sources and pieces of evidence. There are many resources out there for you to choose from. Your job is to decide which sources best suit your needs and if they are valuable, objective sources In your research you should include General resources (encyclopedias, text books) More specific informational sources (magazines, newspapers) Journals and scholarly choices (books or scholarly journals) Relevant websites (be careful around self- help or parent help websites ) While the Internet has become many students primary source of research it is not the only way, nor is it necessarily the best way to do research. You can’t always trust information on the internet because anyone can post to it and there is no quality control. If you do use the internet for your research be sure to critically analyze you source to see if it is valuable. When looking for sites the ones that tend to be the most valuable are sites that end with .org or .edu. Keep this in mind when doing your research.
*In the end, this work will form the Literature Review portion of your report
Task 4: Communicating the Research (Optional Draft Due ) Optional Rough Draft for Conferencing This part is the final aspect of the paper. It is where you take all of the information you have prepared and you write it in the form of a formal research paper. See the sample guide for format. See the outline for step by step descriptions of each of the parts. Final Copy of your Research Paper ( ) Submit a formal copy in A.P.A. format, including in text citations, a title page, an abstract, and a reference page.

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