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Unit 3: Quest for Perfection Research Project by Mind Map: Unit 3: Quest for Perfection Research Project
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Unit 3: Quest for Perfection Research Project

Use this template to create a mind map for every exam you are planning to take. Make sure to create it at the beginning of the semester. This will provide a great overview of the assessment load and help you keep track of your study progress during the semester. This mind map can also be seen as an index map for the entire lecture/course. From here, you can link to all your other maps (including notes from lectures, books and homework assigments), add links to sources and note down any information that might help you pass the exam.

3. Post To Website

1. Copy and paste your stance and evidence

2. Click link to website

3. Reply to post and paste in your stance

1. Google Docs

  Note down all the sources that will be covered in the exam. Upload or link to any audio or video files from the lecture and include the slides from the lecturer's presentation. Note down authors and titles of the entire primary and secondary literature you will be expected to have read; link to online articles. Include short descriptions i.e. tables of contents for each source so you can quickly check where to find a certain topic. Create a new mind map for every source (right click on the source, then choose "create as new map" to link back and forth between the maps) and capture your notes in it. You should make the notes while reading the text or as soon as you've finished a chapter. Add links to other mind maps you might have created (e.g. for your lecture notes). Create a studying schedule and add deadlines to the sources using the task management tool.  

1. Open Google Docs

2. Open Research Folder

3. Choose Research Article

2. Research Article

Note down all the topics that will be covered in the exam and everything you need to know in order to pass. Start with the main topics, then add subtopics and other details.Use icons or color codes to mark topics of special importance.

1. This will be your research topic

2. Read, annotate, answer questions

3. Make your stance and use textual evidence

4. Watch Video

1. Click on the video link in the article

2. Respond to questions about video

5. Website Project

1. Use these directions